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  • Finding your way as a student in a new town can feel lonely. Uni-Life is a platform that brings students together. In the app, you can find all the events and activities that take place at Maastricht University. There are group chats for students with similar interests, the possibility to organise...

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    MORSE Research Day 2024

    On Monday 29 of January, MORSE hosted the annual MORSE Research Day, at SBE premises. During the event, MORSE presented new initiatives, such as  the  Maastricht Immersive Learning Lab (MILL) Project, welcomed Prof Igor Mayer to deliver an inspiring guest lecture on the rise of digital twins, hosted...

  • Saturday’s Bachelor's Open Day drew a turnout of 2393 prospective students. Feedback was generally very positive, reflecting the event's success.

  • On Friday 16 February, the team from the Faculty of Law competed in the Dutch National Rounds of the Jessup Moot Court Competition, the oldest and biggest moot court in the world. After finishing as the first-ranked team in the preliminary rounds, the team won the Dutch Championship round and will...

  • The Maastricht University Faculty of Law team participated in and won the regional round of the Helga Pedersen Moot Court Competition. The team will be advancing to the final round in Strasbourg, France held at the premises of the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights. Many...

  • As a student, constant changes in Problem-Based Learning (PBL) groups at Maastricht University left Carolina Cicati feeling lonely sometimes. This experience, in contrast to her later supportive role as a student-tutor, highlights the challenge of building trust within short-term learning settings.

  • Heerlen, Maastricht, and Sittard-Geleen will continue the services for the Euregional and international labour market in South Limburg for an extended period. Maastricht University actively supports in attracting and retaining Euregional and international talent."

  • Pieter Jelle Visser was appointed professor at Maastricht University in 2022. He is engaged in research on Alzheimer's disease: the underlying causes and the possibilities for therapy. Visser has always been intrigued by the brain. Researching Alzheimer's fascinates him, not least because much can...

  • In recent years, there has been quite some debate surrounding the value of rakings. So the question is: do university rankings really matter that much? Fair question. In this article, SBE’s Dean Mariëlle Heijltjes and SBE’s Associate Dean Gaby Odekerken weigh in on the subject.

  • Last year, Maastricht University further strengthened its profile in science and technology by launching a Bachelor in Computer Science. The response exceeded all expectations, with the first cohort of 300 students from all over the world starting the programme in September. “Computers and...