Radboud University is one of the leading academic communities in the Netherlands with a strong focus on research. Renowned for its green campus in the oldest city of the Netherlands, it enrolls over 19,000 students in 107 study programmes, of which 8 Bachelor's programmes and 38 Master’s programmes, fully taught in English. Also, there are good opportunities to do PhD research. The University has an international focus, with approximately 10% of students coming from abroad.
Currently, we hold the 190th place in the QS World Universities Ranking and position 125 in the Times Higher Education World University Ranking. In 2010, two professors connected to Radboud University won the Nobel Prize for Physics. Professor Konstantin Novoselov and Professor Andre Geim won the prize for their research into the properties of graphene, the thinnest material in the world.
All our programmes are full-time on-campus studies and are internationally accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). Radboud University offers English-language Master's programmes in the following disciplines:
· Behavioural and Social Sciences
· Business and Economics
· Language and Communication
· Medical Studies
· Geography, Planning and Environment
· Public Adminstration and Political Science
· Religion and Philosophy
Master's Open Day Do you want to find out more about our English-taught Master's programmes, visit our beautiful campus and meet staff and current students? Don't forget to visit Radboud University on our Master's Open Day on 11 March 2017! You can register now.