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.
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.
On Wednesday June 5, 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: June 5, 2019
Time: 17.00 – 21.30
Location: VU, room KC-07 (main building VU)
Address: De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV Amsterdam
In due time the evening program will be announced and will appear below.
VU University Amsterdam and the Amsterdam University College offer various modules alongside those offered by the IIS.
The registration for the Honours courses will start, through a the registrationform which will be placed below on the June 6, at 10.00 and will close on the June 11, at 23.00. Placement will be at random. Within two weeks students hear whether they were placed for a course. There is no guarantee for placement if you register after the 11th of June.
For questions about registration you can email to Honoursemail@example.com.
The IIS will check whether your own faculty is aware that you are an Honours student. Please ensure that the Honours coordinator/study adviser at your faculty is aware that you will be following the Honours program, and that this person can assure us that you do indeed meet the Honours requirements for your own degree program.
If you do not follow the Honours program but you are interested in following an Honoursmodule, you can contact Honoursfirstname.lastname@example.org
You will be placed on a 'reserve list' and if there are still places available and there are no Honours students on the waiting list, we can still register you for the course. Keep in mind that you might receive a message from us 1 or 2 weeks before the start of the course about your possible registration.
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.
Here you will find Honours courses that are given abroad. These Honours courses are offered by other institutes and you also need permission from your examination committee.
These courses will be offered in the coming year:
The NAHSS is a collaboration between all Dutch universities, the government and some leading companies. The NAHSS is aimed at ambitious second and third-year undergraduate students.
Information meetings on 20, 21 and 29 November 2018 and the registration period is from 1 Dec 2018 to 8 Jan 2019.
An evaluation committee has been set up to guarantee the quality of honours education. The committee, which consists of students and teachers, meets at least four times a year to formulate solicited and unsolicited advice on all educational matters of IIS honours cources. For this she uses the education evaluations and actively seeks contact with students who follow IIS honours courses.
The evaluation committee is very curious about remarks, comments, recommendations and other suggestions about the content, output and offer of IIS honours courses. Students can contact via email@example.com