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Studying and research as a Master's student

16 January 2013

At the Open Day on Location at the University of Groningen you can take a look at all 49 Bachelor's degree programmes to see what they are like. After three years of studying, with a Bachelor's degree you can continue your academic career on one of the University's 116 Master's degree programmes. This means hitting the books again. It also means doing more independent research. What does this mean in practice?

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