Working methods, degree certificates and tuition fees
Working methodsMost part-time variants are combined day/evening programmes. The lectures (lectures and seminars) are given in two teaching periods (semesters). The Master 's programme includes research projects, sometimes an internship and always a Master’s thesis. The Master’s thesis is a report on a completed piece of academic research. It is sometimes possible to combine the Master's thesis with a work placement. Please contact the relevant contact persons for each degree programme for more specific information about the timetables and the working methods.
The part-time programmes lead to the same degree certificates as the full-time programmes.
After you have gained your Bachelor’s degree, you can round off your education with a Master’s degree. On completion of your Master’s degree you are awarded a certificate with the right to call yourself Master of Science (MSc) or Master of Arts (MA). Law graduates may choose between the international title Master of Laws (LLM) or the Dutch ‘meester’ title (mr). Law graduates also have the grade one teaching qualification for teaching law at VWO/HBO level. The Master’s degree in theology grants entrance to seminary training.
What does a part-time degree cost?
Tuition fees for part-time students in academic year 2012/2013 depend on your chosen degree.
More information on the tuition fees can be found here: Tuition Fees.
No right to a student grantA part-time student is not eligible for a student grant. Depending on your income, study costs may be tax deductible.
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