Comparative European History
Welcome prospective student Comparative European History!
Comparative European History is an interdisciplinary Bachelor's programme that teaches European history from a comparative and issue-driven perspective. The programme focuses on a series of fundamental socio-economic, demographic, political and cultural topics that are of great relevance for societies today. The consistently comparative approach of this programme offers a valuable opportunity to study historical processes, both within Europe and beyond, that reveal not only unique historical developments, but also general patterns of human behaviour and problem resolution.
On this page you can find all information with regard to your first year of the Comparative European History programme in Nijmegen!
Study advisor Comparative European History
Hello, I am Margriet de Rooij. As study advisor I am your first point of contact within the study programme.
If you already have a question about the Bachelor, or if you would like to meet, then please make an appointment via the link below.
Books for the upcoming academic year can be ordered from Roelants. As a member of study association GSV Excalibur you will receive a 10% discount on study books during the ordering period. Not a member yet? Click here for more information about membership! Some courses may require readers. In the study guide you will find per course whether you need a reader. Make sure you order your readers before the start of the academic year from the Dictatencentrale.
Weekly overview (example)
This is what your week could look like during the first period! The dark blue columns represent lectures, whereas the lighter blue ones could represent seminars. You can also see at what time you have class, who is teaching it, and where your class takes place. You'll receive more information about your personal schedule when you're fully enrolled. Depending on corona measures, this could be either online ("At home") or on campus ("Fysiek college"). Click here for more abbreviations of classrooms and lecture halls, as well as a campus map.