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  • 10 reasons to choose UvA - University of Amsterdam
    Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Bachelor s Studying at the UvA Bachelor s Bachelor s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters Studying at the UvA General study information History of the UvA UvA facilities UvA campus City of Amsterdam Student films 10 reasons to choose UvA On this page 1 Rankings 2 Range of study programmes 3 Depth of study programmes 4 International research networks 5 History 6 Quality of life 7 Practical support 8 Career prospects 9 Prime location 10 Personal development The UvA traces its roots back to 1632 when the Amsterdam city council founded the Athenaeum Illustre to train students in trade and philosophy 1 Rankings The UvA scores highly in various world university rankings Times Higher Education Shanghai Centre of Higher Education Development Leiden It is ranked among the top 30 universities in Europe and the top 100 worldwide University rankings 2 Range of study programmes The UvA has one of the largest selections of international Master s study programmes of any university in Europe with over 130 taught in English and several entirely unique to the UvA International study programmes 3 Depth of study programmes Students benefit from excellent academic career paths with multiple options to pursue a study within or across disciplines from the Bachelor s up to the PhD level and beyond Teaching and research are closely linked in all Bachelor s and Master s programmes at the UvA Vision on teaching and learning 4 International research networks The UvA is a member of the League of European Research Universities LERU and of Universitas 21 a leading global network of research intensive universities It is also an active partner in many EU wide initiatives with other universities and research institutions LERU Universitas21 5 History The UvA s open tolerant and international academic tradition dates back to 1632 when its predecessor the Athenaeum Illustre was founded With almost 30 000 students it is now one of the largest comprehensive research universities in Europe History of the UvA 6 Quality of life Amsterdam was ranked 11th out of 200 cities worldwide in Mercer s 2013 Quality of Living Survey In the pan European International Student Barometer 94 of students polled were satisfied with safety and 91 said Amsterdam was the place to be 7 Practical support Some 3 000 international degree and exchange students from over 90 countries are presently enrolled at the UvA They are actively supported by UvA staff and fellow students during their time in Amsterdam The UvA helps with practical matters such as opening a bank account applying for visas and finding accommodation UvA service departments 8 Career prospects The presence of numerous Dutch and international businesses e g Philips ING Heineken academic institutions and cultural organisations makes Amsterdam the commercial social and artistic heart of the Netherlands and a prestigious global

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  • Open days and other activities - University of Amsterdam
    UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Bachelor s Open days Bachelor s Bachelor s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters Open days Bachelor s Day UvA taster sessions UvA shadowing opportunities UvA webinar Education fairs Representatives abroad Open days and other activities An overview of open days at the UvA and other activities to help you orient yourself towards a study programme UvA Bachelor s Day 31 October 2015 Get information about post secondary education and the Bachelor s programmes at the UvA and find out which one might suit you best Bachelor s Day Taster sessions 7 11 December 2015 Immerse yourself in a study programme by joining a taster session It s one of the best ways to answer the question does this programme really suit me Taster sessions Shadowing opportunities Spending a day shadowing a UvA student is a good way of finding out what studying and student life is really like Shadowing opportunities

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  • Enrolling in a programme - University of Amsterdam
    Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Bachelor s How to apply Bachelor s Bachelor s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters How to apply Approved qualifications Dutch language requirements English language requirements Additional requirements Enrolling in a programme Step by step guides The UvA has one of the largest numbers of international degree programmes of any university in Europe with over 120 taught in English several of which are unique to the UvA Enrol in a Dutch taught programme Enrol in an English taught programme Student Service Desk If you have any questions about the enrolment procedure contact the UvA Student Service Desk Reasons to contact the Student Service Desk SSD might include you wish to enrol in a different programme you are enrolling after 1 September you are enrolled in a Bachelor s programme and wish to continue which means you must enrol again for the following year you have completed a Bachelor s programme at the UvA and now wish to enrol in

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  • Scholarships & Tuition - University of Amsterdam
    Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Bachelor s Scholarships Tuition Bachelor s Bachelor s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters Scholarships Tuition Scholarships and loans Tuition fees Scholarships Tuition Tuition fees Tuition fees for degree programmes are dependent on the country of which the student is a citizen Most international study programmes are financed by the Dutch government Students from one of the EU EEA countries or from Suriname or Switzerland pay the regular national tuition fee for their first degree programme at the UvA Tuition fees for students from non EU EEA countries are considerably higher because their study is not subsidised by the Dutch government Scholarships The UvA has established two scholarship programmes specifically designed to offer talented and motivated non EU EEA students the opportunity to pursue a degree at the UvA One scholarship available to UvA students is the Amsterdam Merit Scholarship A new prestigious scholarship programme called the Amsterdam Excellence Scholarship was launched in 2014 targeting exceptionally talented Master s students from outside Europe In addition to the scholarships mentioned above other

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  • Practical matters - University of Amsterdam
    Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Bachelor s Practical matters Bachelor s Bachelor s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters Practical matters Visas and permits Insurance Housing Transportation Living in Amsterdam Working in the Netherlands Student support Start appointment Disability or chronic illness Practical matters Information for international students Moving to a new city and beginning a new study should be a happy and exciting experience The University of Amsterdam has a number of services and support facilities to ensure this is the case Among the first things the UvA can help you with is finding somewhere to live and finding out what papers you will need to live there legally Student Service Desk International Student Network ISN In addition the International Student Network ISN Amsterdam a student run organisation is dedicated to helping international students studying at the University of Amsterdam and Hogeschool van Amsterdam make the most of their stay in the Netherlands Each semester there is an introduction organised by the ISN for international students arriving at the UvA see link below

