The University of Groningen aims to recruit students from yet another unusual country: Kazakhstan.
De liefde voor Spitsbergen zit diep. Maar poolonderzoeker Maarten Loonen heeft er een nieuwe liefde bij: vulkaaneiland Jan Mayen.
Is there a ‘Greek issue’ at the Faculty of Economics and Business, or is it a larger problem among international students in general?
What’s happened in week 39? Superfast internet at the UB, university builds earthquake-proof, integrity movie ready and more!
What’s happened in week 38? RUG rises in rankings, UB is under construction and more.
Huisbazen omzeilen de 15 procentnorm door een verdieping op hun studentenhuis bouwen. Goed voor het uitzicht en boze buren.
The first MOOC from the RUG is online, and it actually works. But can students resist distractions in the virtual classroom?
What’s happened in week 37? Slavic student can graduate after all, the RUG shouldn’t collaborate with Russia and more.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your update from 26 August – 3 September.
Dana Entcheva from Bulgaria had a painful reality check when coming to Groningen. ‘I was actually crying during one of the exams.’
Internationals are struggling to find a room this year. Hopefully next year, the trouble will be over.
The Martini church was not big enough for the 1,600 new international students lined up for the Welcome Ceremony.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 19 – 25 June
How can you get a bike as cheap as possible? We’ll show you in 5 x.
Wanted by the Ugandan government, Frank fled to the Netherlands. His dream? To study international relations at the RUG.
Spoken languages in this funny performance? English and the local ‘Gronings’. After a century, the Follies are back.
More and more internationals are coming to work for the university. They often bring their partners along, but they feel overlooked.
How can you get your groceries as cheap as possible? We’ll show you in 5 x.
Of course you are prejudiced! Germans obey rules, Dutch do drugs and Romanians are poor. Aren’t they?
What are the most stylish places in Groningen to find the best food and drinks? Find out where to go.
Italy is 49th on the World Press Freedom Index. The Netherlands is 2nd. That’s why Emanuele came to Groningen.
It started with a comment from a reader. Now, the Epicurean goes vegan with avocado toast.
Once again, students are being conned into renting rooms that don’t exist. The same thing happened last year.