Excellent students can attempt to graduate with a double specialisation consisting of a full research specialisation and one of the other specialisations (EDU, BS or SCS).
A double specialisation should comprise a full programme of one specialisation plus the specialisation-specific components of the second specialisation, with the Research specialisation counting as the ‘main’ specialisation. The number of credits for double specialisations thus must be at least 150 EC (Research + EDU-30), 160 EC (Research + BS; Research + SCS) or 180 EC (Research + EDU-60).
Students interested in completing a double specialisation should contact their mentor to discuss the options.
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