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Masterweek faculteit Gedrags- en Maatschappijwetenschappen
  • 23 maart 2018 15:00 - 21:00
  • Grote Kruisstraat 2/1

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Masterweek faculteit Gedrags- en Maatschappijwetenschappen
  • 23 maart 2018 15:00 - 21:00
  • Grote Kruisstraat 2/1

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Brochure over de opleiding Communication and Deafblindness
Brochure over de opleiding Communication and Deafblindness
  • Testimonial van Student Caroline Lindstrom

    You learn how to analyse communication in complex situations and how to stimulate progress.

    My name is Caroline Lindstrom. I am from Sweden and I work in special education for a Swedish organization that provides services for people with congenital deafblindness. Some of my Nordic colleagues completed the Master's programme in Communication and Deafblindness in Groningen. This is how I heard about the programme.  It is the only programme in the world which focuses on deafblindness, and is a truly international programme with lecturers and students from all over the world.

    I stayed in the Netherlands for only a month, and subsequently followed the programme from a distance. After a month-long intensive study programme, the students leave Groningen and write their reports and theses from their home countries. You have regular contact with your supervisor and classmates online. Every year in March you meet with supervisors and fellow students again. I believe this set-up works very well and is beneficial to international students, since they are able to return to their daily activities quickly. Many of the students combine work and studies, and that means that you have to be strict in order to stay focused on the programme. I recommend setting a schedule which gives you time both to write the thesis and to focus on your profession.

    I was very happy to find that there is a Master’s track wholly focused on communication and deafblindness. What I value most is the strong link between the practical field on the one hand and the literature and theory on the other. Most of the students have practical experience. This results in an interesting mix of perspectives which enrich the learning environment. The programme improved my understanding of methodological skills and different interventions which aim to improve communication.

    The programme is interesting and useful for everyone interested in communication. You learn how to analyse communication in complex situations and how to stimulate progress. The programme is especially interesting for people who are already professionals.

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    – Student Caroline Lindstrom
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