Within the HB-FEB program, you can choose to follow a General Track or a Specialized Track. The Specialized track is designed for those students who who are particularly interested in deepening their knowledge in the areas of Economics and Business. Both tracks correspond to a 45 ECs additional study programme, including a deepening part offered by the FEB and a broadening part offered by the Honours College. The difference between the General and Specialized tracks is the distribution of the 45 ECs between the broadening and deepening parts. Below you find a brief overview of the deepening and broadening parts of the program. More detailed information about the programme can be found in the HB-FEB brochure.
The deepening part of the programme
The deepening part of the programme consists of a sequences of advanced courses offered exclusively for HB-FEB Honours students. These courses have an explicit focus on Economics and Business and aimed for a more in-depth treatment of topics covered in regular bachelor courses.
The broadening part of the programme
The broadening part of the programme consists of courses and activities offered by the Honours College for all Honours students of the University. The broadening courses extend beyond Economics and Business and allow participating students to broaden their knowledge in other areas of study. The broadening activities are focused on the development of various research and professional skills such as writing or debating in an interdisciplinary academic context.
When does the programme start?
If you are admitted to the Honours College, you will start with the HB-FEB programme in the fourth block of the first academic year of your studies.
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