- Degree type
- Language of education
- Dutch, English
- 12 months
- Tuition fee EU/EEA
- Please enquire
- Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
- Please enquire
- Education type
- Start of program
- Application deadline
- Netherlands Government
- Type of institution
- Research University
Make sense of now: in the swirl of changes in science, technology, the media, politics, and ideologies, spot the historical trends in international relations and shape your own professional future.
Get a fix on the past, and help shape the future: take a multi-disciplinary, globally oriented approach to political, social, and economic trends. Sharpen your analytical and critical skills, and get the tools you need to do cutting-edge research with literature and original sources.
Intern in museums, archives, or other institutions, or do fieldwork in non-Western societies, and get a start on a policy-oriented career in government, business, the media, or education, or on an academic career.
Erasmus is a top-ranked institution in an international, forward-looking, multi-cultural city. The programme is taught by renowned faculty who give you the individual attention you need as you contribute to our understanding of a fast-changing world.
Master Thesis Class History of Society; Political Economy of Development in Asia; Non-western Prospectives on World History; Japan: From Isolationist to World Power; Early Modern Political Thought; New Nation States and their Position in Europe: Germany from the 1860s.
The emphasis in this master's degree programme is on independently designing and conducting historical research using social scientific and cultural-historical notions and methods.
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 7, TOEFL paper based: 600, TOEFL computer based: 250, TOEFL internet based: 100
More information about Master Admission