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Faces of M&M: Eva Daussà

Have you ever wondered who the people are behind our BA and MA programme? In the next weeks, you will find out! We will be posting a range of portraits of teachers and students of our bachelor Minorities & Multilingualism and our master Multilingualism. This week, one of our favorite teachers: Eva Daussà! From wannabe…


Interview with Iris Busschers

Iris Busschers is a PhD from the University of Groningen. We had a chat with her and talked about her course LGBTQ+ Minorities: Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies. Hi Iris! Who are you? My name is Iris Busschers. I studied history and religious studies at the University of Groningen. Right now, I am wrapping up…


BA Minorities & Multilingualism once again a top-rated programme!

We don’t mean to brag but we’re so happy of having attained the label ‘topopleiding’ – top rated programme – in the Keuzegids ranking for 2019! We scored a whopping 84 points which means our bachelor programme Minorities & Multilingualism ranks as the 4th best programme in our university🏆 Thank you to all the teachers and…

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Our graduates understand the complexity of the contemporary world. Uniquely interdisciplinary, our programme integrates knowledge across areas such as culture, language, history, politics, sociology and anthropology. Out of the classroom, in-depth immersion experiences engage students in learning hands-on and in the field. Moreover, by graduation, many of our students display superior-level proficiency in at least one language other than English.

The interdisciplinary knowledge, intercultural fluency, and superior language ability that our students acquire make them invaluable to business and social-impact endeavors that span regions and industries. A degree adds to a diversity manager’s ability to negotiate across dividing lines and navigate cultural differences. Ultimately, the degree drives the success of our alumni in life after university.

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