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Welcoming Ceremony new Honours students bachelor programme

07 April 2017

On April 5, the Welcoming Ceremony for new undergraduate Honours students took place in the Aula of the Academy Building. This marks the start of the Honours Bachelor programme 2017-2018.

327 students were welcomed during this celebrative evening, with speeches by the Dean of the honours College, prof. mr. dr. Hanny Elzinga, and guest speaker prof. dr. Lodi Nauta.

After the speeches, the students chose the name of their cohort and voted for 'Rosalind Franklin'. A group photo was taken on the stairs of the Academy Building. Afterwards, the evening ended with informal drinks where students, staff and coordinators could meet.

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The Honours Bachelor’s programme is a complementary programme of 45 ECTS that is followed next to the regular Bachelor’s degree programme. The programme has a duration of two and a half year, in which deepening and broadening of knowledge and understanding are central themes. Students will look into scientific and social issues from different disciplinary angles. More information about the Honours Bachelor programme

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