Try out two new Bachelor's programmes online
Starting in September 2017, two new English-taught bachelor’s programmes will be offered by Leiden University’s Faculty of Humanities: Arts, Media and Society and Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives. People looking to get a taste of the programmes can partake in the ‘online experience’: a couple of mini-lectures followed by an assignment and topical questions.
You may be considering joining the Arts, Media and Society or Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives programme in September, or you might just be curious about the new programmes and what they have to offer. This is where the online experience comes in: the online course resembles a first-year class (though shorter!) and gives you an idea of the type of material you may encounter during the programme. What’s more: it’s free of charge and you can participate whenever you want!
All you have to do is register and then you may start whenever you are ready. You will begin by watching two ten-minute lectures, read a text and complete a few assignments. After you complete the experience, you will receive feedback on your assignments.