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  • Academic writing (for PhD candidates and master’s students)

    EN
    Other courses - Academic writing for Master’s and PhD Students

    In an academic writing course, you’ll learn how to express yourself using formal, precise and nuanced language. The language centre offers a general PhD course for PhD candidates and master’s students in all disciplines. We also offer IMRaD courses for master’s and PhD candidates in Psychology, Biomedical Sciences and Health Sciences.

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  • Academic writing online: PhD-Online 1 and PhD-Online 2 (for PhD candidates)

    EN
    digital nomad Sabrina Bos

    'The reason why I chose the Language Centre was because the course was an online one. It turned out to be a very stimulating and positive experience, not in the least because of the input of an enthusiastic mediator (Neill Wylie). The course is for different levels of PhD’s, novice as well as more experienced. I am confident this course helps me to further improve my academic writing skills!’

    Marlies Schillings | PhD student and Teacher Bewegingswetenschappen | Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

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  • Academic writing: Online PhD writing 1 and 2

    EN
    digital nomad Sabrina Bos

    'The reason why I chose the Language Centre was because the course was an online one. It turned out to be a very stimulating and positive experience, not in the least because of the input of an enthusiastic mediator (Neill Wylie). The course is for different levels of PhD’s, novice as well as more experienced. I am confident this course helps me to further improve my academic writing skills!’

    Marlies Schillings | PhD student and Teacher Bewegingswetenschappen | Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

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  • Dutch: medical Dutch, online

    NL
    Other courses - Dutch: Medical Dutch, online coaching

    Have you obtained the bachelor ITM degree at Maastricht University, but not completed your secondary education in the Dutch language, and you would like to follow a medical master’s degree in Dutch (which is exclusively open to students with a bachelor's degree in Medicine from Maastricht University)? If so, you will have to follow a course in medical Dutch, in addition to passing the NT2 State Exam of Dutch as a second language, programme II (Staatsexamen NT2, programma II).

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  • English: IELTS Test Preparation Course, online or group course

    EN
    International Student Week

    In the IELTS preparation course, the 4-week online IELTS 'Prep Plus" course or the group course in class you will be familiarised with the examination strategies used in the IELTS test, an English proficiency test recognised by many different organisations across the world. You’ll enhance your writing, speaking, listening and reading skills, and you’ll specifically focus on improving the things that will help you to get a better IELTS score.

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  • Foundation Programme

    EN

    The Foundation Programme is for international students who wish to do a bachelor’s programme at Maastricht University but do not meet the admission requirements. It is a one year, full-time study programme consisting of English language training, content courses, academic skills training and cultural and social events that will help you integrate smoothly into your new life in the Netherlands as well as the study of your choice.  

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  • International Track in Medicine Bachelor

    EN
  • Introduction to Linear Structural Models (LISREL)

    EN
  • Introduction to R

    EN

    Introduction to R PhD Course

    Start: Wednesday 23 October 2019 - End: Friday 25 October 2019
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  • Introduction to Statistics part I

    EN
    Studypoints: 3.00
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  • Lab Animal Science

    EN
    Studypoints: 3.00
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  • Multilevel Analysis of Longitudinal Data (MALD)

    EN
    Start: Tuesday 21 March 2017 - End: Tuesday 4 April 2017
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  • Non-Degree Business and Economics Courses

    EN

    Approximately 300 courses and skills training on BSc and MSc level are on offer. You can find all courses, course descriptions (including prerequisites and levels) and coordinators. To check which courses you can take, please select Non Degree Courses. The duration of a course is 7 weeks; for a skills training 2 weeks. Exact dates of course periods can be found in the course descriptions or looked up in the academic calendar. The workload of a course is approximately 20 hours a week, including group meetings and individual study. Students are not allowed to take more than two courses in a period. The workload for a skills training is about 40 hours per week. You can follow maximum 2 courses per course period (period 1,2,4,and 5) and 1 skill per skills period (period 3 and 6). If you have any questions about the content of a course or skill, please contact the block coordinator (lecturer) before applying. 

     

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  • Regression analysis, Statistics part 2

    EN + NL
    Start: Friday 24 March 2017 - End: Friday 30 June 2017
    Studypoints: 3.00
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  • Survival Analysis

    EN

    This PhD course focuses on survival analysis - a branch of statistics for analyzing the expected duration of time until one or more events happen. The course is intended for PhD candidates of FHML, MaCSBIO, M4I and Merln.

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  • Your first steps into statistics

    EN

    Your first steps into statistics.

    Start: Monday 25 November 2019 - End: Monday 16 December 2019
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