A pending governmental decree would mean Chinese students from UGY don’t have to come to Groningen to get a RUG degree.
De UK is met reces. Herlees een aantal van onze favoriete verhalen, longreads en projecten van het afgelopen semester. / The UK will be closed for the summer. Here are some of our favourite stories, longreads and projects from the past semester.
Student members of the FEB and FMNS faculty councils are dissatisfied with the scarcity of detail in the Yantai plans.
CDA representative Sander de Rouwe has asked Gerrit de Jong to analyse the eleventh faculty plans.
The university and faculty councils may not have the opportunity to vote on pursuing an international branch campus in Yantai.
The Internet is the realm of trolls and flaming. So what good can come of talking politics online?
RUG president Sibrand Poppema secretly met with representatives of the Chinese and Dutch ministries of education on Tuesday.
What’s happened in week 25? Wijmenga wins Spinoza, bursary project approved, board expenses and more.
A ‘go/no-go’ decision for the Yantai branch campus plans is scheduled for 19 October, according to a time line.
25 jaar geleden lanceerde RUG-astronoom Peter Barthel een theorie die quasars verklaarde. Nu blijkt: hij had gelijk.
Dean Jouke de Vries updated the Leeuwarden municipal council about the plans for the RUG’s eleventh faculty.
English students have complained about the behaviour of one of their instructors.
Student union GSb wants to establish a new office to inform internationals about housing in Groningen.
An MLM company is recruiting students to sell a powder. Blanca writes about her experiences with this ‘smoothie mafia’.
Yes, there really are people who go on holiday to conflict areas like the West Bank. But what do they get out of it?
It’s UKook, the cooking show starring international students and their favourite foods from home. This week: ful medames.
When students want to do fieldwork in ‘dangerous’ countries, the RUG may be reluctant to insure them.
If the RUG wants internationals to learn Dutch, it has to appeal to their imagination, says researcher Kirsten Kolstrup.
Three internationals were elected last week to join the University Council. Together they strive for a truly ‘international university’.
Sebastiaan Vonk is the director of a project to put faces to the names of thousands of American WWII soldiers.
Don’t judge a book by its cover – that is the main principle behind the second Human Library project in Groningen.
It’s UKook, the cooking show starring international students and their favourite foods from home. This week: verheiratete.
International student housing in Groningen has the reputation of being a common target for theft. But is that fair?