• Degree: Bestuurs- en Organisatiewetenschap (60446)
    Duration: 1 year
    This interdisciplinary Master’s programme investigates vital questions facing European countries today. It will equip you with the knowledge and skills to answer these questions and formulate appropriate responses to the challenges they pose.
  • Degree: Geographical Sciences (60732)
    Duration: 2 years
    GIMA focuses on the management and application of geographical information from a scientific perspective.
  • Degree: Sociale geografie (66620)
    Duration: 1 year
    In the Human Geography programme, you will study urban regions and their economic developments from various academic perspectives and thematic angles. You will find possible solutions for contemporary and upcoming (economic) challenges of cities.
  • Degree: Development Studies (60731)
    Duration: 1 year
    International Development Studies focuses on current development issues and teaches conceptual, theoretical, and empirical knowledge of trends and topics on the development agenda.
  • Degree: Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science (research) (60391)
    Duration: 2 years
    This challenging two-year Master's programme focuses on key issues of Public Administration and Organisation Theory. It will help you gain in-depth knowledge about societal problems and critical challenges faced by organisations in the public domain.
  • Degree: Spatial Planning (66622)
    Duration: 1 year
    The Master's programme Spatial Planning trains you to solve conflicting interests on urban land.
  • Degree: Public Administration and Organisation Science (60446)
    Duration: 1 year
    This Master’s programme focuses on Human Resource Management, in terms of serving both the organisation’s interests (good performance) and those of employees (for example, satisfaction and motivation).
  • Degree: Human Geography and Planning (research) (60166)
    Duration: 2 years
    In this master you are trained to analyse increasing urbanisation, growing environmental threats and uneven economic globalisation. You will learn to formulate effective policy recommendations to make cities and regions more viable.
  • Degree: Sociale geografie (66620)
    Duration: 1 year
    Note: from September 2017 the Urban Geography programme will merge with Economic Geography to form the new Human Geography programme. As a result it is no longer possible to apply for Urban Geography.