• More than a thousand prospective master's students visited Maastricht University's open day last Saturday .They came to experience the atmosphere and learn more about the master's programmes, Problem-Based Learning, the UM buildings and the good life in Maastricht.

  • Together with Shanti Sumartojo, Lisa Grocott and Michael Mintrom from Monash University, AU, Sally Wyatt has been awarded funding in the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects scheme.

  • UMagazine

    A fan of the snack bar

    For Klasien Horstman, professor of Philosophy of Public Health, science is the “realm of freedom.” Unfortunately, reality is more intractable. She is irritated by the patronising lifestyle interventions imposed top-down on groups that have been epidemiologically classified as high risk. “The ‘you...

  • During his farewell lecture, Professor of Health Promotion Nanne de Vries received the Tans Medal, UM's highest distinction honouring those who have made a significant contribution to the development of the university.

  • In a pioneering effort to address the challenges of smallholder data governance, the Fair & Smart Data research spearhead hosted an online event titled "Guiding Principles for a Fair Smallholder Farmer Data Ecosystem" on November 7th. This collaborative initiative involves Maastricht University...

  • The number of people living with overweight and obesity continues to rise. 

  • PhD thesis written by Haiyang Yu
    Professional marine salvors who have the emergency response capacity to maritime casualties traditionally are rewarded on a ‘No Cure-No Pay' basis under the maritime law of salvage. However, in cases involving potentially significant environmental damage, such as...

  • 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 Emily and Suhad, both scholarship students in Epidemiology looking for a broad foundation in...

  • We are delighted to announce that the MBA programmes of Maastricht University School of Business and Economics’ executive branches, MSM and UMIO, have been named among the top three sustainable business MBA programmes worldwide by Corporate Knights, a leading sustainable business magazine.

  • We are very proud that the Dutch Council of Ministers has approved the nomination of Prof. Here Kranenborg as a judge at the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).