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  • Match Good Veurein

    Students deliver benefits to the city

    14-10-2019

    Student and city. Local tv program Good Veurein made this video about the benefits that students bring to Maastricht. Featuring Serve the City Maastricht, Match Maastricht, Jongeren & StudentenBuurtbemiddeling Maastricht and alderman Bert Jongen.

  • Rianne Letschert joins supervisory board of the Catharina Hospital

    26-09-2019

    The Supervisory Board of Catharina Hospital has appointed Prof. Dr. Rianne Letschert as member of the Supervisory Board. Rianne Letschert succeeds Alexandra van Huffelen, who has retired as a result of her seat in the Senate.

  • Breeam certificaat

    Design renovations Tapijn scores excellent sustainability certificate

    25-09-2019

    The design for the renovation of the former Tapijn barracks has been awarded the BREEAM-NL New Construction and Renovation certificate. The certificate has been achieved with a score of no less than 80.14 and is therefore entitled "excellent".

  • stroopwafel get involved

    Get Involved Information Market

    02-09-2019

    At September 11 from 13-16 pm the  11 september van 13.00 tot 16.00 the Get Involved Information Market takes place in the SSC.

  • Presenting our latest batch of future policy makers

    Presenting our latest batch of future policy makers

    08-07-2019

    Students from our Master's in Public Policy and Human Development (2018-19) marked the end of their course at a festive ceremony in Sint Janskerk, Maastricht.

  • MPP students talk at Conference

    Master’s students get a taste of real-life policy processes in Malta

    03-07-2019

    Three students on our Master’s programme in Public Policy and Human Development took part in a conference in Malta, held on 17-20 April 2019 by the Douzelage European town twinning association within the Europe For Citizens programme.

  • Sustainabul

    Maastricht University 6th in SustainaBul ranking

    12-06-2019

    Starting in 2012, the SustainaBul (which is a pun, as a ‘bul’ is the degree you receive when graduating from university) has ranked the sustainability of the Dutch higher education institutions. The ranking is organised every year by Studenten voor Morgen, a Dutch student initiative. Participating institutions have to fill out a questionnaire to assess the sustainability level of their research, education, business management and integral approach. This month the results from the ranking of 2019 were presented.

  • A knowledge agenda for a healthy urban environment

    27-02-2019

    In the soon-to-be completed first phase of ZonMw project "Making space for health in the city: towards a South Limburg knowledge agenda", knowledge gaps were identified about how our urban living environment influences health. A whole range of methods was employed. Let's highlight two methods that were a bit more out-of-the box.

  • WUN

    WUN Network – UM research projects funded 2019!

    19-02-2019

    In December 2018, two UM research groups were successfully chosen and awarded seed financing from the WUN Research Development Fund (RDF).

  • SDG Conference in Norway

    WUN network: Global Partnerships for Transformational Action on the SDG 2030 Agenda!

    12-02-2019

    The University of Bergen in Norway, a member institute of the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN), hosted the second national SDG conference last week. Tasmin Rüffert, Strategy Coordinator at the UM Green Office and Maria Tomai Research Assistant at UNU-MERIT represented UM during this conference and gathered intel for UM on this pressing topic.

     

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