Your individual study programme is printed on the provisional admission letter you have received from your Master’s programme. The courses are all part of the normal Bachelor’s curriculum, so you will be attending classes with first-, second- and third-year Bachelor’s students. The Humanities Student Information Desk will register you for all your courses.
The course descriptions (including study materials) are available in the Course Catalogue. Your class schedule is posted on Osiris Student. The lectures will be held in several different locations.
Bachelor’s final paper
In most cases, your Pre-Master’s programme will conclude with a Bachelor’s final paper. More information is available at the Philosophy Bachelor’s website.
The Filosofie Bachelor’s website provides information about:
- Academic year calendar
- Regulations and procedures (incl. calling in sick, fraud and plagiarism, final grades, and complaints, objections and appeals)
- Study areas and -materials
- IT facilities (incl. Blackboard, UU Gmail and printing)
Basic knowledge of information and computer technology is a prerequisite for the programme and will be tested. ICT modules have been developed to help you train these skills.
Through the course descriptions, course handbook and Blackboard, you will be informed about specific rules that apply to the course: planning, attendance, excursions, examinations and resits, etc.
Have you just started a Pre-Master's programme and completed an HBO or a WO Bachelor's before that? If so, you might need some support. Check the Pre-Master support page for information on Pre-Master study groups, individual coaching and skills courses.
Recommended for University of Applied Sciences (HBO) students: Are you interested in a course in Academic Studying, Academic English, Writing a Research Proposal or Academic Writing? If so, please take a look at the training courses offered by Utrecht University.
If you have any questions about for example planning your curriculum or about the progress of your studies, please contact the study advisor. You may also visit your student advisor to discuss personal problems or issues that may affect the completion of your studies. If you have any questions about the content of your course, please contact your lecturer.
Study related activities
For fun or study related activities, you may contact the study association FUF.
Registering, course registration, costs and payment
If you have any questions about registering for the Pre-Master’s programme, course registration or the costs and payment for contract students, please contact the Humanities Student Information Desk. For questions about re-registering for your Pre-Master’s programme, financial aid or the costs and payment, please contact Student Services.
Completing your Pre-Master's programme
Once you have fulfilled the requirements of your Pre-Master’s programme, please contact the Humanities Student Information Desk.