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Honours minor Research Skills

The program of this minor consists of research methods (both quantitative and qualitative), statistics, scientific reasoning, and ethics. The theoretical knowledge is put into practice during an individually performed research project. Students who have successfully finished this minor are fully equipped to participate in applied, scientific research in their field of expertise. In addition, this minor offers a useful foundation for graduates who are interested in a Master’s program following their Bachelor’s degree.  

Aanvullende informatie

Language requirements for international non-Hanze UAS students

Students must have passive and active command of the English language and jargon. Within Health Care Studies, this has been translated as ‘Can reflect critically on English literature and can present it in English’. Students participating in the minor should master the English language at one of the following levels:

  • Academic IELTS 6.5 overall, or
  • internet based TOEFL 550, or
  • Dialang level B2.

The class has a capacity of 24. The programme is subject to cancellation if the minimum number of registered students has not been reached.


  • Bachelor level, third-year and fourth-year students of Health Care domain.
  • You have completed your first academic year and have earned at least 60 ECTS in the main phase (years 2- 3-(4)).
  • Letter of motivation
  • CV

You will work in an international multidisciplinary team and have command of the English language (graduation level secondary school). Useful additional personal characteristics for participation in such a team are: an open mind, the ability to listen actively, tolerance, flexibility, transparency in motives.

For Hanze University students (and those from Universities of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands):

  • Third -year students (approved by SCC)

For Exchange students:

Exchange students are selected by their home institution, but additional requirements apply. For a list of partners of the collaborating schools, please click International Cooperation.

For free-movers or short-course students:
- Successful completion of at least one-year university education and/or relevant professional experience.
- Language requirements


  • Assignment
  • Presentation
  • Paper
  • Knowledge exam
  • Report
  • Practical exam


Will be published in January on the intranet (blackboard).


Will be published in January on the intranet (blackboard).