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From honours for first-years to a research internship in Paris. 'I followed honours education for the entire duration of my studies'
Karlijn is one of those students who makes the most of every opportunity: in her first year of honours she got a peek across the borders of her field, during her Bachelor's the Honours Programme Medical Sciences brought her to University College London, and during her Master's she completed the Beyond the Frontiers Honours Programme by a scientific internship at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. She has barely graduated and is already about to start a PhD. ‘I would never have gotten here this quickly without honours.’ Read more
At the beginning of the academic year, we both had one ambition: to go abroad and work on a research project to human well-being and behavior change
Tobias Sachs & Iris Verpaalen
At the beginning of the academic year, we both had one ambition: to go abroad and work on a research project to human well-being and behavior change. We were enthusiastic about the idea of carrying out an experiment that we could design ourselves, since we both aim for a career as researchers. However, we knew that we were limited in time, since we are research master students and our master theses require us to be here most of the time. Still, we had the same interests topic-wise and during our master's we experienced how approaching research from different viewpoints and with different people can enhance the quality of the study at hand. So our solution was simple: apply for an Honours project together! Read more
Here you can find the website made by Ninge Engelen about 'the Justice Trilogy' written by Louise Erdrich.
Louise Erdrich is the author of 17 novels, 3 poetry collections, 6 children’s books, and 3 non-fiction books. Many of her stories take place in the same fictional universe, in and around the Little No Horse Reservation. Her stories are often multi-generational, told from many different perspectives and a whole menagerie of characters that reoccurs throughout her works.