Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270
Founded in 1923, Radboud University has a strong tradition of high-quality and internationally accredited education and research. Leading academics and excellent professors help students with everything they need at a research university ranked in the top 1% worldwide. Together with Radboud University Medical Centre, Radboud has created an intellectual environment that inspires and challenges our students and staff so that they can extend the scope of academic disciplines and benefit society. Radboud University is a public university that owes its origins to the emancipation movement of the early twentieth century. In keeping with this tradition, staff and students feel a commitment to one another, to society and to the world. Our focus is on caring for each other and the world around us. We remain committed to the empowerment of social and cultural minorities. We want to have an impact, and in this we are guided by both academic questions and societal challenges.
In 2020, Radboud University was awarded with the title: “”Best traditional and general university of the Netherlands”” (Keuzegids Universiteiten 2020). In the past 9 years, Radboud University won this price 8 times. There are more than 18,000 universities worldwide. In 2021 The Times Higher Education (THE) ranked Radboud University at number 136, the QS ranking at 214 and the ARWU/Shanghai ranking at 101. Renowned for its green campus in the oldest city in the Netherlands, Radboud University counts over 24,500 students, with 1 in 10 students coming from abroad.
You will acquire essential scientific knowledge and skills to analyse global health issues in the field of infectious diseases, thereby linking molecular, clinical and population level aspects. You will learn to critically assess interventions that are aimed to reduce the global burden of infectious diseases and how to address these issues in low- and middle income countries.
The course aims to further educate on the scientific process in the medical sciences. You will be able to be inspired by participation in a clinical round, an interactive lab tour and research meetings, and to be in close contact to experts in the field for reflection on the assignments.
This Minor focuses on the acquisition of essential scientific knowledge and skills to contribute to the prevention, containment, rational antimicrobial treatment and control of infectious diseases in hospital and community settings, and will thereby prepare students for a research and clinical internship in this area.
At the end of this module, you will be able to distinguish different perspectives on media content, describe the relationship between ‘reality’ and its symbolic ‘representation’, and identify and apply different signs and sign systems that shape media reality, in the analysis of media content.
At the end of the course you will have an overview over the discipline of psychology and research methods in the social sciences. In addition, you are invited to act as a participant in research projects of other students to increase your understanding of the participants point of view and to be introduced to a wide variety of labs and research approaches.
The aim of the course is to give students a first impression of the field of Artificial Intelligence, without going into too much technical detail. The course will cover what Artificial Intelligence is and an example of how AI techniques can be applied to an existing software system, fundamental search techniques and their application, and others.
This course focuses especially on global issues affecting the so-called Global South. This relates to issues such as climate change, trade, city planning, human mobility and transnational cooperation. In this course we seek to offer alternative approaches to interactions conceived as processes of globalisation by explicitly linking them to specific areas in the world, helping to thereby provide an integral analysis of place-space interconnectivities in globalisation processes.
After completing the course Borders and Identities in Europe the student is able to understand the academic and social debate on the continuous (re)production of national borders and identities in and of the bordering of EUrope itself as well
cross-border cooperation in the EU and with the near abroad outside the EU. Then, critically analyse and discuss these developments of (re)production and actively participate in discussions on the topic;
After finishing the course Space & Environment in the European Union the student is able to understand and explain the processes of EU policy-making and decision-making as well as the effects of spatially-relevant and environmental policies in the EU member states and regions; Understand and explain, from a theoretical perspective, the processes and outcomes of a Europeanisation of spatial and environmental policy arrangements and planning systems.
This course offers students an introduction to intercultural communication and the factors that shape and influence it. This course considers the concept of culture, and how culture influences our thinking, acting and being. It examines the influence of culture on verbal and non-verbal communication, the relationship between culture, identity and communication, and how cultural value orientations influence our worldview and the way we behave towards others.
In this module, students join the general introduction for international students at our university. Students are also advised to join the course in social Dutch. With respect to the academic curriculum, you can either apply with a letter of motivation to participate in the hours program of the Faculty of Social Sciences that offers a kick-off event and a module on creativity and education in the first semester for a diverse and interdisciplinary students.