Radboud University

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Radboud University: a leading academic community

Renowned for its green campus in the oldest city of the Netherlands, Radboud University enrols over 19,000 students in more than 100 study programmes of which 11 Bachelor’s tracks and 38 Master’s programmes are fully taught in English. There are excellent opportunities to do PhD research. The university has an international focus, with more than 10% of students coming from abroad.

Small-scale classes and room for personal development

The University has adopted a student-oriented teaching style. Characteristics of this approach are instruction in study groups, the organisation of courses as a series of study tasks, and room for individual responsibility and independence. Radboud University encourages students to carry out research themselves, under supervision of a personal tutor and, above all, to look further than the confines of their own discipline. The Dutch university information guide ‘Keuzegids Universiteiten’ lists Radboud University as the best general university in the Netherlands.

Nobel Prize for Physics

Two professors connected to Radboud University won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2010. Professor Konstantin Novoselov and Professor Andre Geim won the prize for their research into the properties of graphene, the thinnest material in the world.

Radboud University holds position 121 in the Times Higher Education World University (2016), and  136 in the ARWU/Shanghai Ranking (2017).


We assist in finding housing for students enrolled in a Master’s degree programme who apply for admission and the OTS scholarship before 1 March 2018. International students can expect to receive a warm welcome during the orientation week, organised specifically to get to know the University, fellow students, and the city.

Nijmegen, a student-friendly city

Nijmegen lies in the heart of Western Europe, 1,5 hour away from the capital Amsterdam and a few hours from Paris, London and Berlin. It is the oldest city in the Netherlands, it’s history dates back to Roman times. Today it has some 170,000 inhabitants, 30,000 of whom are students. It is a lively university city with a variety of restaurants, cafés, and a wide range of cultural & sports activities. The cultural centre LUX - the largest art house in the Netherlands - offers theatre, music, debate and multimedia. Nijmegen is surrounded by a beautiful varied countryside, with forest, polders and riverside beaches. It is a friendly and safe place to live and study.


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