Update: the event has been cancelled due to registration too an insufficient number of registrations
What skills do you develop during your studies? And how useful are these on the labour market? A discussion afternoon for all students of the Faculty of Humanities.
During this discussion afternoon you will be challenged to think about the different competences you develop during your studies. What are these competences? Which one do you think is most important? How can you use these competences in your future career? Do they differ per study programme? Are there specific Humanities competences and what added value do they have?
Professors Frits van Oostrom and José van Dijck each present a list of competences. After this, there will be an opportunity to enter the discussion. Which competence do you find most valuable? Is it a complete list or is it necessary to add some competences?
11 March 2020 - 15:00
Large hall/MCW Lab (Kromme Nieuwegracht 20)
- 15:00 Doors open
- 15:15 Opening by Iris van der Tuin and voting round
- 15:16 Frits van Oostrom and José van Dijck pitching their list competences
- 15:45 Discussion groups
- 16:15 Panel discussion
- 16:55 Voting round and final discussion
- 17:15 Drinks
All BA and MA students from the Faculty of Humanities are welcome. Would you like your voice to be heard and engage in this discussion? Sign up via firstname.lastname@example.org