Courses for incoming exchange students

Course list Incoming exchange students

* Non-ESHCC exchange students can register on this website

This page lists the courses for History, Arts & Culture Studies and Media & Communication courses available in term 2,3 and 4 of 2021-2022. Students who are on campus, will be able to follow physical classes (lectures and tutorials). Online exchange students are welcome to travel to Rotterdam and follow the same classes on campus. If this is not possible, you can choose a limited number of courses we will offer online. 

More information on the content of the courses can be found by searching the course on the basis of the course code (CHxxx or CCxxx or CMxxxx) in the EUR Course Catalog. Also make sure to review the Study Information page for more insights into the workload, grading, rules, etc. Please note that ESHCC’s education is based on small interactive classes - therefore capacity is limited and attendance to almost all courses is mandatory. If you are a master student and interested in our graduate courses, please contact your exchange coordinator.

Instructions on how to register can be found at the bottom of this page. Before you continue, please make sure you carefully read the requirements below.

Restrictions

  • We have a limited number of spots for exchange students per course.
  • Students who wish to follow courses in their field of study at the home university, will have priority.
  • Make sure to review the Study Information page for more insights into the workload, grading, attendance rules, etc.
  • Only MA students can take MA courses
  • All courses not mentioned in the list below are not open to exchange students. 

Term 2 (8 November 2021 – 4 February 2022)
Attention: registration starts Friday 8 October at 12.00 (noon, CET) See the explanation below the course list.

History

  • CH2202 - International Business and Nation-States (7.5 EC)
  • CH2211 - Urban History (7.5 EC) *
  • CH2221 - World Politics after Empire (7.5 EC)
  • CH2219 - Mobility and Constructing Identities (7.5 EC) *

* For both on campus and online students. The on-campus lecture will be recorded.

Arts and Culture Studies

  • CC1003 - Sociology of Arts and Culture (10 EC) 
    Lecture in English, tutorial in English or Dutch (choose one)
  • CC1017 - Marketing Arts and Culture (5 EC)
  • CC2008 - Values of Culture (5 EC) * 
  • CC2010 - Introduction to Statistical Analysis (5 EC)
    Lecture in English, tutorial in English or Dutch (choose one)
  • CC2039 - Theory of the Avant-Garde (5 EC)
  • CC2044 - History of the Art Market (5 EC)
  • CC2050 - Consumption and Identity (5 EC) *
  • CC2051 - Cultural and Media Studies (5 EC)
  • CC2053 - Globalization, Culture and Place (5 EC) *
  • CC3107 - Economics of Cultural Heritage (5 EC)

* For both on campus and online students. The on-campus lecture will be recorded.

Media & Communication – BA courses

  • CM1012 - Media Industries and Audiences (5 EC)
  • CM1013 - Key Concepts in Social Sciences (5 EC)
  • CM2011 - Digital Content (5 EC)
  • CM2041 - Corporate Communication (5 EC) **
  • CM2049 - Global Advertising (5 EC) *
  • CM2062 - Consumer Behavior & Marketing Action (5 EC) *

* For both on campus and online students. The lecture will be recorded.
** For both on campus and online students. 1 online seminar group available.

Media & Communication – MA courses (On-campus only)

  • CM4105 - Strategic Mass Communication (5 EC)
  • CM4111 - Digital Media and Consumer Culture (5 EC)
  • CM4120 - Corporate Social Responsibility Communication (5 EC)
  • CM4115 - New Media Marketing and Advertising (5 EC)
  • CM4205 - Participating Audiences (5 EC)
  • CM4210 - Digital Media and Cultural Identities (5 EC)
  • CM4305 - Globalization and Media Industries (5 EC)
  • CM4604 - Privacy, Ethics and Social Impacts (5 EC)
  • CM4550 - Methods of Media Research II (5 EC)

Term 3 (08 February - 9 April 2021)

History

  • CH2203 - Emerging Economies and Global Labour (7.5 EC)
  • CH2205 - Europe in a Globalizing World: Migration, Citizenship and Identity (7.5 EC)

Arts and Culture Studies

  • CC1005 - Introduction to Economics of Arts and Culture (10 EC)
    Lecture in English, tutorial in English or Dutch (choose one tutorial)
  • CC1006 - Introduction to Cultural Policy (5 EC)
  • CC1018 - Introductie Kunst- Cultuurbeleid (5 EC) - CC1006 in Dutch
  • CC2015 - Sociology, Culture and Modernity (5 EC)
  • CC2017 - Advanced Economics of Arts and Culture (5 EC)
  • CC3105 - Advanced Economic Aspects of Cultural Industries (5 EC)
  • CC3123 - Introduction Arts Education (5 EC)

