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Four Bachelor's and two Master's courses are in the running to win the Faculty of Humanities Education Award 2021. The jury chose the shortlist from 29 submissions. The award for the best course will be handed out on Thursday, 1 July, during a festive gathering. You will soon also be able to vote in the Audience Award.

Bushuis Onderwijsprijs

Nominated courses:

  • Rhetoric and Writing (Bachelor's English Language and Culture) - Imogen Cohen
  • Contemporary World Literature - (Bachelor's English Language and Culture) – Emelia Quinn
  • Critical theories (Master's Filosofie) - Daniel Loick
  • Ken je Plaats: Wereldbeeld, Identiteit, en Conflict, 1550 tot 1650 – (Bachelor's Geschiedenis) - Djoeke van Netten and Jonas van Tol
  • Biophilia – (Bachelor's Cultuurwetenschappen) – Erik de Jong
  • De militaire revolutie. Oorlog en samenleving in de vroegmoderne tijd - (Master's Militaire Geschiedenis) - Djoeke van Netten and Jonas van Tol

Audience Award

An Audience Award will also be handed out. Everyone will be able to vote for the six nominees via the website. The course with the most votes will win the Audience Award. More information will soon be provided with regard to voting in the Audience Award.

Award ceremony

The Education Award ceremony will take place on Thursday, 1 July, at 16:00. 

About the Faculty of Humanities Education Award

The Faculty of Humanities Education Award is handed out annually to a Bachelor's or Master's course in which inspiring teaching methods are used or which can serve as an example for future teaching projects.