International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies

The list of courses available in 2019-2020 are listed below, per term.
Please note, the course descriptions of 2019-2020 will not be published until 24 July.
The current links to the course descriptions refer to the course descriptions of 2018-2019

Restrictions:

  • History and Arts & Culture Studies exchange students should follow at least 50% of their total number of courses within the History and/or Arts & Culture Studies
  • Students who study Arts and Culture Studies (or Arts and Culture Studies related programs) as their major, have priority.
  • We have a limited number of spots for exchange students per course.
  • Make sure to review the Study Information page for more insights into the workload, grading, attendance rules, etc.

Term 1 (9 September - 8 November 2019)

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students only:

CC1001 - History of Western Arts and Culture (10 EC*); (Please note: the content of this course is quite similar to CC9001, but it's for a different group of students)
CC2005 - Contemporary Approaches in Cultural Sociology (5 EC);
CC2043 - Cultural Heritage Studies (5 EC);
CC2051 - Cultural Studies (5 EC)
CC2052 - Popular Music in Society & Industry (5 EC)
CC9001 - Art, Culture and History (5 EC); (Please note: the content of this course is quite similar to CC1001, but it's for a different group of students)
CC9002 - Art, Culture and Society (5 EC);
CC9007 - The Cultural Economic Perspective (5 EC);
CC9008 - Money and the Fine Arts (5 EC);
CC9009 - Creative Economy and Creative Organizations (5 EC);
CC9010 - The Art of Filmmaking (5 EC);

MINESHCC-8 2016 - Fashion Industry (15 EC);
For the minor Fashion Industry we have reserved 3 spots for exchange students. The rest of the spots are reserved for full degree students of our Bachelor's degree program.
Students who are selected for this minor should follow these three courses:

Restrictions for the minor Fashion Industry:

  • It's not possible to follow just one or two of these courses.
  • You will only receive credits for this minor (15 EC) if you pass all three courses.
  • Because of the workload it's not possible to follow courses next to the courses of this minor.

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students and other exchange students:

CC2007 - Aesthetics (5 EC);

Term 2 (11 November 2019 - 7 February 2020)

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students only:

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)
CC2053 - Globalization, Culture and Place (5 EC)
CC3107 - Economics of Cultural Heritage (5 EC)
CC3124 - Audience Studies: Current Perspectives (5 EC)

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students and other exchange students:

CC2050 - Consumption and Identity (5 EC)
CC3125 - Art, Literature and Capitalism: Battling Histories (5 EC) - This course has been cancelled.

Term 3 (10 February - 10 April 2020)

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students only:

CC1005 - Economics of Arts and Culture (10 EC)
Lecture in English, tutorial in English or Dutch (choose one)
CC1006 - Cultural Policy (5 EC) - in English
or
CC1018 - Cultuurbeleid (5 EC) - in Dutch
CC3105 - Advanced Economic Aspects of Cultural Industries (5 EC)
CC3123 - Introduction Arts Education (5 EC) - in English
or
CC2045 - Introductie Kunsteducatie (5 EC) - in Dutch

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students and other exchange students:

CC2015 - Sociology, Culture and Modernity (5 EC)
CC2017 - Advanced Economics of Arts and Culture (5 EC)

Term 4 (13 April - 19 June 2020)

Available for Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication exchange students only:

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

* European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)

Resit Period: 22 June - 10 July 2020

Registration Procedure

It's not longer possible to register for courses of term 1. Please check the registration periods of term 2, 3 and 4.
Registration to our courses goes through OSIRIS> Cases. During the specific course registration periods (see timeline below), you will be able to 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 History & Arts and Culture Studies." 
Please check the table below for information about when to register for our courses, and what the procedure is. 

Registration Period

Course periodRegistration period
Term 129 July (9 AM, CEST*) - 14 August (noon, CEST)
Term 230 September (9 AM, CEST*) - 16 October (noon, CEST)
Term 3 & Term 423 December  (9 AM, CEST*) - 15 January (noon, CEST)
 

* Do not fill out the form before the starting time of 9 AM of the opening day.
If you do, you will drop to the bottom of the first come first serve list of that day.

Procedure (read and follow carefully!)

As soon as the registration period opens, you will be able to fill out a form on OSIRIS by going to OSIRIS > Case > Start new case > ESHCC Incoming History & Arts and Culture Studies.
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 workgroup registration and more. Note that History and Arts & Culture Studies courses 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.

Dropping or adding courses

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