Program list & descriptions//Germanic and Slavic Studieshttp://www.uvic.ca/humanities/germanicslavic/graduate/index.phpDepartment of Germanic and Slavic Studieshttp://www.uvic.ca/humanities/germanicslavic/graduate/index.phpFaculty of Graduate Studies/graduatestudiesYes/graduatestudies/admissions/admissions/index.phpApply for admissionMastersOn-campus2Not applicableNoneA graduate program in German has existed since 1991-1992. It covers the whole range of German literature from the Middle Ages to the present years, and its focus has sharpened on literary and culture studies of the last two centuries./ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Prerequisite Minimum standing BA B+/A- average in final year; German major Applicants must also meet the general admission requirements for the Faculty of Graduate Studies. APPLICATION DEADLINES Entry point Domestic students International students September February 15 February 15 EXAMS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS Statement of intent For details, please consult the Germanic and Slavic Studies website
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