About this course
This programme is entirely taught in English, where students will study American society from the perspectives of its hemispheric context, popular culture, history, literature, politics, economics, religion and race. Student can tailor-fit the curriculum to fit their academic and personal interests by specializing in a relevant minor and experiencing the U.S. first-hand by studying abroad for a semester at one of the University's exchange partners. Subject-matter expertise in U.S. economic, political, and cultural affairs combined with critical-thinking, independent research, and highly proficient English skills will set graduates apart in any future career.
- Diploma / high school (or proof of enrolment with expected date of graduation)
- Transcript (if your final transcript is not available yet, please send us a temporary transcript and include a list of courses yet to be completed)
- Motivation letter
- Proof English/Dutch language proficiency
- Internet based (itb) TOEFL: 92 (with a minimum of 21 on all items)
- IELTS Academic Module: 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 for all components)