Utrecht University invites all ambitious Master’s student looking for an intellectual challenge to apply to join the Graduate Honours Interdisciplinary Seminars (GHIS).
This is a series of small-scale seminars, three to four meetings each, about the focus areas of research at Utrecht University. The topics will be diverse, ranging from global health issues and transition towards sustainability, to trends in youth culture, and the philosophy of science. No more than eight students participate in each discussion-based seminar group. Each seminar is hosted by distinguished researchers. You, your fellow students, and the lecturers will co-create the sessions.
During one year, students will follow three seminars, each consisting of three meetings. After the three seminars, all students in the GHIS programme organize a fourth seminar together in which they share what they have learned during the previous seminars.
The Graduate Honours Interdisciplinary Seminars starts at the beginning of the academic year. The information session and application deadline are at the beginning of September. Exact dates can be found here.
Visit the website of the UU honours college.