Respected Sir/ Ma'am,
my name is Krishna, I'm from India. I'm planning to join the Master's in Indology programme for the upcoming summer batch of 2022. I also wish to pursue a master's in Manuscript Cultures as my second degree to learn simultaneously with the above mentioned programme. I went through the programme details provided in the website and I have a few doubts regarding the course.
1) In the details provided about the course I came across the bachelor's level degree requirements, mostly the programme demands students who have completed their bachelor's in country/region specific history etc. I did my Bachelor's and Master's in English previously. Is that degree enough to get admission specifically for this course?
2) This course; Manuscript cultures, starts only during the Winter semester, as mentioned I'd like to take a dual degree and since Indology starts during the summer, do I get to mention about the second degree during the current registration itself? Or addition of this degree and it's registration a completely separate process? How do I proceed in either cases?
3) Regarding the fees structure, since I'm planning to do the dual degree programme is there any difference in the fees structure for both the courses? Or should I pay the full amount of both respective courses? Are there any schemes or scholarships for the dual degree programmes particularly?
Kindly give me a response.