How could the same country elect Obama and Trump? Why is American culture as creative and dynamic as it is? How can Americans be so proud of their diversity, but also conflicted about it? Sounds interesting? Then American Studies is perfect for you!
The Art History programme in Nijmegen allows you to study the entire history of Western art, from antiquity to the present day. You will learn to critically examine products of human skill, inventiveness and imagination.
Are you interested in both human cognition and computing science? Would you like to unravel human intelligence and recreate it in smart computers and systems? Then our Bachelor’s programme in Artificial Intelligence is the perfect fit for you!
The department of Arts and Culture Studies focuses on the bigger picture. Works of art will be examined in the context of the time, culture and society in which they were created. This programme explores art and culture from different perspectives.
Are you passionate about culture? Do you like sitting front row at music festivals, plays and art-house films? Are you ready to join the social and political debate on the arts? Then Arts and Culture Studies might be the programme for you.
Business Administration could be right for you if you are interested in management and the turbulent and dynamic environment of companies and organisations. You will learn to analyse the complexity and dynamics of organisations and their environment.
Do you want to know how climate change affects biodiversity? Or how to improve the diagnosis and treatment of diseases? Are you fascinated by evolution, the human brain, genetics, and ecology? Then Biology is what you are looking for.
Application deadline: 15 January.
Healthcare is about more than just curing patients. Biomedical scientists aim to understand diseases, with a view to better treatment or prevention. You will study diseases from molecule to population. Your curiosity can help to improve healthcare.
Business Administration looks at the ins and outs of how a business operates and how they deal with internal and external changes. You will learn to analyse what can be improved in corporate management and what effects markets have on businesses.
Even though you have never come face to face with an ancient Roman or Greek, the classical world continues to remain important. This reasoning and its evidence is what you will explore in the Bachelor’s programme in Classical Languages and Cultures.
In a world where media are everywhere and ever-present, there is a growing need for academically trained communication professionals. This much is certain: your first lecture will profoundly change your perspective on media.
How can you communicate effectively when you are working with international companies? How do you launch an advertising campaign in different countries? These are the types of questions that you will answer in Communication and Information Studies.
Do you want to become a critical citizen on a national and international level? Do you like to follow the news and want to take active part in major debates covered in the media? Then Comparative European History is the right choice for you.
Information technology has changed our lives drastically. Imagine a life without smartphones, laptops or the Internet. This programme will teach you about solving social problems and making smart, user-friendly and secure digital tools.
In this programme you learn to look beyond borders. You learn to understand people from their perspective, and their social and cultural backgrounds. This offers you a different perspective on yourself and your own society.
During the Bachelor’s programme in Dentistry you will study aspects that relate to the pathology, diagnostics, prevention and treatment of dental abnormalities in patients. Motor, cognitive, social and psychological aspects will also be addressed.
During the Bachelor’s programme in Dutch Language and Culture you will study Dutch literature from the past and from the present. You will also examine language acquisition issues, learn to analyse texts and develop good writing skills.
Are you interested in financial management, exchange rates and the world economy? Then Economics and Business Economics may be the right programme for you. You do not only delve into numbers; psychology, sociology and politics also play a role.
The Economie en Bedrijfseconomie (in Dutch) programme examines economic issues from different perspectives. This academic knowledge can be used in the analysis of social challenges and business problems and for the proposal of effective solutions.