literature study, internship, tutorial, lecture, group discussion, self evaluation, individual assignment, self study, integration module, project
Research seminars, lectures, study abroad, internship, Master's dissertation.
Students acquire the knowledge, skills and insight into American Studies needed to do independent scientific research and to be able to work in society at an academic level.
If you have any questions about your studies, you may contact the American Studies academic advisor who can assist you with academic planning, university services, and other relevant matters. Students can schedule an appointment via the Office of Student Affairs or stop by during the advisor's weekly walk-in hours to discuss a variety of academic issues.
Possibility to study in North or South America
Minimum of 30 ECTS
Studying abroad during the second semester of your Master's program can complement your American Studies experience at The University of Groningen. As availability permits, you can apply to study abroad at one of our first-rated exchange partner institutions in North and South America and enroll in a variety of courses of your choosing.
This is your opportunity to experience first-hand everything you have studied in the classroom, a truly enriching opportunity for students, both academically and personally!
For more information regarding exchange locations, please visit the Department of American Studies website at https://www.rug.nl/let/studeren-bij-ons/american-studies/internationalization/