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Student for a Day

When:Th 07-03-2019 10:00 - 16:00
Where:Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, Oude Boteringestraat 38, Groningen

Student for a Day is an intensive one-day introductory programme that aims to introduce prospective students to individual degree programmes.

You literally get to be a ‘student for a day’. This means you will follow lectures, participate in research practicals or tutorials, meet students and lecturers and get a taste of student life. You can be a student for a day on March 7th at the faculty of Theology and Religious Studies for the Bachelor's degree programmes Theology and Religious Studies.

Religious Studies is fully taught in English, therefore the lectures and studentactivities will all be in English.
Theology is a mainly Dutch taught programme therefore the Theology lectures are mainly in Dutch.

Programme:

Download the programme for a detailed description of the lectures.

Time Activity Location

10:00

Arrivals                                                                        

hall

10:25                                        

Opening by prof. dr. Mladen Popović

courtroom

10:30

Ethics and the Secularprof. dr. Todd Weir

courtroom

11:15                                                                                

Break, coffee/tea

hall

11.30  

Choose one of the following lectures:

                     

Hebrew dr. Wolter Rose (Theology) (+preparation)

Room 117

                                                               

Rituals in Theory and Practicedr. Brenda Mathijssen (Religious Studies) (+ preparation)

Room 130

12:15                                                                                          

Lunch            

hall

13.00            

Pubquiz Student-association Gerardus van der Leeuw        

hall

13.45  

Choose one of the following classes:

Practical Theologyprof. dr. Henk de Roest  (Theology including PThU track)                         

Room 123

Islam: History, Sources, and Practices dr.Clare Wilde (Religious Studies)

Room 125

14:30                                                                                          

Break, coffee/tea

hal

14:45                    

Psychology and Sociology of Religiondr. Julia Martínez-Ariño

courtroom

15:30                                                                    

Q&A session

courtroom

15.45                                                                                            

Matching

Room 28/30