News about education in the Netherlands
The results of the annual Keuzegids Universiteiten information guide are in, and Radboud University has once again been voted best traditional general university in the Netherlands, adding to its six-year winning streak.
Radboud University invites prospective students to visit the Netherlands and attend its Open Day. During this event, scheduled for the 11th March, 2017, the university will showcase its international Master’s programmes.
Radboud University offers a variety of scholarships to exceptional Bachelor’s and Master’s students. These scholarships can substantially reduce tuition fees and, in certain cases, can be used to cover other expenses.
As a result of a research based on the 2016-2017 enrolments, we are happy to announce a noticeable increase in the percentage of first-year international students at Radboud University. The rate of these students grew to 21%, compared to the 12% of last year.
The independent Dutch student website, studentenwegwijzer.nl, has revealed the results of their 2015 survey which asked students to assess how safe they thought the city they study in is. In this survey, Nijmegen took 1st place, with 60% of respondents considering the city to be “safe” or “very safe”.
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 in association with Nuffic Neso Russia, offers a special scholarship programme for talented Russian students to study in Holland. This Orange Tulip scholarship is available for all English-taught Master’s programmes at Radboud University with the exception of the Erasmus Mundus Master’s. The deadline for applications for the OTS is 1 April 2015, so apply quickly if you still want to join in!
Radboud University will begin offering a new Master’s specialisation in Microbiology as of September 2015. Master’s students enrolled in the Biology and Molecular Sciences programme will be able to choose this domain of expertise. The new 2-year specialisation will focus on microbial research in general and clinical microbiology and biotechnology.
Without actually visiting the campus, it can be difficult to get a good impression of the university where you might go to pursue your Master’s degree. That is why Radboud University invites you to come to the Open Day for international students on Saturday, 7th March, 2015!
Radboud University Nijmegen invites you to attend their Open Day for prospective Master's students on Saturday, March 15th, 2014. By joining this event you will get a guided tour of the city of Nijmegen and the university campus from a current international student.