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onderwijsvormencase study, literature study, oral presentation, internship, computer exercise, research, research project, research proposal, lecture, group assignment, portfolio, group discussion, poster presentation, individual assignment, practicum, self study, project, seminar
instruction modesThe programme offers a range of learning and teaching methods that aim at self-development, with the support and inspiration of staff members. Much face-to-face teaching takes place in small-scale group research assignments, seminars and learning labs. In year 1 and 2 students are organized in intercultural learning communities or year groups of 20 students, allowing them to get to know each other, encouraging and stimulating one another to finish courses and the degree succesfully and in time.
teachersThe academic staff has a highly international profile, with work experience in a variety of cultural settings. They have experience with international academic collaboration, conferences and publications. This connects to the increasing global nature of both the practices of media production and consumption as well as the field of Media Studies. Professional skills courses are taught by active and renowned media practitioners with relevant and up-to-date experience and industry knowledge.
study guidanceIf you have any questions or doubts about your studies, you can always contact the study advisor. He or she knows all the ins and outs of the programme, the profiles offered, studying abroad and personal planning. Study advisors are impartial and everything that is discussed is treated confidentially. They can also help you find the right institutions and student desks for any problems you might encounter.
study abroadTo further encourage the international profile of the students, the programme structure allows students to spend one semester at a partner university abroad in the third year of their studies. The Department offers exchange programmes within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Erasmus and Marco Polo.