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Discontinuation of the 'Leadership: making the difference!' Master Honours Programme

14 July 2023

After more than 12 years of running our successful master Honours programme ‘Leadership: making the difference!'', we are announcing the end of this programme. The programme will be coming to a close on August 30, 2023 with the final graduation ceremony of this year’s students.

We want to express our gratitude to all students and lecturers for being part of this programme. Throughout the students contributions over the years, we have witnessed the growth, development, and leadership that has emerged in hundreds of students. They have not only acquired valuable academic knowledge but have also developed essential leadership qualities that will set them apart in their respective fields.

It is important to note that, due to the conclusion of the programme, we will no longer be accepting applications. We encourage those who are still seeking opportunities for personal and professional advancement to look into other possibilities offered at the University of Groningen.

Last modified:14 July 2023 10.44 a.m.

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