The programme consists of six components: writing a personal development plan, a leadership session (more information about this will follow soon), following masterclasses, personal development workshops, leadership labs and finishing a master work. The programme offers a broad selection of modules from which students are expected to compose their personal Honours master programme, in line with their interests and needs. Here you can find the list of all courses.
During the masterclasses, workshops, and labs, you attend meetings with other Honours students in small groups (max. 20-25 students). This creates a stronger connection between you, other students and the lecturer/supervisor in which you can quickly learn from each other!
How to get the most out of ‘Leadership: Making a difference’
The focus of the programme changes from mainly theory in the beginning (masterclasses), to a combination of theory and practice (workshops and labs), finishing with an assignment similar to one in your future profession (masterwork). You are personally responsible for which modules you choose and how you want to conduct your master work. To guide you in this process, faculty coordinators and the staff of the Honours Faculty can and want to help you (e.g., time management regarding the combination of your regular master with this programme). But above all, it offers you an extra perspective to learn. This however is up to you and does require a bit of initiative. Do not hesitate, being coached helps you definitely to fulfil this programme at your best!
The RUG Honours College collaborates with several organizations in the public, private and societal sector. This gives you and other Honours students the opportunity to gain experience and start building a network in a sector you may want to continue working after your studies.
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