Our bachelor Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) will prepare you for future leadership positions in business, politics, academia and beyond. It offers thorough knowledge of the three core disciplines, and teaches you to apply this in an interdisciplinary way. The small-scale, intensive seminars that are part of our PPE programme take place in our own exclusive class rooms within the John Stuart Mill College, situated at the 4th floor of the main building of VU Amsterdam.
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
IV, choose the courses of two tracks in year 2.
Choose per track an elective in period 4 (6 EC) and an elective in
period 5 (6 EC).
|PPE in Practice III: Governance for Society||P3||6EC||W_JSM_207|
|PPE in Practice IV: Connected World||P6||6EC||W_JSM_208|
|Study Abroad PPE||P1+2+3||30EC||W_JSM_301|
|PPE in Practice V: Advanced Topics||P4||6EC||W_JSM_302|
General information about the Honours Programme, see:
the evening by lecturers from our School. The classes are small and you
will be expected to give presentations, write papers and make an active
contribution to discussions.
The 6 credits of the Research Assistantship count only as elective and
not as credits to fulfill the 12 credits of SBE honours courses.
You have to choose at least 12 credits of SBE honours courses from the
list below. Enrollment into these courses is via VUnet, except for a
mainly in the evening by lecturers from Vrije Universiteit, the
University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam University College, as well as
guest lecturers from the Netherlands and abroad. The classes are small
and you will be expected to give presentations, write papers and make an
active contribution to discussions.
You have to choose at least 12 credits of Interdepartmental honours
courses from the overview of interdepartmental honours courses, as well
as an application form, at: http://www.vu.nl/honourscourses.