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Online Master’s Week Faculty of Arts, 23 - 27 November 2020

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Would you like to know more about our Master's programmes? Then visit the interactive, online information sessions during the Online Master’s Week!

During this online event, our lecturers, study advisers and / or Master student ambassadors will be happy to give you more information you about the different Master’s programmes we offer. In addition, in most cases you can also chat live and that offers you the opportunity to ask your questions in real time.

Master student ambassadors

Our Master student ambassadors are students who are currently enrolled in your programme of interest. They can provide detailed information on their own experiences with, for example, the content of the programme, courses, the motivation for their choice and student life.

Study advisers

Every programme has one or more study advisers. Study advisers can tell you more about all aspects of your degree programme. These can include enrolment, admission, Pre-Master’s programmes, study load and career opportunities. Furthermore, study advisors can provide advice about whether the programme is a good fit for you.

Registration

You must register in advance to participate in one (or more) online information sessions. Don’t hesitate to sign up and we'll help you make the best choice for a Master’s or Pre-Master’s at our Faculty of Arts.

Schedule online information sessions

Research Master

ReMa Archaeology

23 November

16:00-17:00

ReMa Arts, Media and Literary Studies

24 November 17:00-18:00

ReMa Classical, Medieval and Early Modern Studies

26 November

14:00-15:00

ReMa Classical, Medieval and Early Modern Studies

26 November

16:00-17:00

ReMa Clinical Linguistics / EMCL
27 November

14:00-15:00

ReMa Cultural Leadership

24 November

10:00-11:00

ReMa Cultural Leadership

26 November

10:00-11:00

ReMa Language and Cognition

24 November

11:00-12:00

ReMA Modern History and International Relations

25 November

13:00-14:00

Master

MA Applied Linguistics

27 November

17:00-18:00

MA Archeologie

27 November

14:00-15:00

MA Arts and Culture - Arts, Cognition and Criticism

25 November 14:00-15:00

MA Arts and Culture - Art History (incl. Curatorial Studies)

27 November 15:00-16:00

MA Arts and Culture - Arts Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship

25 November 13:00-14:00

MA Arts and Culture - Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media

25 November 11:00-12:00

MA Arts and Culture - Music, Theatre and Performance Studies

25 November 12:00-13:00

MA CIW track Computercommunicatie

27 November

11:00-12:00

MA CIW track Computercommunicatie

27 November

12:00-13:00

Ma CIW track Information Science

27 November

16:00-17:00

MA Classics & Ancient Civilizations, track Classics

27 November

15:00-16:00

MA Classics and Ancient Civilizations, Ancient History

23 November

12:00-13:00

MA Communicatiekunde en Communicatie & Educatie

25 November

16:00-17:00

MA Datafication and Digital Literacy

25 November

11:00-12:00

MA Digital Humanities

24 November

16:00-17:00

MA Digital Humanities

27 November

13:00-14:00

MA Educatie, Duits Frans en Spaans

26 November

18:00-19:00

MA Educatie, track Engels

26 November

11:00-12:00

MA Educatie, track Geschiedenis

25 November

17.00-18.00

MA Educatie, track Griekse en Latijnse Taal en Cultuur

25 November

14.00-15.00

MA Educatie, track Nederlands

26 November

11:00-12:00

MA Euroculture

24 November

15:00-16:00

MA Euroculture

26 November

11:00-12:00

MA European Linguistics

26 November

12:00-13:00

MA European Literatures and Interculturality

26 November

17:00-18:00

MA History of Architecture and Town Planning

23 November

17:00-18:00

MA History of Architecture and Town Planning

24 november

17:00-18:00

MA History: History and Heritage Consultancy

26 November

16:00-17:00

MA History: Politics, Organizations & Learning Histories

26 November

15:00-16:00

MA History: programme overview & general information

26 November

13:00-14:00

MA History: Un/sustainable Societies: Past, Present & Future

26 November

14:00-15:00

MA International Humanitarian Action

24 november

12:00-13:00

MA International Relations

23 November

10:00-11:00

MA International Relations

24 November

10:00-11:00
MA International Relations

25 November

10:00-11:00

MA Journalism

24 November

11:00-12:00

MA Journalistiek

24 November

12:00-13:00

MA Landschapsgeschiedenis 26 November

13:00-14:00

MA Language and Communication Technology (EM)

24 November

15:00-16:00

MA Literary Studies English Literature and Culture

26 November

16:00-17:00

MA Literary Studies Writing, Editing, and Mediating

25 November

15:00-16:00

MA Literary Studies, Writing, Editing, and Mediating

26 November

15:00-16:00

MA Media Creation and Innovation

25 November

12:00-13:00

MA Middle Eastern Studies

25 November

17:00-18:00

MA Middle Eastern Studies

27 November

17:00-18:00

MA Multilingualism

23 November

15:00-16:00

MA Multilingualism

27 November

15:00-16:00

MA Neerlandistiek

25 November

16:00-17:00

MA Neerlandistiek

26 November

10:00-11:00

MA North American Studies

24 November

14:00-15:00

MA Social Media and Society

25 November

13:00-14:00

MA Taalwetenschappen (Neurolinguïstiek)

24 November

16:00-17:00

Pre-master

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all information events will be organized online for the time being. For more information about the Online Master’s Week, visit our website.

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