Exhibition on 30 years Maastricht Treaty
On 8 November, the 30th anniversary season of the Maastricht Treaty kicked off with the opening of an exhibition on the Treaty. In the presence of UM deans Christine Neuhold and Jan Smits, Maarten van Gaans, member of the Maastricht Executive Council, and Annemarie Penn-te Strake, mayor of Maastricht, the exhibition was opened by Ingrid van Engelshoven, demissionary Minister of Education, Culture and Science.
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The 'Re:Generation Maastricht' programme was also announced. From December 2021 to May 2022, Studio Europa will dive into the history of the Maastricht Treaty to see how it has shaped Europe’s society today. During this journey through different generations, we also look ahead to the future of Europe.
Highlights include the 'Princess Beatrix Lecture' on 10 December, the ‘Conference on the Future of Europe’ in January and the two-day symposium 'Euro at 30' in February.
You can participate too! Click here for the full programme.
Keep an eye on our website for updates on the programme and more information on registering for events.
Dr. Fred Spoor, an expert on human evolution affiliated with the Natural History Museum, London, has been appointed as the Eugène Dubois chair for the year 2024.
The Annual Fund Campaign For Each Other 23/24: Durable innovations for a better society is live! The University Fund Limburg kindly asks the UM community for a financial contribution to four unique projects, all characterised by a desire for equal opportunities and a healthy future.
Saturday’s Bachelor's Open Day drew a turnout of 2393 prospective students. Feedback was generally very positive, reflecting the event's success.