Maastricht University: Maastricht - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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Internationalisation at Maastricht University means:- the vast majority of courses are taught in English- virtually all education and research focuses on international and European themes- almost 45% of our students and more than 30% of our academ... read more

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I learned a ton about business as well as about tons of different cultures.It was the most worthwhile thing I've ever done. I made life long friends and had experiences that I can never replicate. - University of Missouri - Columbia View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was 100% worthwhile. I would not have changed the program I selected, the city I choose, the people I met, or how I spent the 4 months abroad the way I did for ANYTHING in the world. - University of California - Merced View Entire Review
I am incredibly grateful that I have had this opportunity to study in the heart of Europe. I have seen sights, met people, and learned about so many cultures and ways of life and I never could have imagined being able to do all of this on a student's budget. Studying in The Netherlands has opened my mind to new possibilities and... View Entire Review
I learned how to travel by myself often. This was a once in a lifetime adventure. - University of California - Riverside View Entire Review
My experience was most definitely worthwhile and one of the best experiences of my life. I have gained countless new perspectives on life and have had the opportunity to interact with individuals from across the globe. It has prepared me to move out into the world and really utilize my degree. I feel prepared to go anywhere and ... - Otterbein University View Entire Review


Internationalisation at Maastricht University means:
- the vast majority of courses are taught in English
- virtually all education and research focuses on international and European themes
- almost 45% of our students and more than 30% of our academic staff come from abroad
- our students represent more than 100 nationalities; the most international student population in Dutch higher education
- International Classroom Development’: students from different origins and cultural backgrounds come into contact with divergent views and various ways of solving problems, preparing them for successful careers on the international labour market
- many opportunities to study or do an internship abroad; 38% of our students take these opportunities, giving UM the highest outbound student mobility of all general Dutch universities
- a considerable inflow and outflow of exchange students

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Neurobiology, Neurosciences
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Public Health
  • Business
  • Accounting
  • Art History, Criticism and Conservation
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