UT students can take minors the UT offers, but it is also possible to take a minor at another Dutch University or even abroad.
Minor at another Dutch University
The UT is member of a partnership between different educational institutes, called Kies op Maat. On this website you can apply for a minor at another Dutch educational institute. Your examination board needs to approve the minor of choice first. Therefor you can download a learning agreement through the KOM website.
Do you want to take a minor that's not listed on Kies op Maat? Write a proposal in collaboration with your study adviser. This needs to be submitted to your examination, who have to approve. If a payment is needed for taking this minor, make sure your study adviser and examination board are aware of this fact beforehand.
Within your elective space it is possible to opt for a stay abroad. Bear in mind that it can take six to twelve months to complete all the necessary preparations for study or internship abroad, so start familiarizing yourself as soon as possible.
Get in touch with your faculty contact person for specific information concerning studying abroad. More information about spending (a part of) a semester abroad can be found on the UT study abroad website.
Visit the annual Let's Go Fair to get to know more about the UT's partner universities around the globe, and learn more about studying abroad or an internship abroad.