Corona, teaching and admission to master's programmes 2021-2022
Corona and teaching in 2021-2022
For the academic year of 2021-2022, we will do our best to offer all our teaching on-site in accordance with the Covid-19 regulations at that time. However, all lectures and seminars will be recorded. Students who are not able to come to the Faculty because of Covid-19 can watch these recordings and ask questions via email. There will be no live connection, so it will not be possible to participate in discussions or ask questions directly.
Admission to Master's Programmes in Theology and Religious Studies
If you are a bachelor’s student and if you are planning to enroll in one of the following master's programmes in the academic year 2021-2022, you are allowed to have 15 ECTS of your bachelor’s degree programme left:
- Religion and Pluralism,
- Religion and Cultural Heritage,
- Religion, Conflict and Globalization
- Religion, Health and Wellbeing
- Research Master Theology and Religious Studies.
You still need to complete your Bachelor's programme before 1 September 2022.
Admission MA Religion Health and Wellbeing - Spiritual Care
If you are a bachelor’s student or a pre-master’s student in Spiritual Care and if you are planning to enroll in this master's track in the academic year 2021-2022, you are allowed to have 15 ECTS of your bachelor /pre-master programme left. However, you must have completed the following subjects:
- Spiritual Care,
- Professional Ethics and Trauma,
- Grieving, Purpose and Wellbeing.
Corona & admission with a HBO-degree to the pre-master's programme
If you want to be admitted to the pre-master's programme for the MA programme in Theology and Religious Studies for the academic year 2021-2022 based on your HBO degree programme, you are allowed to have 15 ECTS of your HBO-degree programme left. You must provide a statement of your HBO degree programme in order to finish your degree programme in the academic year 2021-2022 (closure statement). You must complete your HBO degree programme before September 1, 2022, otherwise you are not allowed to continue the pre-master's programme or to start with the master’s programme.
For more information related to studying and corona, check the Coronavirus pandemic information for prospective students page.
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