27 Aug 2018

FHML bachelor's introduction - 2018

When you start your studies at the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (FHML), you will be invited to participate in the student orientation programme in August. The programme consists of a general orientation week (INKOM ) followed by an introduction to the faculty.

Faculty introduction programme per bachelor's

The Faculty Introduction is an introduction to studying at our faculty. During the introduction day you will meet your fellow students, you will receive information about your study, the faculty organisation, the building in which you will be studying, the teaching system, etcetera. 
At the end of the day, there is a welcome party with a DJ and food trucks. You can relax on the grass, while grabbing something to eat and to drink, while chatting or dancing with other first-year students and teachers. You must register for this party (€ 5 for participation) but you'll get four drink vouchers and four food vouchers in return.

Please click on your bachelor’s programme for the programme, time and location of the introduction:

Geneeskunde (NL) / International Track in Medicine (EN)  

Biomedical Sciences (EN)  

European Public Health (EN)  
Gezondheidswetenschappen (NL)  

Study associations and their introduction activities

At the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, all bachelor’s programmes have their own study association. As a member of a study association everything is possible, but nothing is mandatory.

At our study associations you can:

enjoy lots of activities with your fellow students;
receive discount on books and study materials;
get exam training and study support;
attend lectures and workshops focused on your study programme and career;
help to improve the educational system.

Most study associations also organise an introduction camp and/or another introduction activity for new students (apart from the Faculty Introduction). More information about these camps and activities is available via the following links:

Overnight stay

In case you have not yet arranged for housing or a place to stay, you can book a room at hostel StayOK  . Please note that the costs associated with an overnight stay are at your own expense.

StayOK offers a Student long stay special*
You will stay in a 4- to 8-bedded room including bed linen and Wi-Fi. Every room also has its own shower and toilet.

 1 week - 7 night: € 159,-
 2 weeks - 14 nights: € 295,-
 4 weeks - 28 nights: € 535,-
Excluding tourist tax​

Book via stayokay.com/long-stay-maastricht or stop by at the hostel (Maasboulevard 101 , 6211 JW Maastricht).

*Terms and conditions that apply to this special can be found on stayokay.com/long-stay-maastricht. Or contact StayOK (tel +31 (0)43 750 17 90 or maastricht[at]stayokay[dot]com).

Bachelor application procedure

Make sure that you have completed your application at Maastricht University. This means that you have completed your application via Studielink and the MyUM portal and have uploaded all required documents. Also make sure to send a certified hard copy of your diploma to the Student Service Centre (SSC) and to pay your tuition fees. As soon as Maastricht University has completed your application, you will receive your Student Identity Card. You will need this card and your Maastricht University ID-number with password on various occasions during the Faculty Introduction.

If you have questions about the status of your application or if you are encountering (technical) problems, you can contact our Student Service Centre:

+ 31 (0)43 388 53 88

Start academic year and timetable

Education starts in the week of 3 September.

Course timetables for the bachelor's programmes are available 2,5 weeks before the start of the academic year. Your personal timetable can be accessed via the Student Portal .