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You get to choose your minor and pick something that suits you! How difficult can that be, right? But where do you start, how do you go about choosing a minor? We are here to help you.
  • Wide range of minors
  • Deepen your professional knowledge or broaden your horizon
  • Personal attention and guidance
  • We support you in discovering and developing your talents
  • Our minor education is at the heart of society
  • Always a strong link to the professional field

Minor finder

At Fontys, you can choose from around 70 minors (in Dutch and English). This is a wide range with a variety of subjects. Take a look at the complete range. You can use the finder to filter the minors according to your interests or keywords that you find interesting.

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Apply for a minor

From February 1st you can apply for a minor that starts in September 2023.
The application period closes on July 1st 2023.

From July 1st you can apply for a minor that starts in February 2024.
The application period closes on December 15th 2023.

A minor may have a numerus fixus, whereby registration closes when the minor is full, so make sure to make your choice on time!

To attend in the minor, the student must have:

  • Passed the propaedeutic phase or;
  • permission form the examination board of his/her programme.


More information

Do you find it difficult to make a choice? Book a session with your study coach or a career choice advisor

The purpose of the minor regulations is to inform you about what you as a student will learn in the minor, what the assessment will look like and when you will have completed the minor. As a student, you can derive rights from the minor regulation.

You can choose a minor if you have passed the propaedeutic phase of your bachelor’s degree. The minors in the Fontys assortment are almost all full-time and most of them are offered twice a year: in September and in February. Make sure that you check with your own study programme that there is no overlap with your major. This is mentioned in the Education and Examination Regulations (EER) of your programme, if necessary, consult your study counsellor. You can also go there if you want to choose a minor offered by your own study programme.


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My study career counselor helped me find the right direction.
Jesse Holten - commercial economics student