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University College Maastricht (UCM) is a Liberal Arts & Sciences Honours College of Maastricht University. UCM is a vibrant, international academic community, offering a challenging, interdisciplinary programme for highly motivated students with a broad academic interest. UCM gives every possible opportunity to its students to develop their talents, pursue their interests and realise their academic ambitions. UCM has more than 150 courses on offer, in a wide variety of academic fields. Students have the freedom to construct their own, tailor-made curriculum, focusing on the subjects and issues they are passionate about.
6211 KH Maastricht
University College Maastricht
P.O. Box 616
6200 MD Maastricht
+ 31 43 388 5698
+ 31 43 388 4882
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You will find all information on admissions on the UCM bachelor programme pages.
Housed in a renovated medieval convent, UCM offers its students state-of-the-art learning facilities and an inspiring academic home.
UCM is a programme for students who are highly motivated, with a genuine passion for their studies. UCM students can be found in the reading room until late in the evening.
Preparing students for a wide range of future careers in which they will have to work together in teams, collaborative learning is an essential element of the UCM curriculum.
UCM believes in small-scale and intensive education, in which students take responsibility for their own development. Problem-Based Learning harnasses student's innate curiosityn for solving intellectual problems, to guarantee active and effective learning.
UCM is more than a study programme. It is a vibrant academic community, where staff and students engage in a wide variety of academic and social activities to enrich their personal development.
Your future - UCM graduates go on to a wide variety of Master programmes all over the world, and have careers which make a real difference.
It's for people who want to do more than one thing and want to be able to combine courses however they want