For students who are not doing the master's in Science Education and Communication, but who do have an interest in education and communication, the Freudenthal Institute offers two profiles. Check the Student site for your own master's programme to see the options withing your programme.
The Communication (C) Profile offers students the opportunity to spend six months studying and teaching their discipline within their science research master.
(Top) researchers are expected to be able to make their field accessible to a wide audience. The C profile responds to this demand and offers students the opportunity to develop their communication and educational qualities.
For more information: read the flyer for the C profile (pdf).
Within the master's programs of the Graduate School of Natural Sciences and the Graduate School of Life Sciences, it is possible to obtain a second-degree teaching qualification in 30 EC via the Educational Profile. For those who have already completed an Educational Minor during their bachelor's degree and have thus obtained the second-degree authority, the Educational Profile leads to a first-degree authority.
Visit the student site for more information.