Below you find the four phases of the More Than A Degree program, the overview of the More Than A Degree program can be found here.
1. Association member
This phase takes the least amount of effort and is seen as the basis for every student concerning the development of competencies outside the curriculum. Skills that you can gain in this stage are social skills, networking skills, involvement, organisational awareness, and assertiveness.
2. Small ACTIVISM
In this phase, you as a student are working on (voluntary) work for associations and/or foundations. Even though you have more responsibility in this phase, it is still permissible to make mistakes that you can learn from. Competences you developed during this phase. In the ideal case, you start small activism in your first year. The (extra) competences that you may develop in this phase are cooperation, result orientation, liability, and flexibility.
3. Large ACTIVISM
When you are ready for large activism, you can make the decision to join a large committee or a board. A good orientation possibility for large activism is the Activisme-Markt. Extra competences that you can develop during large activism are vision, leadership, management, delegation, and decisiveness.
4. ACTIVISM AMBASSADor
After you have gained experience in the various phases, you will gradually enter the fourth phase of More Than A Degree. You can think of an Advisory Board of various other advising and coaching functions in the student life. A primary competence that you develop in this phase is coaching.