Master programmes

It may not be possible to visit our campus in real life, but on this page you will find the most relevant information about all the master programmes we offer at Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication.

Some of them also include a Virtual Information Session to get you acquainted with our study programmes and our programme coordinators or student ambassadors. For any remaining questions please get in touch with us!

You will be trained to envision new possibilities and establish new models for the organization of arts and culture, using cutting-edge insights on policy, marketing, audiences and education.

You can work at the heart of (international) cultural organisations, government agencies, a cultural or creative NGO/SME. Be the one who defines new business models, gives PR advice or makes policies.

Are you interested in the social, cultural and ethical consequences of new and established technologies, the way that our use of terms like ‘privacy’ and ‘security’ actually shape people’s lives, the interplay between technology shaping our lives, and social actors shaping technology? Then this is the master for you.

In the Master Specialisation Applied History, you will learn the skills to analyse and tackle contemporary challenges from a historical perspective. This master offers you the opportunity to take a longer internship and instead of writing a traditional research paper as your thesis, you can also write a documentary script or a detailed outline for an exhibition.

In the master Global History and International Relations, you focus on cutting-edge questions related to historical processes of globalisation, international relations and cultural encounters.

This two year International Master combines the complementary and interdisciplinary expertise, resources and networks of seven leading universities in seven innovative and exciting cities.

You will be up for jobs such as media analyst, communications adviser, marketer, media planner, product/brand manager, and policy maker.

Media & Creative Industries covers current issues in organisation, policies, production, management, marketing and distribution of media companies and creative industries.

Many graduates fulfil management, marketing, and public relations functions in the media and communication sector, the creative industries or the art world. 

You will be an in-demand professional who works for governments or (inter)national organisations in the domains of tourism, heritage or culture. Create solutions for today's tourist industry.

Get in-depth, internationally focused, social-scientific training. Study key issues in media, arts and society. Go on to a PhD or a career in research, policy, or consultancy.

Would you like to obtain a Master's degree in History, Arts and Culture Studies or Media & Communication, but do you lack the correct prior education? Then you are a likely candidate to enrol in one of our pre-master programmes. These one-year programmes help you to bridge the knowledge gap and prepare you for one of our Master programmes.

You will follow several crucial courses at the bachelor’s level. There are also courses designed specifically for the Pre-Master's programme.

You will follow certain courses of the bachelor History. You will become acquainted with cultural, social and economic history and with the history of international relations. 

This is the premaster programme for Digitalisation, Surveillance & Societies, Media & Business, Media & Creative Industries en Media, Culture & Society. 

During the pre-master's programme, you will enrol in selected courses at the undergraduate level. You will become acquainted with key concepts and approaches in media and communication studies and the social sciences.

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