Are you intrigued by Europe’s past and future? Do you want to become a critical citizen on a national and international level? Do you like to follow the news and want to take active part in major debates covered in the media? Do you often wonder about the mechanisms that drive societal issues around the world and wish to acquire the analytical skills to investigate and understand them? Would you love to study in an international environment with students and staff from different parts of the world? Then Comparative European History at Radboud University is the right choice for you.Comparative European History is an interdisciplinary Bachelor’s programme that teaches European history from a comparative and issue-driven perspective. The programme focuses on a series of fundamental socio-economic, demographic, political and cultural topics that are of great relevance for societies today. Examples of topics could be migration, inclusion and persecution of minorities, religious fundamentalism, cultural appropriation, failed versus successful cases of state building and societal responses to major crises such as disease control. The consistently comparative approach of this programme offers a valuable opportunity to study historical processes, both within Europe and beyond, that reveal both unique historical developments as well as general patterns of human behaviour and problem resolution.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma which is equivalent to or higher than Dutch VWO level, according to NUFFIC.
EU/EEA, Swiss or Surinamese students who have not yet obtained a Bachelor’s degree in the Netherlands need to pay legal fee (€2,314) . When you first enrol in your Bachelor’s studies, you will need to pay half of the tuition fees for the first year. There are some exceptions to these conditions. If you do not meet the above conditions and are from an EEA country, you qualify for the EEA institutional tuition fee of €8,692.Deadline: 1 July for EU/EEA students without housing assistance.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning