The Hanze Honours College offers some 50 talent tracks for students to develop their talents. Students can share knowledge and experience and discover new knowledge and possibilities. The labour market is more and more demanding for beginning professionals. If you have a talent track on your diploma you’ll be one up!
If you have been admitted to one of the talent routes of your degree programme, you can call yourself an honours student. You are and will continue to be a student of the school where you are taking your bachelor programme and where you receive your diploma. When you follow a talent route you are also part of the Hanze Honours College. The Hanze Honours College offers you the possibility of meeting and working with honours students from other schools at certain lectures and multidisciplinary projects.
As an honours student you will get the extras that you are looking for. You will meet other talented Hanze students and you will work with lecturers and researchers, both from your own programme and from other Hanze programmes and schools. And you are among the first in line for challenging and prestigious assignments or work placements. Your honours status is by far the fastest road to be admitted to the Talent Group of Groningen, City of Talent.
Contact with industry
The Hanze Honours College is your ideal entry to interesting companies, organisations and institutions of repute. The project office of the Hanze Honours College receives complex and fascinating practical assignments to be carried out by honours students.
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