The College Social Sciences (CSW) offers the following disciplinary and interdisciplinary Bachelor's programmes in Anthropology.
The Graduate School of Social Sciences offers the following disciplinary and interdisciplinary Master's programmes in Anthropology.
Research Master's programmes
Research Master's programmes are two-year programmes specifically designed for excellent students aiming for a career in research. Compared to our one-year Master's programmes, they offer a more in-depth study, including additional research methodology, skills training, as well as hands-on experience in the top research groups of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research. The programmes prepare students for writing a PhD thesis and an academic career, as well as for a research oriented career outside academia.
The Graduate School of Social Sciences offers the following research Master's programme related to Anthropology:
(Tracks: Globalisation, flows and localities; Health, care and the body; Migration and integration)
The Summer Programmes office at the Graduate School of Social Sciences in Amsterdam offers a variety of intensive summer courses and tailor made programmes (in cooperation with host universities abroad) in a variety of fields. All programmes are taught in English. Anthropologists might find the following programmes interesting:
The Medical Anthropology and Sociology winter school courses takes place annually in January. These short, intensive courses are designed to offer students both overview and insight into the state of the art of medical anthropological research in three essential themes in health care. The courses are open to health and health-related professionals, PhD en Master's students in social science.