Media and Communications

  • CM1008 - Media Systems in Comparative Perspective (5 EC)
  • CM1009 - Communication as a Social Force (5 EC)
  • CM1014 - Communication and Organisations (5 EC)
  • CM2010 - Communication Management (5 EC)
  • CM2026 - Intercultural Communication at Work (5 EC)
  • CM2027 - Cultural Identities and New Media (5 EC)
  • CM2048 - War Representations in Media and Culture (5 EC)
  • CM2054 - Media and Consumer Culture (5 EC)
  • CM2060 - Cinema and Society (5 EC)
  • CM2066 - Privacy, Surveillance and New Media Technologies (5 EC)
  • CM2072 - Consumer Behavior & Marketing Action (5 EC)
  • CM2073 - Media in Latin-America (5 EC)
  • CM2074 - Social Media Marketing (5 EC)
  • CM2079 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Media and Creative Industries (5 EC)
  • CM2080 - Television Industries in the Age of Streaming (5 EC)
  • CM2081 - Consumer Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility (5 EC)
  • CM2083B - Consumer Behavior and Brand Loyalty (5 EC)
  • CM2086 - Communicating (in)equality in the City (5 EC)
  • CM2090 - Technology, Media and Identity (5 EC)
  • CM2092 - Artificial Intelligence for Social Design (5 EC)
  • CM2230 - Media and Politics (5 EC)
  • CM2234 - ICTs and Emerging Markets (5 EC)
  • CM3010 - Communication Ethics (5 EC)

Media & Communication – MA courses

  • CM4491 – Media Policies and Markets (5 EC)
  • CM4501 – Creative Labour (5 EC)
  • CM4493 – New Media, Politics and Campaigns (5 EC)
  • CM4605 – Digital Citizens and Communities - Applied user-based topics (5 EC)
  • CM4503 –  Media Entrepreneurship (5 EC)

Term 4 (12 April - 18 June 2021)

History

  • CH2204 - Capitalism and inequality (7.5 EC)
  • CH2206 - Religion, culture and global encounters (7.5 EC)
  • CH2210 - Representing War in Popular Historical Culture (7.5 EC)
  • CH2223 - Biopower: Feeding, Breeding and Bleeding for World Domination 1870-1950 (7.5 EC)
  • CH2224 - Global Environmental Politics (7.5 EC)

Arts and Culture Studies

  • CC1021 - Arts, Culture and the Media (10 EC)
  • CC1022 - Cultural and Creative Industries (5 EC)
  • CC1023 - De Culturele en Creative Industrieën (5 EC) - CC1023 in Dutch

Media and Communications

  • CM1007 - Communication Technologies and their Impacts (5 EC)
  • CM1010 - Intercultural Communication (5 EC)
  • CM2025 - Media, Children and Parents (5 EC)
  • CM2029 - Digital Media Analysis (5 EC)
  • CM2039 - Entertainment Media and Social Change (5 EC)
  • CM2064 - Cinemas in Context (5EC)
  • CM2068 - Surveillance in film, TV, and media platforms (5 EC)
  • CM2071 - Science Fiction and the Media (5 EC)
  • CM2083 - Consumer Behavior and Brand Loyalty (5 EC)
  • CM2087 - Public Speaking (5 EC)
  • CM2089 - Message Framing and Persuasion (5 EC)
  • CM2094 - Sustainability Communication: Systemic Approaches (5 EC)
  • CM2095 - Crisis Management: Leadership in Action (5 EC)
  • CM2252 - Transmedia Entertainment & Marketing (5 EC)

Media & Communication – MA courses
No MA courses available in Term 4. You can choose BA courses


Registration to our courses goes through OSIRIS > Cases (link will be available during registration period, see below). During the specific course registration periods (see timeline below), you can fill out your course preferences and submit your form there. Please click on "Start new case" - remember to disable your popup blocker and search for "ESHCC Incoming Exchange – Course Registrations." Please check the table below for information about when to register for our courses, and what the procedure is. 

Procedure (read and follow carefully!)

As soon as the registration period opens (Term 2: Friday 8 October at 12.00hrs, noon, CET), you will be able to fill out a form on OSIRIS by going to OSIRIS > Case > Start new case > ESHCC Incoming Exchange – Course Registrations.
In this form you will be asked to indicate how many courses you want to take and which courses you prefer. A few days after the deadline has passed, you will receive an email with the course(s) that has been assigned to you. This email will also contain further information about tutorial registration and more. Note that courses at ESHCC are generally small-scale and therefore have limited capacity; please take into consideration that you might not get your first choice, and that the procedure is first come, first serve. Therefore, please only list courses in your form that you would be interested in doing, because there is a chance you get them assigned. In addition, always carefully check the schedules of your preferred courses to make sure they do not take place at the same time.

Registration tutorials

Some courses have tutorials. After you have been selected for courses, you will automatically be registered for a tutorial that fits your schedule (of all courses) best.

Dropping courses

When you get your courses assigned, you can drop courses by sending an email to international@eshcc.eur.nl. However, you cannot change them to other courses.
There is no late registration period.

Registration Period courses 2021-2022

Course periodRegistration period
Fall semester - Term 12 August (midnight, CET) - 11 August 2021 (noon, CET)
Fall semester - Term 28 October (12.00 hrs, noon, CET) - 13 October 2021 (noon, CET) - start date and time has been postponed
Spring semester - Term 3 & Term 4

1 December (12.00 hrs, noon, CEST) – 10 December 2021 (noon, CEST)

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