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The one-year Master's programme Holocaust and Genocide Studies explores 20th-century genocides from the vantage point of different disciplines.

Understanding the Unthinkable

Genocide and mass atrocities are often presented in a way that makes violence seem inexplicable, thus inexorable. Similarly perpetrators are portrayed as being actors motivated solely by an irrational hatred. And yet, genocide is a recurrent and contemporary historical dilemma. How can we explain this discrepancy? In the Master's programme Holocaust and Genocide Studies, we seek to demystify genocide by taking an interdisciplinary, scholarly approach to understanding genocide and mass atrocities.

Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the UvA

Key features of the Master's programme Holocaust and Genocide Studies:

The curriculum focuses on genocide and mass atrocities in the 20th century, encompassing the Holocaust, the Rwandan Genocide, the Armenian Genocide, Cambodia and other contemporary cases.

Wide-ranging engagement with genocide, from the causes to representations in the arts and transitional justice following mass atrocities.

An international student body.

The context of the Netherlands offers our students several advantages including the opportunity to visit genocide-related sites, as well as the international criminal tribunals in The Hague.

The programme is a collaboration between the University of Amsterdam and the Netherlands Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies. This integration of the programme with a well-established (more than 70 years old) research and archival centre makes the programme unique. You will have access to a specialised library of war, Holocaust, and genocide studies, as well as the potential draw the more than 2,500 metres of archival materials managed by the NIOD, and the expertise of NIOD researchers.

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Faculty of Humanities

Pilihan kuliah

Purna Waktu (60 ECTS, 12 MONTHS)

Biaya kuliah
€13.310,00 (Rp 218.035.458) per tahun
Tanggal mulai

Direncanakan September 2020

Tempat

University of Amsterdam

Spui 21,

AMSTERDAM,

Noord-Holland,

1012, Netherlands

Persyaratan masuk

Untuk mahasiswa dari Indonesia

Other English Language Requirements: TOEFL 237 computer-based/580 paper-based test.

Untuk mahasiswa internasional

The Master's programme Holocaust and Genocide Studies is open for application to all students with a Bachelor’s diploma from the UvA or from another accredited university, in History, Cultural Anthropology, European Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Law, and Sociology.

English language proficiency

  • IELTS Academic test: minimum score 6.5, at least 6.5 on each sub-score.
  • TOEFL Internet-based test: minimum score 92, at least 22 on each sub-score.