Protocols and Documents

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Admission to the MA1 or MA2 programme:
Here you can find the general information on the application for the master programmes. 
 
 
Graduation procedure for MA1 Comparative Women's Studies students: 
Please find the information on your graduation in 2011-2012 here.
Click here to find the dates of the graduation ceremonies for 2011-2012 (the days on which you receive your master degree in a festive session for famliy and friends).
Information and dates on the graduation for the year 2012-2013 will be announced later.
 
Graduation procedure for MA2 Gender and Ethnicity students & GEMMA students:
MA2 and GEMMA students follow the same procedure
Click here to find the dates of the graduation ceremonies for 2011-2012 (the days on which you receive your research master degree in a festive session for famliy and friends).
Information and dates on the graduation for the year 2012-2013 will be announced later.
 
Other useful documents:
  • What the teachers look for when they grade your paper, and what the second reader/supervisor read for in your thesis. A checklist for worried writers.
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about grades but were afraid to ask.
  • Guidelines for the analysis of a theoretical argument.
  • How to write an essay.
  • Manual for writing a master's thesis in Comparative Women's Studies in Culture and Politics at Utrecht University, but also a very handy do-it-yourself guide to feminist scholarly writing for all students! 
  • The Student's Companion to Gender Studies 2012-2013 can be downloaded here