Classical indology researches on the texts in old and middle-indo languages (Vedic, Sanskrit, Pali, Prakrit) and in some singular cases with the older levels of languages of more modern indian languages. Poems, cites and prose of old indian priest texts, the veda, are written in the vedic language, connected to the old iranian languages.
The course of studies "Cultural and Religious History of South Asia (Classical Indology)" can be studied within a B.A. programme of 50 % and 25 %, and it has a consecutive M.A. programme of 75 % and 25 %. Furthermore a doctoral graduation can be studied as well.
Additionally, Cultural and Religious History of South Asia (Classical Indology) is one of the focus modules within the "South Asian Studies", and it has a B.A. programme and a consecutive M.A. programme.
Those, who are admitted in the outgoing Magister programme, please note that the last chance of final examinations is in winterterm 2016/17 (registration latest in Januar 2016).