The University of Groningen offers world-class facilities to open a world of opportunity to you. As a student, you’ll have access to a wide range of facilities to aid your academic progress. Our Language Centre offers a multitude of language courses, including basic Dutch courses to help our international students feel more at home in the Netherlands. Our library is a peaceful place to study, with coffee areas ideal for group break-out sessions or taking a breather. And, we have various other online and offline (research) systems in place to support you in your study process.
Library Study Spaces
The UG has three libraries – the University Library (UB) in the city centre, the Zernike library, and the central medical library – offering access to more than three million printed books, one million ebooks, 80,000 e-journals, and 5,000 magazines. Or, for digital access to all our books, e-books, magazines, journals, and DVDs, use Smartcat, the university’s online library catalogue. You can also book a studio for study sessions or private study via the library. Computers are available: simply check the availability via the University of Groningen Library page and log in with your student number and password.
Our students and staff all have access to our wireless Eduroam network in many of the university buildings and Eduroam supported institutions around the world.
As a student, you can print out whatever you need using your student number. All you have to do is load credit on your student card using iDeal, VISA, or Mastercard, upload the document you want to print and go to the university printer’s. There you can manually log in or access your print job using your student card.
AV equipment is available for university-related work, ranging from research and faculty communications to teaching, and PR. Laptops, camcorders, video projectors, cameras, various recorders, tripods and studio facilities available to staff and students.
Ocasys: Course Catalogue
Our online course catalogue system Ocasys provides an overview of all the courses available at the UG, along with their entry requirements, and study outcomes.
University Newspaper (UK)
UG students and staff receive weekly news updates from the University Newspaper (UK). Sent to your university email, these UG-centred articles are an easy way to keep abreast on what’s happening on campus.
The University’s Language Centre offers language courses ranging from French and Italian to Japanese and Hebrew. It’s a great way to help you prepare for an exchange programme abroad. And, for our international students, there’s also Dutch, of course.
Studium Generale Groningen
The University of Groningen and Hanze University of Applied Sciences are collaborating on the Studium Generale Groningen project. This project organises interesting lectures and debates on a wide variety of current topics.
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