With twelve degree programmes the best in their category, seven in second place and two in third place, as well as joint second place in the rankings for broad-based classical universities, the University of Groningen has achieved an excellent assessment in the Consumer Guide to Higher Education 2011.
Each year the Guide discusses all the academic degree programmes available. This year, 55 of the University of Groningen’s degree programmes were examined in detail. Of these, 21 achieved a ranking in the top three in their category.Of the broad-based classical universities, Leiden is in top position with Groningen and Nijmegen tying for second place.
The Consumer Guide to Higher Education in the Netherlands (full-time) 2011 is published by the Centre for Higher Education Information (CHOI).
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