University of Groningen

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Front of the main building of the University of Groningen

The University of Groningen (Dutch: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen or RuG) is a university in Groningen, Netherlands.

Established in 1614, it is one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands, boasting more than 100,000 graduates since its inception.

More than 20,000 students are currently enrolled in more than 160 bachelor's degree and master's degree programmes, and some 775 students are studying for their PhD. Every year, about 2,500 students graduate from the university, and some 250 PhD students defend their doctorate thesis.

As the university's students and staff come from the Netherlands and from at least 90 other countries, the University of Groningen is truly international. The university has 6,000 employees and an annual budget of 494 million. It is one of the largest employers in the north of the Netherlands, generating 31,000 jobs in the region; 10.6% of the total of 12+ hours/week jobs is generated by the university.

The large number of students reduces the average age of the population of the city of Groningen; partly for this reason the city has a lively and dynamic character.

The University's math center now houses Europe's 2nd fastest supercomputer [1], for the LOFAR project.

Faculties

Management and Organization Website
Economics Website
Arts Website
Law Website
Theology and Religious Studies Website
Philosophy Website
Behavioural and Social Sciences Website
Medical Sciences Website
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Website
Spatial Sciences Website

Groningen University people

See also

Groningen University Theatre Society

External link

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