Thursday, 27 June 2013

Master in Logic and Philosophy of Science at the LMU Munich

Master in Logic and Philosophy of Science at the LMU Munich:

The Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich is now accepting applications for the MA program in Logic and Philosophy of Science. The official language of the program is English. Masters students are trained in all areas of philosophy, but the distinctive feature of the program is that many students also investigate philosophical issues at the foundations of mathematics, computer science, statistics, and the empirical sciences (including physics, linguistics, neuroscience, and more).

LMU has a long-standing tradition in logic and philosophy of science. Recently, this tradition has been cemented by the foundation of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). The MCMP is led by the internationally-renowned philosophers Hannes Leitgeb and Stephan Hartmann. Overall, the Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Study of Religion at LMU is one of the largest in the German-speaking world.

More Information is available here:

- Fees and financial support: There are no tuition fees, but each student must pay a one-time 111 Euro for admission. Some students will receive a tax-free, monthly stipend of 1000 Euro for one year; scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic record. The possibility of extension for another year is subject to positive review after the first year. If you are interested in applying for an entry grant please say so in your cover letter.

- Application: We will accept applications until July 15th, 2013, but we strongly encourage early applications. Applications will be considered as they are received. Please submit your application electronically to with "Application MA in Logic and Philosophy of Science" as the subject.

Your application package should include:
(1) A cover letter explaining why you would like to join the program. If you wish to apply for an entry grant, please say so in the letter.
(2) A CV (including the list of courses that you have taken as an undergraduate).
(3) A copy of your undergraduate final grade certificate or transcript.
(4) A seminar paper or published article that you have written, the subject of which can vary.
(5) Two letters of reference, which should also address your abilities in and knowledge of the areas that are covered by our MA program. These letters can also be sent directly by the referees to 
(6) Proof of English language proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent), in case your first language is not English and you do not have a degree from an English-speaking university.
If necessary, applicants may also be interviewed. If you have questions about the application process, please contact the program coordinators at
Second, please simultaneously apply to the International Affairs Office at LMU, which will check for general requirements that concern masters studies at LMU. At, you can download all application documents for Master degrees. There you will also find information about which documents to submit to the International Affairs Office, how to submit them, and whom you can contact about this other part of the application process in case of questions.


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