Graduate Honours Interdisciplinary Seminars (GHIS)
GHIS consists of various seminars that are set up around the strategic themes and focus areas in which Utrecht University carries out interdisciplinary research. The subjects are diverse: from worldwide health issues and the transition to sustainability, to trends within the youngster culture and science philosophy. The official language is English.
In the programme STREAM, a student can visit one of the LERU partners in order to do research for a certain period of time, varying from a month to an entire semester. A student can do this in the context of a faculty honours programme or as a stand-alone programme.
Utrecht University currently collaborates with the University of Cambridge, Lund University, Université de Genève, Université Paris Sud, Università degli studi di Milano and Leiden University. The official language of this programme is English.
Students enrolled in the Young Innovators programme work in an interdisciplinary student team on societal challenges, such as food waste or sustainable housing of refugees. Students develop entrepreneurship, innovation skills and awareness of issues involving responsibility and ethics. The official language is English.