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European Studies is a broad, professionally oriented programme with a distinctly international character. Through a mix of lectures, seminars, workshops and discussions it will acquaint you with Europe and its many facets. You’ll get a taste of this inter
Location:
Den Haag, Netherlands
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Bachelor
Specialty:
Economics

Program Overview

Program Description:
The programme comprises a propaedeutic, or foundation year, followed by a two-year main phase (three-years for ES4 students). Every year is broken down into four blocks. The programme is made up of a major and a minor. The major comprises the (compulsory) disciplines that are associated with the programme, while the minor encompasses disciplines you can elect to follow, either from your own programme, from other THU programmes or at other universities of applied sciences and research universities.

European Studies is a broad, professionally oriented programme with a distinctly international character. Through a mix of lectures, seminars, workshops and discussions it will acquaint you with Europe and its many facets. You’ll get a taste of this international workplace by collaborating with students from all corners of the globe, as well as an exchange period lasting five months at one of our partner universities. Is it your dream to work in an international environment, in the business community or the civil service? Do you have a flair for foreign languages, and would you like be a professional with an international outlook in the areas of culture, politics, history and business? If all this sounds like you then the European Studies programme is exactly what you are looking for.

The curriculum of the European Studies programme is structured around four elements: generic knowledge of Europe focused on the public and private sectors, international orientation, practical orientation and personal development. You’ll also improve your English, and a second modern foreign language and have the opportunity to take a third modern foreign language too.
Cost:
The tuition fees for subsidized education are determined by the Dutch Ministry of Education. To (re-)enrol tuition fees should be transferred first. You can pay by bank in one or more instalments. If you are paying in more than one instalment administration costs will be charged.

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