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Radboud University Nijmegen 1923

Nijmegen (Netherlands)

6525 XZ Radboud University Nijmegen, Houtlaan 4, Nijmegen, Netherlands

Tel. 0031 24 361 61 61

Year of establishment: 1923

Radboud University is a broad, international oriented university that aspires to be one of the best in Europe. Together with Radboudumc, we have created an intellectual environment that inspires and challenges our students and staff.

Radboud University is one of the leading academic communities in the Netherlands. Our top-flight education and research take place in modern buildings with state-of-the-art facilities, located on a beautiful, green campus. Research and education at Radboud University cover a wide range of disciplines, from life sciences, to law, language, and literature. There is plenty of choice for specialising but we also stimulate our students to look beyond their own discipline for we truly believe that a broad scope will lead to new and exciting insights. We are a close-knit community where academics from different faculties – thanks to being at walking-distance from each other – often work together in cross-disciplinary teams. Therefore, as a Master’s student at Radboud University, you will not only be able to converse with your fellow students, but also with students from other programmes, teachers, professors, and top-notch scientists. These meetings will stimulate you to take a fresh look at things and change your perspective. In turn you, as an international student, can stimulate others to change their perspective. The strength of the university lies in its personal approach. Our Master’s students receive individual guidance from top researchers. Students’ studies are also directly integrated with the work done at the university’s 17 research institutes – a number of which are top in their field. This offers unique opportunities to undergraduates, postgraduates and doctoral candidates alike. It is one of the reasons why an increasing number of students and scientists from all over the world choose to study and work in Nijmegen.

THE Ranking: 123
Academic Rankings World University/ Shangai Ranking 2019: 104
QS World University Rankings: 204

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Accounting and Finance Accounting and Finance
Anthropology Anthropology
Art Art
Biosciences Biosciences
Business, Management and Marketing Business, Management and Marketing
Chemistry Chemistry
Computer Science and Information Systems Computer Science and Information Systems
Earth and Marine Sciences Earth and Marine Sciences
Economics Economics
Education Education
English and Creative Writing English and Creative Writing
Geography and Environmental Studies Geography and Environmental Studies
History History
History of Art History of Art
Journalism, publishing and public relations Journalism, publishing and public relations
Law Law
Mathematics Mathematics
Media and film studies Media and film studies
Modern languages and Linguistics Modern languages and Linguistics
Philosophy Philosophy
Physics Physics
Politics Politics
Psychology Psychology
Religious studies and theology Religious studies and theology
Social policy and administration Social policy and administration
Sociology Sociology


Regular and Research Master’s programmes Radboud University offers a full range of Master’s programmes taught in English. In addition to regular Master’s programmes, the University offers two-year Research Master’s programmes. Both lead to a high-quality Master’s degree, with the difference that Research Master’s are intended for students who are planning on a scientific career. These two-year programmes are highly selective and are an excellent preparation for a PhD. All Master’s programmes have been internationally accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO)


Radboud University offers eight English-taught Bachelor’s programmes in the following disciplines:Artificial Intelligence, Arts and Culture Studies, Chemistry, International Business Administration, International Business Communication, International Economics and Business, Molecular Life Sciences, Psychology


Radboud University awards a number of scholarships to non- EEA students who wish to follow certain Master’s programmes, the Radboud Scholarship Programme (RSP). The programme covers part of the tuition fee (which is charged at the EEA rate) and the cost of a visa. The University will also pay for your residence permit as well as insurance during your study. Application for RSP closes on 1 April. You can apply together with your application for your Master’s programme. Visit our website to find out which programmes qualify for the RSP. > For other scholarship and grant options like e.g. the Orange Tulip, Scholarship (OTS) and the Holland Scholarship (HSP), please visit >

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