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  • TOMA

    First graduates of Biomedicine and Biophysics double degree programme

    Friday, June 30, 2017
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    “Pneumonia is still the biggest killer in Africa”

    Thursday, November 10, 2016

    Twelve November it is World Pneumonia Day. Camielle Noordam did PhD research on pneumonia in children in sub-Saharan Africa.

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  • Fewer limitations after exposure to painful activities

    Thursday, August 11, 2016

    Paradoxical discovery in chronic pain research (MUMC+ news)

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  • New non-invasive treatment of basal cell carcinomas

    Tuesday, June 28, 2016

    Certain types of basal cell carcinoma can be treated using anti-inflammatory ointment instead of surgical intervention (MUMC+ Nieuws).

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  • Rusprix Award for Double Degree master UM en Tomsk State University

    Monday, June 20, 2016

    The TOMA (Tomsk-Maastricht) Double Master Program (DDP) of Maastricht University and Tomsk State University (Russia) have been awarded the Rusprix Award.

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  • Marian Majoie

    Kempenhaeghe neurologist Professor Marian Majoie to hold unique chair

    Wednesday, June 15, 2016

    Foundation for the future: epilepsy education (inaugural lecture Marian Majoie, press release Kempenhaeghe)

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Bijker, W.E. (Wiebe)

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Technology & Society Studies
Room 1.009
+31(0)43 3883321 w​.​bijker​@​​maastricht​university​.​nl Full profile

Blitterswijk, C.A. van

CTR, MERLN, Fac. Health, Medicine and Life Sciences Full profile

Roos, P.N. de (Pascal)

Digital Innovation, Marketing & Communications, Maastricht University Office Full profile

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Steps

  1. Register via Studielink.nl

    Make an account and choose your programme

    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

  2. Upload your documents in MyUM

    Check what you need

    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[at]maastrichtuniversity[dot]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

  3. The UM assesses your admissibility

    Do you satisfy all of the conditions

    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

  4. Admissions procedure and message about admission

    The faculty decides on the basis of your quality and suitability

    Message about admission

    On the basis of the documents you have uploaded and the admission procedure the faculty decides on whether to admit you.

    You will receive an email about this. Three outcomes are possible:

    • You are admitted
    • You are rejected
    • You are conditionally admitted due to missing documents

    If you are conditionally admitted then the mail will state which documents you still need to upload.

     Read more about your admission

  5. Complete your registration at the UM

    Pay your tuition fees

    Once you have successfully completed Step 4 you will receive a request to pay your tuition fees. As soon as you have received this request you must pay your tuition fees to UM within ten working days or arrange your direct debit for this. Ensure in any case that you have done this before 31 August.


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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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