Radboud University Radboud Universiteit
Radboud University is one of the leading academic communities in the Netherlands with a strong focus on research. It was established in 1923 in the oldest city of the Netherlands – Nijmegen.
Renowned for its green campus, it enrols over 19,000 students in 127 study programmes, of which 2 Bachelor’s tracks and 39 Master’s programmes are fully taught in English. All programs are highly research based and pertain to the fields of medical sciences, religious studies and theology, medical and social sciences, management.
Radboud University is also home to numerous research institutes such as the NanoLab Nijmegen, Max Planck Institute, the Donders Centre for Cognition and many more.