Past events

  •   516 Oct 2018

    Dutch Agri Food Week 2018

    During the fourth edition of the Dutch Agri Food Week The Netherlands will evolve around the future of our food. Visitors will get answers to the question: ‘what are we eating now, and what will be eating in 2050?’

  • 15 Oct 2018
    Lecture

    When did Karl Marx think Capitalism would Fall?

    Studium Generale | Lecture
    Gareth Stedman Jones, Professor of the History of Ideas, Queen Mary, University of London, Director Centre for History and Economics, King's College Cambridge

  • 15 Oct 2018
  • 15 Oct 2018
    Conference

    Human Brain Project Open Day

    An exciting programme for the general public interested in the latest developments on how modern computing technologies enhance our understanding of the human brain and how this knowledge can be applied to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic tools for brain disorders. The programme includes a Science Market, keynote lectures from scientists Dick Swaab and Jeff Hawkins, and highlights of local top research.

  •   1114 Oct 2018

    Dutch Dance Festival

    The 21st Dutch Dance festival will be taking place in 2018 when the city of Maastricht again immerses itself in the diversity of Dutch dance from the 10th till the 14th of October.

  • 13 Oct 2018
    Information activity

    Bachelor's Open Day

    Find out more about one of the most international universities in Europe, experience our unique approach to teaching, immerse yourself in your programme of choice, and explore our beautiful city.

  •   812 Oct 2018
  • 12 Oct 2018
    Inaugural lectures & valedictory lectures

    Inauguration prof.dr. Leon L. Schurgers

    "Vasculaire verkalking: een hard-nekkig probleem"

  • 12 Oct 2018
    PhD Defence

    PhD Conferral Mrs. Isabelle Bos, MSc.

    “Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease; relations with vascular factors and cognition in the pre-dementia stages”

  • 12 Oct 2018
    PhD Defence

    PhD Conferral Mrs. Judith H.G. van Haare, MSc.

    "Microvascular dysfunction as an early hallmark of cardiac disease”