In 1614, one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands was founded - the University of Groningen. Initially, he started his career as a classical college, where there were faculties of philosophy, medicine, theology and law. Now it is a higher educational institution of general profile. The University of Groningen is focused on prospective research and the expansion of scientific ties. This university belongs to the Coimbra group, which consists of 39 oldest universities in Europe.
Information on the training program can be found on the official website of the school.
This progressive university offers its students training programs in several major directions. The University of Groningen is focused primarily on conducting advanced and advanced research, as well as on postgraduate education. The best options for studying at the University of Groningen are master's and postgraduate studies. Strong areas of study are:
The best faculty in the university is the medical faculty. It is also worth highlighting the Faculty of Social Sciences. The most interesting programs for students are in jurisprudence, sociology, management and history, occupying high places in the ratings, including international ones.
The teachers of this university put emphasis on social sciences and set for themselves an ambitious goal - to achieve a harmonious development of the society. To do this, they are trying to develop fundamental approaches to its study and management. Special attention should be paid to behavioral sociology. It is the work of this direction that is most cited. In addition, scientists are engaged in serious problems of energy, healthy aging and sustainable development. High academic reputation is famous in the field of archeology, history, behavioral genetics.
The educational buildings of the university are located in the historical part of the city of Groningen. The main building of the university deserves special attention. It belongs to the majestic medieval buildings. Against the background of neighboring objects this building stands out thanks to the upwardly directed towers, the massive entrance group, the arches of windows and the patterned brickwork. Such architecture is characteristic of the Netherlands Protorenaissance. Inside the building is distinguished by long corridors, as well as spacious lecture audiences with high ceilings. And the new parts of the building from the outside of the building look like modern buildings in the style of constructivism and hi-tech. They have research centers equipped with the latest equipment.
Around the university there are ancient houses in two floors. They are shops, restaurants, cafes. His dormitory does not exist at the university, so students have to look for housing themselves. Groningen is considered a campus, so a large number of its residents are happy to hand over students to apartments at reduced prices. Due to this, accommodation here will be a little cheaper than in other cities in the Netherlands.
University of Groningen is a pioneer in many areas. Alleta-Jacobs, the first woman of the Netherlands with a doctorate degree, worked at this university. The first Dutch astronaut Wyibo Okels was educated here, as well as Wim Duisenberg, the first president of the Bank of Europe.
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