News and Events
Overview of news and events
|Date:||09 September 2019|
On 9 November 2019 it will be 30 years since the Berlin Wall fell. In 1989 the University of Groningen (UG) acted on this historical fact by establishing official cooperation with universities in the Central European region, both at management and at academic level.
|Date:||04 June 2019|
From 13-17 May, UG hosted 25 participants from 16 different countries from Europe and beyond for the 5th Erasmus + staff week, organised by International Strategy and Relations, and assisted by Mobility and Scholarship Desk. The theme of this week was ‘The ideal research support office’. UG staff from the Graduate Schools, Talent Development and Funding and Research departments offered workshops and seminars relating to this topic. Both participants and UG staff look back at a very inspiring week, where best practices where shared and ideas exchanged. This might even lead to an internal follow-up on the theme ‘The ideal research support office.
|Date:||15 February 2019|
Today we had the pleasure to welcome the Australian Ambassador to the Netherlands, H.E. Mr Matthew Neuhaus, and the First Secretary, Ms Michelle McKendry.
|Date:||30 November 2018|
The highly ranked Nanyang Technological University ( NTU ) in Singapore and the University of Groningen (UG) have signed a Collaborative Degree PhD Programme in Materials and Nanoscience/-engineering . This agreement allows for the co-supervision of PhD students in these fields by both NTU and UG researchers, leading to a Double Degree for the PhD candidates involved.
|Date:||27 August 2018|
How can we improve the interaction between international and Dutch students outside the classrooms? How can we create an inclusive, real “Groningen together”?
|Date:||09 April 2018|
From 9 to 13 April 2018 we hosted 46 participants for our staff week. We were happy to welcome colleagues from 20 different countries, a real international setting!
|Date:||12 March 2018|
On 12 and 13 March, a delegation from the Kurdistan Autonomous Region in Iraq visited the University of Groningen for a work visit. The visit was part of the TIGRIS project.