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Once you have gained a bachelor's degree from a university or Federal Institute of Technology, you can extend and broaden your knowledge by taking a master's degree.
Consecutive master's degree programmes combine practical orientation with scientific research. For students taking Fine Arts in the specialisations Art Teaching, Music and Music Pedagogy, the master's degree is the standard qualification.
Place further limits on the number of degree programmes shown during a search.
There follows a list of programmes which can be filtered and browsed.
The relevant search field is marked "filtersearch"; the feature can also be accessed by pressing the "s" key.
The filters are divided into tabs, each of which can contain more than one filter or can permit selection by date. The tab headers can be navigated using the "Tab" key and opened using the "Space" key. The "Esc" key can be used to close the tab again. If the tab permits date selection, the "Tab" key can be used to navigate between the input fields. If the tab contains filters, these can be selected using the "Enter" key. The arrow keys can be used to navigate between the filters.
Some filters can also be opened using the "Space" key in order to access sub-filters. The "Space" key can then be used to close the filter again.
After selecting the filters, the focus shifts to a list of selected filters. The "Enter" key can be used to deselect them again.
The "Tab" key can then be used to navigate the programmes.
Programmes can be opened using the "Enter" key in order to access more information.