Students from the bachelor’s program Dutch Law need to follow mandatory courses in the fifth semester, but are free to follow one of the following minors (partially) extracurricular. Check the Education and Examination regulations for more information about how many ECTS can count towards graduation.
|Arts and Heritage||FASoS||24/30|
|Gender and Diversity Studies||FASoS||24/30|
|Globalisation and Development||FASoS||24/30|
|Great Thinkers: Leading Paradigms of Western Culture||FASoS||24/30|
|European Public Health||FHML||24/30|
|Fundamentals of Liberal Arts||FSE||25|
|Art, Law and Policy Making||FoL/FASoS/FSE||24/30|
|Human and Legal Decision-Making||FPN/FoL/SBE||24|
* Only UM students can apply for the minor in Psychology.
Please note: the application process for the academic year 2023-2024 takes place from 1 June 2023 up and until 30 June 2023 23.59 hours CET.
Please keep in mind that some minors have a limited number of available places.
How to apply for a minor:
- You should apply via the Special Course Request procedure via the Student Portal. Please choose all courses of the minor you want to participate in or mention the name of the Minor programme you opt for in a note.
- Your request will first be assessed by your own faculty. After approval the request will be forwarded to the offering faculty who assesses if you can be registered (is there still place, do you meet entrance requirements etc.).
- After approval you will receive further information on the registration procedure.
Need more help? Read the manual.
Please note: Before your registration is final, your application will be approved by the Board of Examiners of Dutch Law.