Semester Exchange - Radboud University

Semester Exchange - Radboud University

Radboud University is a public university with a strong focus on research located in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Nijmegen is in east Netherlands near the German border, a great central location travel through Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and further easily connects to other European cities by train. The town itself is associated with history, leafy parks, culture and nature. There is a strong student culture as the university is only minutes out of the centre and easy bike ride to class each day. The Dutch university information guide Keuzegids Universiteiten lists Radboud University as the best traditional university 2016 of all the traditional general universities. 

Country: Netherlands,
Program Dates: Semester 1: August - January, Semester 2: February - July
Type of program: Exchange
Length of Program: 5 months
Language of Instruction: English, Dutch
Course Information: Radboud University has a variety of subjects taught in English. International Business and Economics, International Business Administration, Humanities, Language and Communication, Religion and Philosophy, Behavioural and Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Planning and Human Geography, Public Administration and Political Science, Law, ICT, Science, Medical Science. For more information visit the website.
Accommodation
: Please refer to the accommodation website
More Information: Please refer to this website Radboud University Nijmegen

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for this program, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a nomination from Macquarie Unviersity
  • Meet English or Dutch language requirement for non-native speakers

How to apply

Important notes:

Application Fee: No fee

Payment Options: No fee

Logistics Fees: No fee

Insurance: It is a requirement of the exchange program that all students must purchase their own travel insurance to cover them for the duration of their entire journey overseas.  

Program Costs: You remain enrolled at Macquarie University and continue to pay your tuition fees to Macquarie University. As an exchange student you pay no tuition fees to host university. However, you must also always be prepared for unexpected expenses, and should consider how you will be dealing with the expenses of your exchange before you leave your home country. Prior to departure, you will need to save sufficient funds to cover all of your expenses for the duration of your exchange. Some costs to consider include: airfares, students visa (if required), travel health insurance, accommodation, food, additional travel, entertainment, textbooks, incidental expense. If you wish to work while you are away, it is important to note that work rights for international students vary from country to country. For further information about your visa restrictions please contact the consulate or embassy of your host country.

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Summary
Radboud University is a public university with a strong focus on research located in Nijmegen, Netherlands. The Dutch university information guide Keuzegids Universiteiten lists Radboud University as the best traditional university 2016 of all the traditional general universities.

Area of study
Business; Health and medical sciences; Law, security and intelligence; Media, creative arts, and communication; Science; Society, history and languages

Eligibility
Full offers only

Tags
Macquarie, Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Business, Economics, Humanities, Language and Communication, Religion and Philosophy, Behavioural and Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Planning and Human Geography, Public Administration and Political Science, Law, ICT, Science, Medical Science, Exchange, Radboud, Netherlands

Benefits
Travel Grant

Value
AU$700

Phone
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Email
mi.exchange@mq.edu.au

Apply URL
https://mqedu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6xtWaFwZoUxHDQ9

Closing dates URL
http://www.mq.edu.au/study/international-students/scholarships/muis/vcis-closing-dates

Level of study
Undergraduate; Postgraduate

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