Sociology of Policy in Practice (MSc)
Sociology of Policy in Practice research internships
Within the Sociology of Policy in Practice specialisation you will develop a research project on prevailing policy problems.
Policy in Practice Research projects
In the Master programme of Cultural Anthropology and Development's Sociology of Policy in Practice track, students can work on an individual three-month research project with a non-governmental organisation (NGO), government agency, small or large-scale company, museum, or knowledge institute in the Netherlands or abroad.
The Research Internships are not internships in the conventional sense. Students conduct research on challenges faced by organizations, but the organizations involved do not have to offer the students a workplace or an internship allowance. Our students start working based on the request submitted, which serve as a starting point to conduct independent research. Supervision is being done by a teacher of the programme, as far as possible supplemented by someone from within the internship providing organisation. This means that it is not required for the organisation to offer intensive (daily) guidance.
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