|Date:||17 September 2020|
Much as it was scary, it was also exciting and hopeful for me to live by myself in another country. Going to university is a big step in life and I am thankful to my younger self for the decision to spend my study years in Groningen. Here’s why:
|Date:||02 September 2020|
I had more than a dozen job interviews, the recruiters are very interested in how you as a recent graduate are affected by this situation. In general, I had the feeling that recruiters show respect and understanding that it is not an easy time to find a job.
|Date:||10 July 2020|
It helped a lot that the academic community in Groningen is very strong and, despite the challenges, communication online became more frequent.
|Date:||12 November 2019|
Should I go for my interests or do I look for programs, which offer me a good starting salary? Should I go abroad for my Master and if so, how to get first-hand information about the program I want to study. Therefore, this blog post gives a short overview on how to choose the right Master. I picked five aspects, which were crucial for my own decision.
|Date:||24 September 2019|
During the first week I spent in Groningen, I did not believe that this year will be one of the best years in my life.
|Date:||11 September 2019|
Alumnus Erekle tells us how he made sure he felt at home in Groningen
|Date:||24 June 2019|
Our alumni ambassador Martin tells about Campus Fryslân where he studied. Are you ready to discover the city with him?
|Date:||13 June 2019|
Student Ambassador Aryan tells about the beginning of his career.
|Date:||06 June 2019|
An interview with UG alumna Charlotte Rixten, the director of museum Villa Mondriaan
|Date:||23 May 2019|
While pursuing a master's degree at the UG, Dominic decided to do not one, but two internships at top political organizations.