This year’s Master’s degree programme
Euroculture: Europe in the Wider World has been readmitted to the prestigious Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union.
Out of the 177 degree programmes submitted, only 30 were admitted.
As part of Erasmus Mundus,
Euroculture has earned the predicate ‘top degree programme’ and may once again make use of European Union scholarships
intended to attract talented students from Europe and elsewhere.
The Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union supports outstanding and innovative international higher education programmes (joint degrees).
The Euroculture degree programme is coordinated by the Faculty of Arts and is given in collaboration with eleven leading partner institutions abroad, including four outside Europe.
For more information:
Dr Janny de Jong
(Director of Studies) and
Marloes van der Weij
Arthur ten Cate benoemd tot bijzonder hoogleraar Militaire geschiedenis
Jidde Jacobi geselecteerd voor ‘Face of Science’
10 moal Dag van de Grunneger toal; Focus op het Nedersaksisch, Grunneger vraauwen en het Gronings digitoal