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Honors programs are frequently regarded as inspiring for redesigning curricula in higher education that incorporate 21st century skills. This explorative study focuses on eliciting students' perceptions regarding their learning gains related to these skills in honors programs. Results demonstrated high learning gains. Moreover, based on students' insights, each honors program can be characterized by its own profile regarding the type of 21st century skills. Further, in two honors programsdoi:10.31378/jehc.25 fatcat:npobtzsd4vghdk7mt5hzfyup44