The IIS offers a range of interdisciplinary Honours modules for students who want to get more out of their study programme. These modules are open to students from the UvA, the Amsterdam University College (AUC) and VU University Amsterdam.
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The registration for the Honours courses will start, through the registrationform which is placed below, on the 8th of June at 10.00 and will close on the 12th of June at 23.00. Placement will be at random. Students who register after the 6th will be put on a waiting list, and will be placed if there are spots left.
The IIS will check whether your own faculty is aware that you are an Honour's student. Please ensure that the Honours coordinator/study adviser at your faculty is aware that you will be following the Honours programme, and that this person can assure us that you do indeed meet the Honours requirements for your own degree programme. Within two weeks students hear whether they were placed for a course. If there are more places available, students will be allowed to register after the deadline.
Honours Try Out Class
On Wednesday the 7th of June 2017 the VU, the AUC and the UvA will organize a market for Honours courses.
This is a unique opportunity to receive an insight on the content of the courses, and to find out which modules would suit your interests, so we advise you to be there!
Date: 7th of June 2017
Time: 18.00 – 20.30
Room: VU, Main building, room KC-07
Address: De Boelelaan 1105, Amsterdam
About the Honours programme
An Honours programme consists of additional courses with a workload of at least half a year (30 credits) which students pursue during their Bachelor's programme. To follow the honors program there are certain entry and output requirements. Ask your own faculty which requirements apply to you.
Honours Student Council
The Honours Student Council is part of Extensus and focuses on the quality control of Honours courses and on the policy and cooperation of the universities. The HSC is currently active at the VU University Amsterdam (VU) and the University of Amsterdam (UvA), and they try to improve the student representation in the HP policy of both universities. For more information please visit their website.