The program extends over three (3) semesters, of which
- the first two semesters the students attend courses, workshops, seminars and any other educational and research activities of the MEd
- the third semester is dedicated to the preparation of the master thesis.
To obtain the MEd degree it is required: a) the attendance and successful examination in ten (10) courses (first and second semester) and b) the preparation of master thesis (third semester). During the first two semesters the attendance and the successful test on the courses and all other educational and research activities of the MEd Program is compulsory. For each six-month course, the attendance of 10 training and learning modules, is needed. Each of them corresponds to three (3) hours of lecture, laboratory, seminars, participation in field research etc. To obtain the MEd degree a total of ninety (90) credits (ECTS) is required. Credits are allocated as follows: 30 ECTS for the courses of the first semester, 30 ECTS for the courses of the second semester and 30 ECTS for graduate research thesis.