• ITEM Test case: Update on DigiD for cross-border workers


    Expertise Centre ITEM investigates a number of aspects in relation to cross-border work. One obstacle that cross-border workers face involves obtaining a 'DigiD', the Dutch digital identification system. Regarding this obstacle proceedings were initiated in recent months, which have led to a ruling of the District Court of The Hague. Unfortunately, this ruling is not satisfactory, and an appeal has been lodged.

  • 1 study & 3 jobs


    Three Artificial Intelligence alumni talk about their work. Marloes van Eijk is a data scientist/advisor at the Public Prosecution Service, Gijs-Jan Roelofs is a freelance consultant and Inge Lemmens is chief technology officer at PNA Group.

  • one young world ngo

    One Young World and Maastricht University: Leadership for a better tomorrow


    Maastricht University is proudly announcing an opening for a delegate position for an inspiring young Maastricht University leader for this year’s One Young World Summit (The Hague, 17-20 October 2018)

  • law_faculty_introduction

    Welcome new students!


    The annual Faculty Introduction days took place from 27 until 30 August. More than thousand new students (bachelor, master and exchange) participated in an interesting and informative introduction programme, ending with a delicious Greek buffet and party in the garden of our faculty.

  • indie_art_opening

    Launch Indie Art Legal Clinic


    On 7 September last, the Indie Art Legal Clinic – located at the Faculty of Law – had its official launch. The event took place at the Muziekgieterij and was opened by Dr. Ana Ramalho, Director of the Clinic and Assistant Professor of Intellectual Property Law; by Prof. Kamperman Sanders, Professor of Intellectual Property Law; and by Mr. Ger Koopmans, from the Province of Limburg.

  • Marie de Somer

    FASoS PhD Marie de Somer receives Ernst B. Haas Best Dissertation award


    Marie De Somer received the ‘Ernst B. Haas Best Dissertation Award – Honorable Mention’ for her dissertation on the EU Court of Justice and its role in the area of EU immigration law.

  • The life of alumnus Mitch took a bizarre turn


    How the life of alumnus Mitch Valize took a bizarre turn after the amputation of his left foot. “It turned out to be the best decision of my life.”

  • LOT logo

    Library of Things: Out of the attic, into the commonweal


    UM students Elisa Etrari, Anna Reyneri and Becca Bowers are running Library of Things. It’s exactly what you think it is: you sign up, choose something from their online catalogue or just browse – then you borrow whatever you need and bring it back once you are done using it.

  • Chat conference October 2018

    Christian Ernsten presents at CHAT 2018


    At the 2018 Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory (CHAT) conference, taking place form 26-28 October 2018 at Aarhus University (Denmark), Christian Ernsten co-organizes the workshop on “A heritage walk into the Anthropocene”. 

  • Nacca June 2018

    NACCA's sixth training event, Cologne


    From 25-29 June 2018, Cologne Institute of Conservation Sciences, TH Köln, hosted the third and final Summer School for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network ‘New Approaches in the Conservation of Contemporary Art’ (NACCA).

Subscribe to News