Bachelor

Maastricht Science Programme

Are you interested in the natural sciences and want to look beyond the boundaries of a single discipline? Or do you want to focus on one discipline and become an expert in that specific field? The Maastricht Science Programme offers you the opportunity to explore the natural sciences and to build a unique academic profile based on your personal interests and ambitions. Every semester, your personal academic advisor guides you in selecting courses from fields as diverse as biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, neuroscience and various interdisciplinary fields such as biomedical engineering and entrepreneurship. You can focus on a single discipline, or you can combine multiple disciplines in a single degree. 

Are you interested in studying at Maastricht Science Programme, but for some reason couldn't make it to the Bachelor's Open Day?

No problem: we have covered this day live on Youtube so you can get a taste of what it's like to study at MSP.

Maastricht Science Programme - Live from #UMBOD18

  • It's really exciting that MSP is a new programme, because you feel like you can still have an impact
    Verena Broich, Maastricht Science Programme

More on the programme on our Virtual Open Day

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News

  • Elsevier - Beste Studies 2018

    UM’s University Colleges again dominate Elsevier ranking

    Thursday, October 4, 2018

    De University Colleges van de UM doen het opnieuw goed in de Elsevier-ranking.

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  • Technasia partnership agreement

    Maastricht University partners with technical secondary schools in Limburg to strengthen connections

    Monday, October 1, 2018

    On 1 October, Stichting Technasium and UM signed a partnership agreement with nine science-based secondary education schools in Limburg. 

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  • Maastricht University joins Einstein Telescope Coalition

    Thursday, September 13, 2018

    Maastricht University officially joined the Einstein Telescope Coalition of Nikhef (Dutch National Institute for Subatomic Physics) and KU Leuven. Prof. dr. Dr Martin Paul, chairman of the Executive Board of Maastricht University, today signed an agreement formalising UM’s participation.

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