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  • Studium Generale offers a wide range of programmes, activities, and events to complement the academic curriculum. This provides a broader, multidisciplinary perspective on various subjects. The lectures, lecture series, debates, talk shows, Film&Talks, and the PAS Festival stimulate, surprise and...

  • Would you like to meet a colleague from Radboud University to see if you can work together or exchange expertise? Then sign up now for the first 'Meet in the middle' event in Venlo on 14 March 2024.

  • Students at our faculty are committed to making an impact on health, well-being and society. These are the inspirational stories about students who go above and beyond to reach their goals. Let’s meet Anna, a Greek first-year bachelor’s student who is taking on Biomedical Sciences and European...

  • Today, the new covenant 'continued horizontal monitoring' was signed by Maastricht University and the Dutch Tax Administration. The covenant is a derivative of the long-standing cooperation between the university as taxpayer and the Dutch Tax Administration. The aim being a confidential and...

  • Maastricht University is an active member of the Young European Research Universities Network, championing values of innovation, openess and responsibility. 

  • PhD thesis written by Patrick Naaktgeboren
    This dissertation investigates private partnerships in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Antwerp (1621–1791) from both a legal historical and a socioeconomic perspective. Whereas the legal-historical part deals with the interaction between Antwerp...

  • Seven broad research consortia will receive a total of 35 million euros from the Dutch Research Council (NWO) to conduct research on technological innovations that provide answers to societal challenges. Lorenzo Moroni, professor of Biofabrication for Regenerative Medicine at Maastricht University...

  • Since mid-2021, several SHE staff members have been involved in two cross-border projects that were co-funded by Interreg and the regional province of Limburg. These projects are now coming to an end. Here is a reflection on both projects.

  • They may study an unconventional group, but they have fun doing so. Lynn van Vugt and Mark Levels focus on NEETs: young people who are Not in Education, Employment or Training, and are difficult to engage. Van Vugt’s PhD research—supervised by Levels, professor of Health, Education and Work—produced...