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Types of minors

The following types of minors are offered for students who started before September 2018:

1. Interfaculty minor (15 EC)
2. The internship minor (15 EC)
3. The study abroad minor (15 or 30 EC)
4. The elective minor (15 or 30 EC)

In addition, there are bridging programmes.

Interfaculty minors

If you choose an interfaculty minor, you do not have to use an elective minor (see below).

Internship minor

The content of the internship depends on the agreements that are made with the organisation offering the internship once the internship has been approved by the degree programme. The organisation of the internship minor is handled through Career Service Arts.

Study abroad minor

This minor is completed by taking courses at a foreign university. The organisation of this minor is handled through International Office Arts.

Elective minor

With effect from academic year 2020-2021 you may compose two minors yourself from courses inside and/or outside the faculty. This is an “elective minor”. An elective minor must be approved by the Examination Board. An elective minor consists of 15 or 30 EC, is cohesive and complete in its content, and involves both introductory and advanced courses.

Please remember that you can only choose up to 15 EC of first-year courses when filling your minor space.

You can also fill your elective minor with (parts of) a thematic minor. Click here for more information about the thematic minors.

Another option is to fill your elective minor with courses from one of the disciplinary packages. Every degree programme of our faculty selected content from the major of the degree programme and is intended for students outside of that programme (any potential entry requirements must still be observed). Remember that you can only choose up to 15 EC of first-year courses when choosing courses.

Bridging programmes

You can use your minor space to prepare yourself for the content of a Master’s programme, especially if you would like to take a Master’s programme that is not directly related to your Bachelor’s programme. More information can be found here.