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Meet Radboud University in Moscow or St. Petersburg

Announcements 22 September 2015, 06:19

If you’re interested in studying an English-taught Bachelor’s or Master’s programme abroad then come visit one of our presentations in Moscow on 29 September, or St. Petersburg on 12 October, free of charge of course.

Radboud University studentsIf you’re interested in studying an English-taught Bachelor’s or Master’s programme abroad then come visit one of our presentations in Moscow on 29 September, or St. Petersburg on 12 October, free of charge of course.

During these presentations our representatives will tell you all you need to know about studying abroad. We will give your more information about our English-taught Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, Radboud University, student life in Nijmegen and of course we will answer all questions that you might have.

Also, we will give you information about scholarships that are available for Russian students, other financial matters, application procedures and much more.

How to participate

The presentation in Moscow on 29 September will take place at the Neso Office. For more information and to sign-up for the session please visit our website:

Learn more about Radboud's presentation in Moscow.

The presentation in St. Petersburg on 12 October will take place at the Neso Office (Dutch Institute). For more information and to sign-up for the session please visit our website:

Learn more about Radboud's presentation in St. Petersburg.

About Radboud University

Radboud University is a top quality institution in the Netherlands with a strong focus on research. Renowned for its green campus in the oldest city of the Netherlands, a great physical infrastructure (libraries, laboratories, gymnasium, etc.) and a modern, fully equipped sports centre.

The university has an international focus and is home to several research institutes, including the NanoLab Nijmegen, Donders institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour and the Institute for Psycholinguistics: Max Planck.

The city of Nijmegen

Students at Radboud's green campus in NijmegenNowadays Nijmegen is a medium-sized city with about 170,000 inhabitants, including 30,000 students. A recent survey revealed that locals believed that students enrich the city with their enthusiasm and their liveliness.

Nijmegen is located near the German border, is crossed by a river and surrounded by green countryside. The old town extends on a hill along the river, with ancient buildings that have a typical Dutch architecture. The city offers a variety of cafes, pubs and cultural centers. It also has an efficient public transport system and is well connected to other cities of Holland, Germany and Belgium.

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