University of Groningen the Netherlands

About University of Groningen

History

The University of Groningen is one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands, founded in 1614. The institution is research intensive and offers a range of highly regarded bachelors, masters and PhD's in all fields, completely in English.

International Admissions

The university has a student body of 30,000, of which almost 5,000 are international students. An international curriculum has been developed to produce graduates who are ready for a career in a global environment.

International admissions to the University of Groningen can be made online. Entry requirements to courses will vary depending on the level of study and course chosen. General entry requirements will also include English language proficiency, however, these will also vary depending on the faculty of the chosen course.

Subject Areas

Courses are offered at the University in the following subject areas:

  • Economics and Business
  • Arts
  • Law
  • Theology and Religious Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Behavioural and Social Sciences
  • Medical Sciences
  • Science and Engineering
  • Spatial Sciences

Location of University of Groningen

University of Groningen main campus is shown on the map below:

Read more about studying in the Netherlands

Courses at University of Groningen

There are 197 courses listed from University of Groningen. These are displayed below in alphabetical order: