Radboud University is located on Nijmengen city having 18 891 students of which approximately 10% of international students. The University has 02 bachelor courses and 35 Masters courses are taught in English. The school is taught in research tendency, located on a green and beautiful campus, designed with modern material facilities such as laboratories and libraries, sport centers, restaurant is also available in the campus.
Radboud is one of the top universities in the Netherlands with the ratings:
Top 143 in QS World University Rankings 2013
Top 131 among the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education 2012 -2013;
Ranked 140th in the “Academic Ranking of World Universities” in 2013 of Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
In October 2010, two professors of the school won the Physics Nobel reward, of which Pfs. Andre Geim and postgraduate Konstantin Novoselov in their research on metamaterial ‘Graphene’ – the thinnest material in the world. International result gives the Radboud the rapid rating rise in the world from the top 204 in 2010 to the top 131 in 2013.
In the 2014 edition of ‘guide details on Netherlands universities at Keuzegids Universiteiten voted totally as the best university in the Netherlands. The school is rated greater much in comparison with other universities in general.
More than 80% scholarships for 15 courses is dedicated for international students to study at graduate level. After getting scholarship, students must also pay 1,951 EUR (equivalent to tuition for students in Europe).
Students getting scholarships will also be free of registration for visa and insurance worth about 700 EUROS
Scholarships are considered basing on: Learning outcomes, letter of recommendation, and Motivation and the other achievements like the article, published works