Each semester, the Faculty of Science welcomes exchange students from various partner universities from all over the world. Are you also interested in studying at one of the largest Science hubs in Europe? Then read on and find out how you can apply for one of our exchange programmes.
After the cancellation of student exchanges for 2020-2021, we are happy to announce we are now open to receive nominations and applications for exchanges in the academic year of 2021-2022.
Researchers and students at the Faculty of Science are fascinated by every aspect of how the world works, be it elementary particles, the birth of the universe or the functioning of the brain. With education and research in mathematics, physics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, logic and computer science, we are fully immersed in the entire spectrum of the sciences.
The Faculty of Science is located at the Science Park, an innovative hub of teaching, research and knowledge-intensive industry. To fully benefit from local expertise and facilities, and to offer science students a greater choice in elective courses, specializations and projects, the Faculty of Science collaborates intensively with the science faculties of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
The Faculty of Science participates in various exchange programmes:
Below you can find more information on the application for the Erasmus Programme and the courses offered for exchange students by the Faculty of Science.
The Faculty of Science offers a variety of courses for both bachelor and master students. Although most of the Bachelor's (undergraduate) courses at the Faculty of Science are taught in Dutch, a number of courses are also taught in English. All Master's (graduate) courses are taught in English. Participation in Master's level courses is only possible if the exchange agreement allows it and if the exchange student meets the entry requirements.
Students with an EU nationality who wish to take part in an internship or research project at the Faculty of Science are always welcome to apply. However, students are responsible for finding and arranging an internship/research project themselves. The best way to do so is by perusing the websites of the Faculty of Science research institutes. Once a suitable position has been found, interested students should contact the leader of the research group to find out if placement is possible.
The Appendix below outlines our contact information, English language requirements, further requirements, academic calendar, nomination and application deadlines, academic information, and links to information about housing, visa and insurance.
|Credits||various ECTS, various months|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Conditions for admission|