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News

  • The consultation round on the upcoming ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2022 is herewith launched! Grab the opportunity to share your experiences with ITEM! Dossier suggestions can be made up to and including 23 January 2022.

  • It was a long-held desire: redesigning the curriculum for the bachelor's programme in Rechtsgeleerdheid (Law).' It is a return to the thematic approach, but in a 21st century context. There are no more short cases, but one big project per semester that involves the different types of law. After two...

  • The consultation round on the upcoming ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2021 is herewith launched! Grab the opportunity to share your experiences with ITEM! Dossier suggestions can be made up to and including 18 January 2021.

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  • The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has introduced a new funding instrument to stimulate Open Science. Eligible initiatives are in the broad field of Open Science; ways to publish more open access, to unlock and share data, or to bring about a cultural change within the organization to Open Science.

  • DigiD is known as the quick and easy identification system for use of government websites. Sadly, in the past frontier workers seemed to be excluded from this service. In accordance with the ruling of the Council of State, the Dutch government has officially expanded the DigiD provision. Meaning...

  • ITEM kapoenstraat

    A fresh start for ITEM

    Since August 2020 ITEM has moved to a beautiful historic building of Maastricht University in the city centre of Maastricht. In addition, ITEM has a new coordinator, Pascal Vossen, who runs the daily office since this spring.

Publications

 

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It's no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.
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  • Fred Zijlstra

    Professor Fred Zijlstra is set to retire in May.

  • Online PBL
    13 Mar

    We are happy that you are interested in Regenerative Medicine and Technology. Choosing which university and bachelor's programme you want to attend is an important decision - one that shapes your future. We understand that. That is why we created this online Q&A session to provide you with the best possible support in making your decision.

  • instagram

    Over the weekend of March 25-26, TikTok users started sharing videos of their experiences trying to delete their Instagram accounts on Android devices. Users took issue with not being able to delete their accounts via the Instagram app and having to use a desktop/mobile browser to complete the process.

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  • Register via Studielink.nl

    Register via Studielink.nl Make an account and choose your programme Off

    You register for a programme via Studielink. In Studielink you state which programme you want to do.


    Future students must first of all make an account in Studielink. If you live in the Netherlands then you can log in directly with your DigID. If you do not have a DigID yet, then you can apply for one. If you do not live in the Netherlands yet, then you must first request a user name and password from Studielink.
 With these you can make an account.

    Register directly via Studielink    
    Apply for a DigiD     

     Read more about registering via Studielink

  • Upload your documents in MyUM

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    After applying via Studielink, you will receive an email from Maastricht University within 24 hours containing log in credentials consisting of your personal student number and password. With these log in credentials, you will gain access to the MyUM portal, the intranet of UM.

    In order to complete your application, please upload the following documents via MyUM as soon as possible:

    • A recent passport picture
    • A copy of your passport or your EU identity card (valid on 1 September 2016)
    • A certified copy of your diploma, including the supplement and associated list of grades*
    • Your curriculum vitae
    • Copy of your language test with sufficient results (if applicable)
    • GRE score report (if applicable) also send by e-mail to: masteradmission-fhml@maastrichtuniversity.nl

    Only complete applications will be reviewed. All documents should be in English, Dutch or German. If your diploma is in a different language, than a certified translation is required.

    * If you haven’t graduated yet, send us transcripts from your bachelor’s and/or master's programme. You must have completed your bachelor’s before 1 September 2016.

    Once your admissibillity has been positively assessed, send the certified copy of your diploma to:

    Maastricht University
    Student Service Centre
    Admissions & Registration

    PO Box 616
    6200 MD Maastricht
    The Netherlands

    Please note: If you hold a Maastricht University bachelor’s degree, you do not have to upload the above-mentioned documents. Make sure that UM has a copy of your passport valid until 1 September 2016.

     Read more about uploading your documents via MyUM

  • The UM assesses your admissibility

    The UM assesses your admissibility Do you satisfy all of the conditions Off

    Based on the documents you have uploaded the UM assesses whether you are admissible for the programme that you have registered for. Two outcomes are possible:

    • If you meet the admission requirements, you are admissible. Your application will be processed in step 4.
    • If you do not meet the admission requirements, you are not admissible. Your application will be rejected and the admissions procedure will stop.

     Read more about admissibility

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Stories

  • In this episode, host Chang Sun invited Professor Elisabeth Brüggen to join the DSMINDSETS Podcast. Elisabeth (Lisa) is a Professor for Financial Services at the Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management under School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Maastricht University. She is also the Scientific Lead at Brightlands Institute for Smart Society (BISS).

  • In this episode, host Chang Sun invited Dr. Martina Summer-Kutmon to join the DSMINDSETS Podcast. Martina is an Assistant professor at the Department of Bioinformatics (BiGCaT) and the Maastricht Centre for Systems Biology (MaCSBio).

  • In this new DSMINDSETS Podcast episode we invited Ana Vaniqui.  Ana worked as an Innovation Physicist at Maastro Clinic for many years where she is also very involved in the research projects. Maastro Clinic is a top recognized clinical institution that provides patient care with radiotherapy and also does a lot of research in the field of clinical radiotherapy.

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Anchored in the Eu(region)

As internationally oriented as UM may be, it also places great value on its strong connection with Limburg and the Euregion. The university nurtures partnerships with many regional companies, knowledge institutes and government agencies. Together, we aim to play a leading role in the sustainable economic development of the region.

In this context, UM and its partners have entered into the ambitious strategic programme Kennis-As Limburg. This programme will see the existing and new campuses in Maastricht, Geleen, Venlo and Parkstad merged into a single, international knowledge centre specialising in the areas of biomaterials and innovative healthcare. The campuses serve as flywheels to attract knowledge workers, keep the population vital and fuel the growth engine of the Limburg economy. 

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Anchored in the Eu(region) 

As internationally oriented as UM may be, it also places great value on its strong connection with Limburg and the Euregion. The university nurtures partnerships with many regional companies, knowledge institutes and government agencies. Together, we aim to play a leading role in the sustainable economic development of the region.

In this context, UM and its partners have entered into the ambitious strategic programme Kennis-As Limburg. This programme will see the existing and new campuses in Maastricht, Geleen, Venlo and Parkstad merged into a single, international knowledge centre specialising in the areas of biomaterials and innovative healthcare. The campuses serve as flywheels to attract knowledge workers, keep the population vital and fuel the growth engine of the Limburg economy. 

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