Get to know the Master's

Would you like to get to know this programme better? On this page you will find when you can visit the MA Open Day, but you will also find stories of our students and alumni, and profiles of our teaching staff.

Master's Open Day

Twice a year, we organise a Master’s Open Day where you can get to know our programme Contemporary Theatre, Dance and Dramaturgy. You can join our information session, talk to our students and staff, and find out if this is the Master's for you.

General session for students of Universities of Applied Sciences (HBO)

The Faculty of Humanities will organise a general session for students of Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences who are interested in doing a Master’s programme, in which the main differences between 'hbo' and 'wo' are discussed ('Van hbo naar wo: ervaringen van onze premasterstudenten').  

Next Master's Open Day

The next Master's Open Day will take place on Wednesday 9 October. More information can be found on this webpage or click on the button below to register:

Remind me

The internship was a great opportunity to put theory into practice along with gaining significant international industry exposure.

Sunayana Mohanty, graduate

Academic Staff

Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink
Dr Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink

Dr Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink is Programme Coordinator

Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink is an Assistant Professor in Theatre and Performance Studies at the Media and Culture Studies Department of Utrecht University. Her research interests include dramaturgy and scenography, spatial theory, performance ecologies and new materialism, and performance philosophy.

Profile picture Anika Marschall
Dr Anika Marschall

Anika Marschall is Programme Coordinator

Anika Marschall works as Assistant Professor in the Department of Media and Culture Studies. Her research is invested in issues of theatre, asylum and migration, socially engaged arts and activism, intersections of race, class and gender in contemporary European performances, diversity and representation in theatre’s institutional life, decentering knowledge and the stage. 

Meet our academic staff