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The Master’s in Sociology at the University of Amsterdam offers a comprehensive programme focusing on current social issues. The Master's programme in Sociology teaches you how to think about sociological issues independently and offers you a sound understanding of sociological theory and methods.

In this programme, you will acquire intellectual and practical skills enabling you to analyse problems, structures and processes related to the coexistence of people.

With a wide range of courses on offer, the Master's in Sociology provides you with the opportunity to put together your own curriculum within a broad sociological spectrum.

Student profile

If you want to know what causes social problems, you have a desire to understand underlying processes, if you are critical and interested in alternative explanations for what happens in the world around you, if you want to conduct your own research and be inspired by the classical sociological scholars on current issues, then this is your study programme. In sum: this Master's is the right choice for you as a critical, inquiring student who has a desire to gain in-depth knowledge on current social issues and find solutions for these.

Specialisation tracks

Next to this Master's programme in Sociology, there are six English-language specialisation tracks in Sociology:​

  • Comparative Organisation and Labour Studies
  • Cultural Sociology
  • Gender, Sexuality and Society
  • Migration and Ethnic Studies
  • Social Problems and Social Policy
  • Urban Sociology

Saya termasuk departemen apa?

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Pilihan kuliah

Purna Waktu (60 ECTS, 12 MONTHS)

Biaya kuliah
€16.335,00 (Rp 267.588.972) per tahun
Tanggal mulai

Direncanakan September 2020

Tempat

University of Amsterdam

Spui 21,

AMSTERDAM,

Noord-Holland,

1012, Netherlands

Persyaratan masuk

Untuk mahasiswa internasional

Students with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology or in another closely related social sciences discipline (including economics and psychology) are invited to apply, provided they meet all other entry requirements.

English language proficiency

  • Internet-based test: minimum total score 100; minimum score on each component 24 (components are: listening, structure/writing, reading, and speaking)

  • Paper-based test: minimum score on each component 22; there is no minimum total score (components are: listening, structure/writing, and reading)
  • IELTS - A minimum of 7.0 for the test, with a minimum of 6.5 for each test component.
  • CAE and CPE: minimum score of C