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9712 CP Groningen, Netherlands, Adorp
Adorp, Groningen , Netherlands , 9712

Contact Details

Email : communicatie@rug.nl
Phone : +31 50 363 9111



University of Groningen- [UG], Netherland



Working Day

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,

Working time

09:00 am TO 05:00 pm

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The University of Groningen has a rich academic tradition dating back to 1614. From this tradition arose the first female student and the first female lecturer in the Netherlands, the first Dutch astronaut and the first president of the European Central Bank. Geographically, the University is rooted in the Northern part of the Netherlands, a region very close to its heart.The University provides high quality education and research in a broad range of disciplines. We distinguish ourselves in the international market through a close link between education and research and by focusing on three key elements: Energy, Healthy Ageing and Sustainable Society.  Not only are our education and research programmes socially relevant, but our researchers also collaborate with business partners, public institutions and the government. In addition, the University of Groningen stimulates current debate on scientific, social and cultural issues by providing convincing perspectives and fresh ideas, based on the latest scientific findings.


  Accommodation/Hostel   Library
  WI-FI Campus   CCTV Surveillance
  Multipurpose Hall   Group Study Space
  Cafeteria and Dinning Hall   Performing Arts - Music, Theater and Dance
  Smart Class Room   Indoor Play Area
  Outdoor Play Area   Guards 24*7

Fee Structure

1. Rs
Master of Science [MS] Finance

Full Time, On Campus,1 year

Master of Science [MS] Marketing

Full Time, On Campus,1 year


Most Dutch study programs include a trainee-ship. During a trainee-ship you are placed with a company or organization for some time (usually a few months) in order to gain practical experience or to do research. Foreign students may run into various problems when trying to set up a trainee-ship in the Netherlands or find work alongside their study. A common reason for this is that employers are not properly familiar with rules regarding foreign students. It is therefore useful to be prepared for a number of issues.

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