The study program runs over 4 semesters, amounting to 120 ECTS.
The study program is composed of the following modules:
1) "General Anthropology" module (24 credits)
2) two master's colloquia (6 credits)
3) "CREOLE" module (30 credits), with the following focus areas:
- New identities
- Material culture and consumption
- Visual culture/popular culture
4) Erasmus Module (15 credits) (comprises intensive program IP and teaching exchange course)
5) data collection with research report (9 credits)
6) research colloquium/research seminar (6 credits)
7) Master's thesis and defence (30 credits)
At the Intensive Program (IP) at the end of semester 2 all CREOLE students and faculty meet for 10 days of lectures and discussions. Student's Master theses are jointly supervised by two lecturers of the two different departments of the consortium.
Stundents receive a Master diploma with a diploma supplement issued by all seven European universities.