Radboud University is a student-focused research university in the city of Nijmegen, the Netherlands where top research and high-quality education are closely connected. It is home to seven faculties, all located on a green and modern campus with state-of-the-art facilities on the one square kilometre of the former Heyendael estate.
With its beautiful green and open campus, set close to the city centre, students enjoy a rich learning environment as well as services such as support and career offices and extra-curricular activities.
Radboud University also has a Green Office on campus where students can learn and participate in exciting initiatives to promote sustainability. Characteristics of Radboud University are the personal approach to teaching, the close-knit community and collaboration between disciplines, which ranks Radboud University among the top 1% of universities in the world.
Radboud University belongs to the top 150 universities in the world and the top 50 universities in Europe.
(in the world)
|Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities
|QS World University Rankings
|Times Higher Education World University Rankings
Tuition fees may vary for each study programme.
Bachelor’s: The application 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).
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).