The Master's programme Cultural History of Modern Europe has a 60 EC course load. Please refer to the programme book as a supplement to the student website and as a guide during your first weeks of the academic year.
- The Course planner contains an overview of the courses in your study programme's exam requirements, including useful information about individual courses. Note that you choose academic year 2016-2017!
- Below you will find a detailed description of your curriculum.
This master's programme has a Dutch and an English track. Both groups follow the same courses, only in different languages. Students need to indicate their language preference before the start of the programme. Students who command both languages may take some modules in Dutch and others in English.
In the Master’s programme in Cultural History of Modern Europe, you will study Europe’s position in the world from a cultural-historical angle, with an emphasis on modern history. Our programme offers you profound insight into the history of ideas and practices that form the identities of individuals, groups, and societies, including heritage and public history in international frameworks.
The programme content focuses on theories of modern cultural history, global perspectives on European civilization, the politics of heritage and cultural memory, aspects of transnational history and postcolonial culture, practices of citizenship, and the development of career-oriented academic skills. We begin by looking at contemporary problems and discussions.
The Master's programme Cultural History in Modern Europe, unique in the Netherlands, trains you in historical research and provides you with comprehensive and socially relevant expertise. Our graduates find jobs in fields like cultural policy (municipal, regional, national, European, global), journalism, media, public history, museums, heritage, and education.
When you start this programme, you will be registered for its exam programme. This is a 'translation' of the exam requirements described in the Education and Examination Regulations. In order to complete your Master's programme you will need to meet the exam requirements.