As with all humanistic subsidiary subjects with restricted capacity, admission is based on a statement of grounds for the application, not exceeding one A4 page. In your application, you must present yourself briefly and explain why you wish to enrol. You must also describe how the subsidiary or supplementary subject is linked with the rest of your degree, including the type of job you are aiming for with the chosen subject combination. This statement must be enclosed with the application form. If you apply via the self-service system for students, the document describing the reasons for your application must be forwarded separately to the University Studies Office by 15 April.
Optional humanistic subjects are only offered if a sufficient number of students enrol. We therefore recommend that you indicate more than one subject on your application form, so that you are certain of admission to an optional subject, even if your first priority does not eventuate.
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