Master

Kunst, Literatuur en Samenleving

Vind je het interessant om meer te leren over de kritische rol die kunstenaars, filosofen, schrijvers en dichters spelen in onze hedendaagse samenleving? En wil je leren wat jijzelf, als toekomstig cultuurwetenschapper, hierin kunt betekenen? Dan is de masteropleiding Kunst, Literatuur en Samenleving iets voor jou! De opleiding is bedoeld voor kritische en creatieve denkers met uiteenlopende interesses. Als afgestudeerde van deze opleiding heb je een breed inzicht in actuele kwesties die van nationaal en internationaal belang zijn, heb je ervaring in het voeren van stevige debatten en ben je in staat zelf een rol te spelen in hedendaagse controverses op het gebied van kunst en literatuur.

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Wij vinden het belangrijk om je voor te bereiden op de Nederlandse en internationale arbeidsmarkt. Daarom worden de meeste vakken in de opleiding Kunst, Literatuur en Samenleving in het Engels gedoceerd. Je krijgt echter de mogelijkheid om Nederlandse academische vaardigheden trainingen te volgen, Nederlandse essays te schrijven en in het Nederlands je scriptie te schrijven.

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Felix Quarnström, Student Ambassadeur Kunst, Literatuur en Samenleving

Felix Quarnström is from Finland, he has a bachelor’s degree in Art, Literature & Culture, specialisation Arts and Culture from Maastricht University and decided to come back to Maastricht for the master’s programme in Art, Literature and Society. “After my bachelor’s degree I took a gap year and moved to Berlin, like many of my fellow students. I tried to find a job but when that didn’t work out, I went back to Finland and worked a while as a radio host. I always knew that I wanted to do a master’s programme, the question was which one. I looked at semiotics, one of my favourite topics, and film-related studies. Considered other universities as well, but in the end I found I missed Maastricht. I’d really enjoyed my bachelor’s study here, so I figured I would definitely like this master’s programme as well, if not more. And I do! So far, it’s been great. I’m definitely not done with studying yet and might take up a second master’s after this year.”

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Felix Quarnström, Ambassador Art, Literature and Society 2017-2018 (2)

“It’s inspirational to look at the world from different angles while keeping an open eye to what’s happening around you.”

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