Master students looking for an intellectual challenge can participate in a new, extracurricular honours programme called Graduate Honours Interdisciplinary Seminars (GHIS). These seminars can be attended next to any master programme of Utrecht University. Via close discussions with researchers, students will get a closer understanding of what it means to carry out interdisciplinary research, what obstacles researchers face, how to set-up an interdisciplinary research and how to communicate about research with researchers from other disciplines and laymen. You will also learn how to optimize your writing and presenting of an interdisciplinary research proposal.
GHIS consists of a series of small-scale seminars about the focus areas of UU research. The topics will be diverse, ranging from global health issues and transition towards sustainability, to trends in youth culture, and the philosophy of science.
Are you curious about the admission requirements or would you like to get more information on the Graduate Honours Interdisciplinary Seminars? Visit the Master website for more information.
You are also invited to come to our information session on Wednesday June 14th from 12:00-13:00 in the Bestuursgebouw (Heidelberglaan 8, Uithof), meeting room 1.58. This room is located on the first floor; you will see signs directing you. The program coordinator as well as a current student of the Graduate Seminars will answer any questions you may have. Registration is not necessary, you can just walk in.