This minor is the only interdisciplinary minor on migration in the Netherlands. In this minor we focus on interactions between migrants, nation-states and borders, and supranational institutions and organizations. What does it mean to be a migrant or a refugee? What causes migration? How does it impact societies? How does migration complicate state authorities’ understandings of ethnic identities, multiculturalism and citizenship?
You also choose one of the following two courses:
For specific information about each course, please visit our study guide.
This minor is open to students from all study backgrounds at university level.
All students are kindly requested to register for the minor before June 1st by sending an e-mail to the minor coordinator.
Foreign students: see the website Semester in Amsterdam.
1 semester (30 EC)
Economie, Recht en Bestuur
Gedrag en Maatschappij
Kunst, Cultuur en Geschiedenis
Talen en Communicatie