The two-year (120 EC) master’s programme History and Philosophy of Science (HPS) encompasses the history and philosophy of the natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, medicine, and mathematics. The historical approach focuses on the development of scientific thought and practice in times past, including the relations between science and cultural, social or institutional features at particular times and places. By suitably choosing their courses, students can put together a programme that emphasizes either the history or the philosophy of any specific branch of science as well as interdisciplinary aspects.

Events UU

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25 February 2020 13:00 - Career
How do you write an effective cv and attractive cover letter?
26
Feb
26 February 2020 13:00 - Career
In this workshop you will learn how to get a better understanding of organizations and positions.
27
Feb
27 February 2020 12:00 - Career
How do you write an effective cv and attractive cover letter?
27
Feb
27 February 2020 14:15 - Career
This interactive workshop aims at helping you prepare for a successful start of your career in the Netherlands.
2
Mar
2 March 2020 13:00 - Career
This workshop will help you understand the employer's perspective and how to play into their needs effectively.

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internationale vrouwendag
20 February 2020
On 6 March, we will mark International Women’s Day at Utrecht University with the theme ‘Different but equal’.
Bouwvakkers aan het werk rond een betonnen constructie van een studentenwoning.
20 February 2020
On Wednesday, 19 February, the first 400 temporary student residences at Utrecht Science Park were placed.
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20 February 2020
The new strategic plan is taking shape and our three main ambitions for 2025 have been established. Become involved and vote online.
20 February 2020
The governments of China, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan are taking very strict measures to prevent further spreading of the coronavirus
Pictogrammen afvalstromen vanaf maart 2020
19 February 2020
From mid-March onwards, you will need to separate plastic, metal and drinks cartons instead of just plastic waste.

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