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Understanding the field of Bible translations

Bible Translation in the Digital Age

Are you a BA student of Theology, Religion and Biblical Studies and are you interested in discovering trends in Bible translation, digital analysis and contextual theology?

Sign up for the minor in Bible Translation in a Digital Age

Admission and registration

  • Admission

    Registration for this minor is now possible. This minor is open for all Bachelor's students who have knowledge of at least one of the two basic languages of the Bible: Hebrew or Greek.

    If you wish to take this minor and you don’t study at the Faculty of Religion and Theology of VU Amsterdam, you do require the approval of the Examination Board of your own study programme.

    The minor is open to exchange and Semester in Amsterdam students.

  • Registration

    More information about Admission and Registration (Dutch: Aanmelden voor een minor).

    If you are not a student of the faculty Religion and Theology of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and would you like to take this minor? First request permission from your own Examination Board. Make sure that this permission is in place before the registration for the courses starts.

    You need to register for the courses you want to take. You can do this in the registration module on VU.nl. Take a look at the schedule for the course codes and pay attention to the registration deadlines.

    Are you an exchange student or Semester in Amsterdam student? The International Office is responsible for course approval and registration. Please contact either the Incoming Exchange Team or Semester in Amsterdam Team for details:

    Exchange programme – incoming@vu.nl

    Semester in Amsterdam programme – semesterinamsterdam@vu.nl

Do you want to know more, or do you need advice?

Don’t hesitate to contact Prof. dr. Matthijs de Jong