Maastricht University's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is responsible for education in philosophy, history, literature, arts & media studies, science & technology studies, political science, international relations, gender studies and globalisation & development studies.
You will need a nomination from your home university to become an exchange student at Maastricht University. Download the application instructions to learn more about how you can apply at FASoS. Deadlines for the spring semester and a full year are 15 October 2016 for non-EU students and 1 November 2016 for EU students.
In the fall semester 2016 the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers five minor programmes with a study load of 30 ects each. These programmes consist of three coherent courses. They are not only attended by 2nd and 3rd year students from our faculty, but also by students from other faculties with various types of educational backgrounds, thus offering an interesting and very international learning environment!
We strongly advise our incoming exchange students to choose one of the minor programmes.
However, if none of these programmes are of your interest, you can choose courses from the BA European Studies or BA Arts & Culture. But please note that it may not always be possible to obtain 30 ects in one semester.
Please select the programme of your choice and send the course registration form to:
|Overview and course descriptions Minor European Studies||Course registration form Minors||20 May 2016|
|Overview and course descriptions Minor Globalisation and Development||Course registration form Minors||20 May 2016|
|Overview and course descriptions Minor Crucial Differences||Course registration form Minors||20 May 2016|
|Overview and course descriptions Minor Arts and Heritage||Course registration form Minors||20 May 2016|
|Overview and course descriptions Minor Creative Writing||Application form Minor Creative Writing||6 May 2016 (*)|
|Overview and course descriptions Bachelor European Studies||Course registration form BA ES||20 May 2016|
|Overview and course descriptions Bachelor Arts and Culture||Course registration form BA A&C||20 May 2016|
(*) selective, limited number of places
The programmes and application instructions for the academic year 2016/2017 spring semester will be published here in the first week of September.
English is the language of instruction in all of our programmes. As the Problem Based Learning method requires active participation in group meetings, it is important that you have a good working knowledge of English. You have to be able to read the required literature, to participate in tutorial group discussions, and to take written and oral examinations. If English is not your native language, you are therefore required to submit a proof of English language proficiency. We recommend the following minimum level: TOEFL iBT 90, IELTS 6.5, or CEF level B2.
Ms. Ine Mourmans, incoming exchange officer
+31 43 3882770
Ms. Resi Schenk, Coordinator International Relations
+31 43 3883487
Ms. Sabine Vanhouwe, outgoing exchange officer
+31 43 3882032