Search Undergraduate Studies in Social Sciences in Netherlands 2019
Courses in the social sciences prepare students to engage within human society. Through courses such as economics, political science, anthropology, sociology, history, and psychology, students may gain a better understanding of how the world around them works.
Top Bachelor of Arts Programs in Social Sciences in Netherlands 2019
Artistic and (digital) media are increasingly shaping our culture and world. In this BA programme you will examine contemporary art practices in order to find new perspec
Arts, Media and Society is a three-year, English-taught programme (a specialisation of the BA in Art History).
Art has an urgent and relevant role in today's society. It provides a unique view on complex issues and is an indispensable force for a democratic society. In Arts, Media and Society you will study contemporary art that engages with society over global issues, such as terrorism, biotechnology, ecology, and politics. You will also learn how art, film, photography and digital media shape our society and how the arts and media can provide strategies for social and political activism.
The programme will provide you with the academic and professional skills essential to your future career, so you will exit the programme prepared to take on work such as curating, consulting, (digital) publishing, arts journalism; or further research in a master's or research master's....
The English-taught bachelor’s programme in South and Southeast Asian Studies offers you a wide range of options for studying this region in all its diversity.
South and Southeast Asia is one of the world's most dynamic and diverse areas. Understand the complexity of the region's history, languages, and cultures.
Why study South and Southeast Asian Studies?
In the South and Southeast Asian programme you gain a thorough understanding of the history, cultures, politics and languages of the region, home to almost a third of the world's population (and two-thirds of its Muslims) and some of the world's fastest-growing economies. Relevant contemporary issues such as ethnic and religious conflicts, inequality and development, the surge in cultural and political movements and the tensions between modernity and tradition are addressed in lectures and seminars....
Gods, heroes and saints; typical rituals, age-old legends, and literary masterpieces: in this Bachelor's program, you will study every aspect of Celtic culture and litera
Before the beginning of the Christian era, Celtic-speaking people populated an area covering almost all of Europe as we know it today and developed rich cultures. In the Middle Ages, these same people were living in countries and regions still inhabited by Celtic-speaking peoples to this very day - Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, and Brittany. Their culture is still giving rise to questions today in the 21st century. How do you pronounce Old Irish? Was King Arthur a real person? Which traces of the Celts are still evident in today's modern world? By studying Celtic Languages and Culture, you will learn how to find answers to all of these questions and also distinguish between myths and reality....
Why are populist political parties becoming increasingly popular? Is this a bad development? Do we have an obligation to save the natural environment for future generatio
Why are populist political parties becoming increasingly popular? Is this a bad development? Do we have an obligation to save the natural environment for future generations? How has migration developed, and how has it contributed to shaping health care and education policy over time? What would the economic effects be if we gave all citizens a national basic income?
Though it is possible to answer complex questions like these, it is definitely not easy. To help solve our world’s biggest challenges, we need experts who are able to look at societal issues from various perspectives. Our new Bachelor of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) meets this need. The program provides high-level, intensive training for students who are eager to find solutions to the world’s most pressing problems....
The Media and Culture program studies different types of media in a broad context and in relation to one another. You learn about the history, theory and larger social co
Theatre performances use film and new media. Television seeks to interact with its viewers through social media. Films consist of computer-generated imagery. These trends signal the need to study the interconnections between the different media. This approach is precisely the focus of the Bachelor’s program in Media and Culture.
The Media and Culture program studies different types of media in a broad context and in relation to one another. You learn about the history, theory and the larger social context in which different media function. We put great emphasis on developing academic skills in order to analyze a film, television program, game, dance or theatre performance.
Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication - Erasmus University Rotterdam
You have a passion for arts and culture. You might not be an artist yourself, but want to know what goes on behind the scenes of the art world. Arts and Culture Studies i
International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies
Why study Arts and Culture at Erasmus University?
You have a passion for arts and culture. You might not be an artist yourself, but want to know what goes on behind the scenes of the art world. Arts and Culture Studies in Rotterdam is unique because of its multifaceted approach to arts and culture. Alternating a sociological and economic view, you will study how art is produced and how it is presented by parties such as theatres, museums and festivals. Moreover, you want to know how it is appreciated by the audience. With this Bachelor's you will be able to analyse the mechanisms of the art world in a broader context.