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  • Master's programmes - University of Amsterdam
    track Full time Business Administration MSc Leadership and Management Master track Full time Business Administration MSc Marketing Master track Full time Business Administration MSc Strategy Master track Full time Business Administration International Management Master track Full time Business Economics Master s Full time Business Economics Finance Master track Full time Business Economics Organisation Economics Master track Full time Business Economics Real Estate Finance Master track Full time Business in Society joint degree VU and UvA Research Master s Full time Chemistry Master s Full time part time Chemistry Analytical Sciences Master track Full time part time Chemistry Molecular Design Synthesis and Catalysis Master track Full time part time Chemistry Molecular Simulation and Photonics Master track Full time part time Chemistry Science for Energy and Sustainability Master track Full time Chemistry Sustainability The Molecular Approach Master track Full time Child Development and Education Research Master s Full time Classics and Ancient Civilizations Ancient History Master s Full time Classics and Ancient Civilizations Ancient Studies Master s Full time Classics and Ancient Civilizations Classics Master s Full time Communication Science Research Master s Research Master s Full time Communication Science Corporate Communication Master s Full time Communication Science Entertainment Communication Master s Full time Communication Science Persuasive Communication Master s Full time Communication Science Political Communication Master s Full time Communication and Information Studies Discourse and Argumentation Studies Dual Master s Full time Computational Science Master s Full time Computer Science Master s Full time Conflict Resolution and Governance Master s Full time Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage Master s Full time Contemporary Asian Studies Master s Full time Cultural and Social Anthropology Master s Full time Earth Sciences Master s Full time Econometrics Master s Full time Econometrics Big Data Business Analytics Master track Full time Econometrics Financial Econometrics Master track Full time Econometrics Free Track Master track Full time Econometrics Mathematical Economics Master track Full time Economics Master s Full time Economics Behavioural Economics and Game Theory Master track Full time Economics Development Economics Master track Full time Economics Industrial Organisation Regulation and Competition Policy Master track Full time Economics International Economics and Globalisation Master track Full time Economics Monetary Policy and Banking Master track Full time Economics Public Economic Policy Master track Full time Entrepreneurship joint degree VU and UvA Master s Full time European Private Law LLM Master s Full time European Studies East European Studies Master s Full time European Studies European Policy Master s Full time European Studies Governing Europe Master s Full time European Studies Identity and Integration Master s Full time Executive Programme in Management Studies Executive Master s Part time Forensic Science Master s Full time Heritage Studies Heritage and Memory Studies Dual Master s Full time Heritage Studies Museum Studies Dual Master s Full time Heritage Studies Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image Dual Master s Full time History American Studies Master s Full time History Holocaust and Genocide Studies Master s Full time part time Human Geography Master s

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  • 10 reasons to choose UvA - University of Amsterdam
    Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Master s Studying at the UvA Master s Master s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters Studying at the UvA General study information About Master s programmes History of the UvA UvA facilities UvA campus City of Amsterdam Student films Testimonials 10 reasons to choose UvA On this page 1 Rankings 2 Range of study programmes 3 Depth of study programmes 4 International research networks 5 History 6 Quality of life 7 Practical support 8 Career prospects 9 Prime location 10 Personal development The UvA traces its roots back to 1632 when the Amsterdam city council founded the Athenaeum Illustre to train students in trade and philosophy 1 Rankings The UvA scores highly in various world university rankings Times Higher Education Shanghai Centre of Higher Education Development Leiden It is ranked among the top 30 universities in Europe and the top 100 worldwide University rankings 2 Range of study programmes The UvA has one of the largest selections of international Master s study programmes of any university in Europe with over 130 taught in English and several entirely unique to the UvA International study programmes 3 Depth of study programmes Students benefit from excellent academic career paths with multiple options to pursue a study within or across disciplines from the Bachelor s up to the PhD level and beyond Teaching and research are closely linked in all Bachelor s and Master s programmes at the UvA Vision on teaching and learning 4 International research networks The UvA is a member of the League of European Research Universities LERU and of Universitas 21 a leading global network of research intensive universities It is also an active partner in many EU wide initiatives with other universities and research institutions LERU Universitas21 5 History The UvA s open tolerant and international academic tradition dates back to 1632 when its predecessor the Athenaeum Illustre was founded With almost 30 000 students it is now one of the largest comprehensive research universities in Europe History of the UvA 6 Quality of life Amsterdam was ranked 11th out of 200 cities worldwide in Mercer s 2013 Quality of Living Survey In the pan European International Student Barometer 94 of students polled were satisfied with safety and 91 said Amsterdam was the place to be 7 Practical support Some 3 000 international degree and exchange students from over 90 countries are presently enrolled at the UvA They are actively supported by UvA staff and fellow students during their time in Amsterdam The UvA helps with practical matters such as opening a bank account applying for visas and finding accommodation UvA service departments 8 Career prospects The presence of numerous Dutch and international businesses e g Philips ING Heineken academic institutions and cultural organisations makes Amsterdam the commercial social and artistic heart of the Netherlands and

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  • Open days - University of Amsterdam
    Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Education Master s Open days Master s Master s programmes Studying at the UvA Open days How to apply Scholarships Tuition Practical matters Open days Master s Week Master s Introduction Master s Day UvA webinar Education fairs Representatives abroad Student information for selected countries Open days Discover the UvA Are you orienting yourself towards a Master s degree Come to one of our information events and discover what studying at the University of Amsterdam is like Master s Day The UvA Master s Day is an opportunity to find out which Master s programme best matches your skills and interests Join us on Saturday 14 November 2015 A video impression of the information session organised for international students at the UvA s Master s Day on 1 November 2014 Loading video Webinars For prospective students who live too far away to attend our Open Days the UvA regularly organises online information sessions webinars on a range of topics You can also view recordings of past webinars Master s Week Are you still

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