University College Groningen is a Faculty of the University of Groningen, one of the world’s top 100 universities. We offer a Bachelor in Liberal Arts and Sciences, which will provide students an academic degree with a genuinely interdisciplinary outlook, freedom of choice and a collaborative and guided approach to learning in a stimulating and globally challenging environment.Our Liberal Arts and Sciences programme offers students the opportunity to study a broad range of subjects whilst developing specialist knowledge in their major discipline (Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences). Throughout the degree students will work in interdisciplinary teams on a series of projects that take them outside of the classroom. This will enable students to learn how to apply a creative approach in finding solutions for complex global challenges.At University College Groningen, you will have the chance to study three majors: Sciences , Social Sciences or Humanities . Within each major, Major Specialisations allow you to combine different academic disciplines or perspectives into a tailor-made programme that fits your interests and prospective Master choice.Our students have the opportunity to make use of the expertise of the University Groningen Centre of Entrepreneurship (which is embedded into University College Groningen), to develop an academic profile in Social Entrepreneurship.Sciences specialisationsHealth & Life SciencesMind, Machines & MoralitySmart TechnologiesSocial Sciences specialisationsMind and BehaviourSocieties and Cultures in TransitionPhilosophy, Politics and EconomicsInternational Relations & International LawInternational Business & EntrepreneurshipHumanities specialisationCulture & Social ChangeThere is also the possibility of a Free major , in which you create your own programme with the help and guidance from an academic tutor.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma equivalent to a level of the Dutch pre-university diploma (VWO), proficiency in Mathematics and a high school GPA 3/4.
After reviewing your complete application, the Board of Admission will decide whether you need to submit an alternative test (mathematics) to complement your application.Early bird deadline is 15 January!
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning