Study real world problems together with students from all over the world in a cosy, historic town.

Maastricht University

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The Netherlands

City

Large Institution

Undergraduate Students

Average Undergraduate Class Size

10-15 students per session

Education Model

Education system is Problem-based Learning. For BA’s we have three liberal arts degrees and 16 focused degrees.

Selectivity

Less Selective, Selective

Internships within degree

Yes

Study Abroad Available

Yes

IB Grade Requirements

As the Dutch government equals the IB diploma to Dutch high school diploma, having graduated IB is enough to qualify for entry. Some programmes might require additional subjects, please see the link above.

UFP Requirements

This depends per programme and has to be seen on a case to case basis.

Cost of Tuition


Financial Aid Available?

Most of the scholarships we offer are focused on non-EU, master students

Maastricht University (UM) is the most international university in the Netherlands with 18,000 students and 4,400 employees. The university stands out for its innovative education model, international character and multidisciplinary approach to research and education.

Thanks to its high-quality research and study programmes as well as a strong focus on social engagement, UM is considered one of the best young universities in the world. Offering 19 Bachelors programmes across a wide range of subject areas.

Maastricht University is a pioneer of Problem Based Learning system, in small groups of 10-15 students, you actively seek solutions to real-life problems. In this way, you learn not only to operate at an academic level, but also to work independently on real-world issues. Our small-scale international classroom brings together people from all over the world who have different backgrounds and perspectives. It is these very differences that make the UM learning experience unique.

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Subjects

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World Top 200

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Accounting & Finance
World Top 200
Anatomy & Physiology
World Top 100
Biological Sciences
World Top 300
Business and Management
World Top 200
Development Studies
World Top 100
Economics & Econometrics
World Top 200
Education & Training
World Top 50
Law and Legal Studies
World Top 100
Medicine
World Top 100
Politics
World Top 200
Psychology
World Top 100
Statistics and Operational Research
World Top 200
Subject Name
Degree Area
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Computing & ICT
Biochemistry/Biomedicine
Sciences
Biological Sciences
Sciences
Business and Management
Business
Chemistry
Sciences
Communication and Media Studies
English & Media
Computer Science
Computing & ICT
Data Science
Computing & ICT
Economics
Society & Social Sciences
Environmental Science
Sciences
Financial Mathematics
Mathematics
Information Technology
Computing & ICT
Interdisciplinary Study of Global Challenges
Society & Social Sciences
International Relations
Society & Social Sciences
Law
Society & Social Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Marketing
Business
Medicine (Undergraduate)
Medicine & Healthcare
Natural Sciences
Sciences
Operational Research
Mathematics
Physics
Sciences
Politics
Society & Social Sciences
Psychology
Society & Social Sciences
Social Policy
Society & Social Sciences

Dutch Education Philosophy

Universities in the Netherlands are relatively easier to get in than UK universities, but they are more difficult to stay in. Next to graduating high school of course, students mostly have to prove themselves in their first year of university in order to continue on to their second year.

Problem Based Learning

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) offers you a different way of learning from traditional university education, find out more by clicking the button below.