The University of Amsterdam is developing four open city campuses that connect the city and the University and combine the advantages of both. Studying at the University of Amsterdam means studying in a vibrant city with excellent opportunities for education and research. A city where there is plenty of space for cooperation and exchange.
The Faculty of Humanities and the University Library will be housed in and around the Binnengasthuis, a historical place in the centre of Amsterdam where the Athenaeum Illustre, the forerunner of the University of Amsterdam, was founded in 1632. Monumental buildings are being renovated or completely rebuilt so that they will be ready for future generations of students and staff.
In the video below, a student guides you around the Faculty of Humanities. You can also watch the video of the Faculty of Law, which is also currently located in the city centre. (In the summer of 2017, the Faculty of Law will move to the Roeterseiland Campus).
The place for Economics and Business, the Amsterdam Business School, the Social and Behavioural Sciences and student cultural centre CREA. Here you will find modern buildings, new study facilities, research labs and several restaurants. From the summer of 2017, the Faculty of Law will also be located here.
In the videos below, students guide you around the Faculty of Economics and Business and the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
Since 2010, the Faculty of Science has been housed in a new building, beside the brand-new University Sports Centre and the Amsterdam University College, also located in a new building.
For a guided tour through the Faculty of Science, watch the videos below.
The Faculty of Medicine is located at the Academic Medical Center (AMC). The location allows for a continual exchange of knowledge between medical disciplines, and gives students the opportunity carry out their studies surrounded by doctors, nurses and patients.
Watch the video below for a guided tour of the AMC.
More information about the ongoing development of the UvA’s campus can be found on campus.uva.nl/en.