As anthropologists, we work every day for a better understanding of the world. We study the most relevant questions of our time. The diversity of humankind in all its forms. We do this not just from our own perspective, but through the eyes of others. This is what makes anthropology different.
Our researchers can be found all over the world. We consider it of the utmost importance to contribute to answering the questions of today's world. We do so through our research programme Mobilities, Beliefs & Belonging (MOBB) and by orienting ourselves towards ‘applying anthropology’ in practice.
We offer two degree programmes: bachelor's and master's, as well as a pre-master's programme. Several times over the past years, these have been ranked at the top of anthropology programmes in the Netherlands. We have a broad focus, with the whole world as our 'field'. Our programmes are not one-way traffic. Through active learning we put the learning process and the development of the student centre stage. Students actively shape their own studies. In addition, we take advantage of student diversity to enrich our classes.
On these pages you will find more information about our curriculum: