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Additional spaces available for the class of 2024
15 March 2021
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We have some great news for prospective students!

Due to the unprecedented interest in the University of Groningen, UCG has been asked to make additional spaces available for the class of 2024. On average, our University is receiving 25% more applications this year due to the Covid pandemic and Brexit.

If you are applying for our programme, keep in mind that we do have limited places available every academic year, for the year 2021-2022 we have 150 spots available.

If you are keen to be part of our Liberal Arts and Sciences programme, we recommend you to complete your application as soon as possible. We review applications on a first come, first serve basis.


Need a hand with your application?

If you are unsure of your next step with your application or whether you are stuck somewhere in the application process, please do not hesitate to contact us. We're here for you from Monday to Friday during office hours.

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Last modified:16 March 2021 5.09 p.m.

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