Radboud University is a research university situated in Nijmegen – one of the oldest cities in Holland, dating back to Roman times. Today, it has some 165,000 inhabitants, 30,000 of whom are students.
When you decide to come to Radboud, you will be studying at the fastest rising Dutch university in the international university rankings. Moreover, the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to a professor and PhD student connected to Radboud University. Enrolling at a truly excellent institution, you will be guaranteed to be offered high-quality, research-based programmes.
Also, the Dutch ranking Keuzegids awarded Radboud University as "Best Traditional University" for 2015.
Radboud's personal style of teaching gives you the opportunity to work closely with leading researchers and excellent teachers in interactive, small seminars. Professors are easily approachable to discuss your study subjects.
The university offers 8 bachelor programs in English and 35 master programs in English.