• Degree: International Relations (60734)
    Duration: 1 year
    This Master’s programme Conflict Studies and Human Rights focuses on the analysis of contemporary violent conflict with an emphasis on the interconnectedness of violence.
  • Degree: Culturele Antropologie (60745)
    Duration: 1 year
    Explore the relationship between citizenship, cultural diversity, and social sustainability.
  • Degree: Earth Sciences (66986)
    Duration: 2 years
    Earth Structure and Dynamics is the study of the composition, structure and evolution of the Earth’s crust, mantle and core.
  • Degree: Earth Sciences (66986)
    Duration: 2 years
    Earth Surface and Water is the study of physical phenomena within the Earth's environment, their spatial and temporal characteristics and relationships and the evolution towards our modern landscape.
  • Degree: Earth Sciences (66986)
    Duration: 2 years
    Earth, Life and Climate is an interdisciplinary study of the processes that govern past, present and future climates, environments and biotic responses.
  • Degree: Energy Science (60967)
    Duration: 2 years
    Energy Science provides a thorough understanding of energy systems and provides students the capabilities to work towards sustainable energy systems.
  • Degree: Arts & Culture (Research) (60829)
    Duration: 2 years
    In this Research Master programme you will learn to critically analyse how gender intersects with other social and historical categories such as race, class, age, religion and sexuality.
  • 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: Science and Innovation (60709)
    Duration: 2 years
    Innovation Sciences is the study of how new technologies are transformed into marketable innovations, explaining how innovation and innovation systems work.
  • 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: International Relations (60734)
    Duration: 1 year
    The Master of International Relations in Historical Perspective bridges the historical and political science approaches of international relations. In this way, the programme offers you the best of both worlds.
  • Degree: Earth Sciences (66986)
    Duration: 2 years
    Marine Sciences studies how marine systems and processes operate naturally and how they change through human intervention.
  • Degree: Interdisciplinary Social Science (60746)
    Duration: 1 year
    Social policy and interventions in the domain of health and wellbeing from an interdisciplinary perspective.
  • Degree: Psychology (66604)
    Duration: 1 year
    This programme will teach you how theories from the field of social, health and organisational psychology can contribute to the management of complex problems within these specific psychological areas.
  • Degree: Sociologie (66601)
    Duration: 1 year
    You will be thoroughly trained to analyse and advise on contemporary social issues. You will develop into an academic professional on your own chosen theme.
  • 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: Environmental Sciences (60810)
    Duration: 2 years
    Water Science and Management is the study of modern water management techniques and water policies from a sustainable development perspective.
  • Degree: Pedagogische Wetenschappen (66607)
    Duration: 1 year
    This interdisciplinary programme (Maatschappelijke opvoedingsvraagstukken) in Pedagogy teaches you to connect issues of youth and education to contemporary, (inter)national social issues.