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Education University of Groningen Summer Schools Practical information Impressions



I appreciated the diversity of the programme both in terms of topics and the people. All of this diversity constantly presented me with new knowledge from many different angles.

Hai-Vu Phan, 5th year PhD student at University of Southern California - Groningen Energy Summer School 2017

The summer school was well organised. It brought in researchers and professors from the most prestigious universities in the world, and provided a wide academic diversity.

Alois Mutizira, PhD student at University of Cape Town - The Future of Child and Family Welfare Policy 2017

Joanna Mauer

The summer school was probably the best intellectual event I had during my studies: an awesome atmosphere and great discussions!

Joanna Maurer, 2nd year PhD Masaryk University - Beyond Horizons 2017

Giulia Zigotti

It was a great opportunity to meet people from around the world, make friends and become part of a network. I made good contacts with people that may help me to get further on my coming researches.

Ana Carolina Rodrigues, 2nd year PhD at University of Alicante - Summer School Youth, Education and Work in Post-Conflict Areas 2017


Groningen is the perfect student city where I can imagine myself living in. The city offers many interesting places to visit and it offers the right balance between school and leisure time. Students with all kind of cultural backgrounds will feel home in Groningen.

Iana Karras, First year PhD at Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald - Groningen Energy Summer School 2017

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