University of Amsterdam is a prestigious university in the Netherlands, founded in 1632. Scientific degrees are issued here from the XIX century. Since the twentieth century, the university is in the state submission. Today, Dutch and foreign students are trained here in 28 undergraduate programs, 128 master's programs, and several special research courses. More than 5000 employees of the university work with students. A total of 3,000 students study at the University of Amsterdam.
The University of Amsterdam unites dozens of research centers, institutes, cooperates with national organizations of a scientific profile. Joint work with partners makes the university a leader in the research field in the territory of the modern Netherlands. Priority areas of research in the university are urbanistics, system biology, information laws, physics (astro-, gravitational), cultural identity, communications, corporate governance, consciousness and the brain, infectious diseases and others.
Deadline for submission of documents: 1 April 2016