Utrecht University’s BA in Celtic Languages and Culture is a three-year degree programme made up of 180 EC. The programme specific Education and Examination Regulations (EER) precisely describe the requirements/criteria you have to meet in order to graduate.
Should you require guidance when choosing courses, please consult your tutor or Study Advisor.
The major (the subject you have chosen to study) accounts for two thirds of the Bachelor’s programme, or 120 EC.
One third of your programme (60 EC) is comprised of electives. Electives allow you to broaden or deepen the scope of your degree programme. 30 EC of these 60 EC of electives must consist of one of the following:
- a UU minor
- a second specialization within your chosen degree programme
- a foreign exchange programme
You are free to choose the remaining 30 EC from anywhere across the UU, as long as you choose courses of the appropriate level and you meet the entrance requirements for these courses.