The Undergraduate certificate programme in Humanities (for exchange students) is a programme of Bachelor-courses for exchange students at the Faculty of Humanities. Exchange students of the Faculty of Humanities can choose any course of this programme, as long as they meet the entry requirements.
The courses offered in the framework of the Undergraduate certificate programme in
Humanities (UCP Humanities) are organised in the following thematic clusters:
- Cluster Arts and media studies
- Cluster Contemporary Dutch studies
- Cluster European and american studies
- Cluster History, archeology and religion
- Cluster Literature and language
- Cluster Philosophy and discourse
- Cluster Modern European Languages; courses taught in target language
- Cluster Nederlandse taal, cultuur en geschiedenis; courses taught in Dutch
These courses cover the wide range of topics that belong to the field of the humanities.
For information on Master courses taught in English please see the information in section 'Other course options'. Please note that an official language certificate is obligatory.
Courses in the cluster Nederlandse taal, cultuur en geschiedenis are taught in Dutch. Naturally students who choose these courses need to be fluent in Dutch.
Courses in the cluster Modern European languages are taught in the target language. Of course students need to be fluent in the particular language.
Please note that, unfortunately, application for a course does not guarantee placement; courses may be cancelled or there may be more qualified applicants than available places. Therefore, students should realize that it might not be possible to take a full workload in their area of study (and at the appropriate level). Flexibility and a willingness to take courses outside of students' field of study are therefore important!