Re-Imagining Security

Are you fascinated by issues related to security, violence, human rights, international politics, and power, and interested in approaching this in an interdisciplinary way? If so, Utrecht University’s brand-new multi-faculty minor Re-Imagining Security would be an excellent choice for you. It is made up of four courses offered by the Cultural Anthropology Department, Law School, History Department, and Utrecht University College.

This minor is embedded within Institutions for Open Societies (IOS), one of the strategic themes of Utrecht University.


Number of EC30
Number of courses4 compulsory courses
StartPeriod 1
CoordinatorsTessa Diphoorn and Katharine Fortin
Course overviewFour compulsory courses across four faculties – see below
Minor codeSW-CA-MI9
Entry requirementsAll students must have completed at least 45 ECTS of their introductory bachelor year.
Associated MA programmesInternational Relations in Historical Perspective
Modern History Master in Cultural History of Modern Europe
Master of Arts in History of Politics and Society
Sustainable Citizenship
Cultural Anthropology: Sociocultural Transformation
International Development Studies
Sociology: Contemporary Social Problems
Conflict and Security track of Public International
Human Rights track of Public International Law
European Criminal Justice in a Global Context LLM
Register between June 3 – June 21Registration for this minor will be done by registration form. For more information about registering, please see text below under 'Enrolment'

Entrance requirements

Only students who are enrolled at Utrecht University and have completed the first bachelor year will be admitted to this minor. This translates into having completed at least 45 ECTS at Bachelor level.