Welcome to Radboud University! Located in Nijmegen in the the Netherlands, Radboud University is an international university founded in 1923 with a strong tradition of quality education and world-class research. The university recognizes the importance of having an international classroom and therefore offers more than 35 English-taught Master’s degree programmes in eleven disciplines- and growing every year.
Our programmes range from history to neuroscience, international law to particle physics, and everything in-between. With such a variety of different academic and cultural perspectives, we encourage students and researchers to reach across disciplinary lines and work with colleagues from different departments.
Our international outlook also attracts researchers from around the world. As a student at Radboud, you will work next to lecturers and researchers in a field that you are passionate about. You will also gain the skills and knowledge to be successful after graduation, as well as access to an international network to help your career prospects.
Radboud University belongs to the top 150 universities in the world and the top 50 universities in Europe.
(in the world)
|Times Higher Education World University Rankings||2022||139||58|
|Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities||2022||101||33|
|QS World University Rankings||2023||232||96|
Tuition fees may vary for each study programme.
Bachelor’s: The application deadline is 1 April for non-EEA nationals, 1 May for EU/EEA nationals who wish assistance with accommodation, and 1 July for EU/EEA (final).
Master’s: The application deadline is 1 March for all students wishing to apply for a scholarship. Without a scholarship, the deadline is 1 April for non-EEA nationals and 1 May for EU/EEA nationals who wish assistance with accommodation, and 1 July for EU/EEA (final).
When you apply to Radboud University, you will need to prove your English proficiency.
Notable alumni of Radboud University include Björn Kuipers (football referee for FIFA and UEFA), Marijn Dekkers (former CEO of Bayer), Stephanie Hottenhuis (CEO of KPMG Netherlands), and Konstantin Novoselov (physicist and Nobel Laureate).