On this page, current students will find useful documents for their study at the Graduate Gender Programme.
The Master’s Programme Gender Studies is part of the Master Arts and Culture. The programme lasts for one year and has a 60 EC study load. Please refer to the programme book 2019-2020 as a supplement to the student website and as a guide during your first weeks of the academic year.
The Master’s Programme Gender Studies (Research) lasts for two years and has a 120 EC study load. The academic year is divided into 4 blocks. Each block you take 15 EC worth of courses. Please refer to the programme book 2019-2020 as a supplement to the student website and as a guide during your first weeks of the academic year.
The website for current students in the RMA Gender Studies.
Check out the Gender Studies collection at the Humanities Library at Drift 27! And please find here the UU Gender Studies Library Guide made by one of our Gender Studies graduates. Here you can find information on how to use the library efficiently, where you can find what, and how to use databases to their full benefit.
Checklist for worried writers: what the teachers look for when they grade your paper, and what second readers/supervisors look for when they engage with your work.
Q&A Grades: everything you ever wanted to know about grades but were afraid to ask.
Guidelines for the analysis of a theoretical argument.
Guidelines on how to write an essay.
Manual for writing a master’s thesis in Gender Studies (formally known as the master 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!