Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands

Radboud University (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) is a research-focused university that offers courses in a wide range of subject areas. Radboud University is successful in acquiring research grants, both internationally and nationally, by taking a quarter of all Gravitation grants and twenty percent of all Spinoza grants, the most prestigious research grants in the Netherlands. Radboud University offers a full range of more than 250 courses in English for exchange students at all faculties.

The University is located in the city of Nijmegen, close to the German border. It is the oldest city in the Netherlands, but also offers modern architecture and has a large student population. Radboud University is noted for its green campus, often listed among the most attractive in the Netherlands.

Priority partner

The Radboud - Glasgow Collaboration Fund is available to support Research, Learning & Teaching and Short-term staff mobility. University of Glasgow staff can apply to the International Partnership Development Fund for funding to build collaborations with Radboud.

Network partner

Radboud University and the University of Glasgow are both members of the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities

Programme partner

Dual masters degree: MSc International Business - Development studies

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree: International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development (ILGSPD)

Mobility partner (pending for 2023-24)

>> Information for incoming students

Estimated number of mobility places:

  • Law and Psychology both have 4-6 full-year or 8-12 semester places
  • All other subjects each have 1-3 full-year places or 2-6 semester places

Available Subject Areas

Please ensure that you research the courses available to you as an exchange student, and check with your subject coordinator(s) that these courses are suitable for your Glasgow degree programme. Please note that partner course offerings may change on a yearly basis.

Please research course level; content and assessment structures; partner academic pre-requisites for exchange students; whether enough courses / credits are available in your degree subject(s) to meet your Glasgow degree credit requirements; language of teaching and for Joint Honours students, whether the partner has any restrictions on taking courses from different Schools/Faculties.

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Business & Management
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Language
  • History
  • Law
  • Life Sciences
  • Physics
  • Politics and International Relations
  • Psychology

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