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Amsterdam • Affaires • Economie • Droit • Sciences du Comportement • Dentisterie, Chirurgie Buccale • Médecine, Général, Interne
L'emplacement principal de l'université est situé près du parc des Musées (Museumpark) à proximité de la station du métro de Rotterdam, Dijkzigt.
Fondée le 26 mars 1636, elle accueille aujourd'hui 29 927 étudiants et emploie 7 479 personnes (faculté de Médecine exclue) dont 602 professeurs. En 2011, 500 doctorats seront reçus et 7 010 articles ont été publiés. Le budget en 2010 s'élève à 716 millions d'euros dont 23 % issus de fonds privés.
Jusqu'au milieu des années 1990, elle s'appelait l’université publique d'Utrecht (Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht, RUU). Sa devise est « Sol Iustitiae Illustra Nos », c'est-à-dire « Soleil de la justice, éclaire-nous ».
Fondée en 1614, elle accueille aujourd'hui 27 507 étudiants et emploie 5 347 personnes dont 450 professeurs. En 2011, 1 400 étudiants y poursuivent un doctorat et 385 thèses doctorales sont publiés. Le budget en 2011 s'élève à 576 millions d'euros.
Le centre culturel français de Groningue se trouve à la Faculté de lettres.
Rotterdam • Affaires • Economie • Management
Le centre médical Érasme est l'un des plus grands centres hospitaliers universitaires des Pays-Bas.
Ce site est desservi par la station de métro Kralingse Zoom.
Delft • Management
Tilburg • Affaires • Economie • Droit • Théologie, Religion
Wageningen • Agriculture, Pêche, Alimentaire • Ecologie, Evolution, Environnement • Etudes culturelles
Rotterdam • Management • Affaires
RSM is ranked as one of the best European business schools, including 10th in the Financial Times meta-ranking and 3rd in Western Europe by Eduniversal. RSM is in the 1% of business schools worldwide which possess the distinguished Triple Crown Accreditation - AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB. In addition, RSM's programmes are accredited by the Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie (NVAO) and is part of the Global Alliance in Management Education (CEMS), a consortium of Europe's leading schools and corporate partners. RSM is also a member of the Partnership in International Management (PIM) network, and hosts a diverse international student body. In 2013, RSM became part of the Alliance of European and Chinese Business Schools, which is under the patronage of the European Federation of Management Development.
Leiden • Soins Infirmiers
The mission of Christelijke Hogeschool Ede consists of two pillars: developing and providing high quality professional education, through which students are formed as Christians, equipped and trained to be (starting) professionals and developing, sharing and applying knowledge, which is made available (commercially or non-profit) to a society with multiform worldviews.
Delft • Architecture • Ecologie, Evolution, Environnement
Delft • Management
Den Haag • Management
Hotelschool The Hague is one of the best independent single sector Universities of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.
Utrecht • Economie • Affaires
Utrecht School Economics (USE) is a recognised centre of expertise for multidisciplinary economics, dedicated to education and research. It strongly focuses on institutional, historical and spatial dimensions of economic issues as well as the integration and collaboration between general economics and business economics.
Except for the two international honours colleges of the university (University College and Roosevelt Academy), USE is together with the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences the only UU department that offers an English-taught undergraduate degree programme. Its chairs are responsible for teaching and conducting research.
The department is divided into three different institutes:
The college was founded in 2009 as a joint initiative of the VU University Amsterdam and the University of Amsterdam with a particular focus on the natural sciences. Although AUC has its own campus, students can also use facilities of both parent universities. The college is part of a recent wave of university colleges in the Netherlands which have introduced liberal arts education to the country.
AUC offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in the social sciences and humanities and a Bachelor of Science degree in science, which are pursued by about 50%, 15%, and 33% of the student body, respectively. The curriculum is strongly interdisciplinary; within each field, students have to pursue at least two disciplines. AUC further emphasizes its 'academic core', which makes up a large part of the curriculum.
Utrecht • Langues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques
L’UCU propose un programme de premier cycle (bachelor en Arts libéraux et Sciences) et accueille près de 700 étudiants. Le Collège est agréablement situé entre les deux sites de l'Université d'Utrecht, le campus de De Uithof et le centre-ville d'Utrecht. Enfin, l’UCU possède sa propre structure résidentielle et rappelle les collèges britanniques d’Oxbridge. La langue d'enseignement est l'anglais.
Il est à noter de manière anecdotique que le site de l'UCU est établi sur une ancienne base militaire néerlandaise (Kromhout Kazerne). Les trois-quarts restants de la base appartiennent toujours au ministère de la Défense (nl) (Ministerie van Defensie).
Den Haag • Communication • Etudes culturelles
Leiden University College The Hague has been established in close cooperation and with substantial support from the City of The Hague and is one of the pillars of Campus The Hague of Leiden University.
Maastricht • Musique
Maastricht • Langues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques
La Roosevelt Academy a été fondée en août 2004 et suit sensiblement le même modèle et les mêmes objectifs que son établissement sœur, l'University College Utrecht. Bien qu'elle soit une institution académique relativement récente, la Roosevelt Academy reste un établissement attrayant et offre beaucoup d'opportunités à ses étudiants.
Au terme de leur cursus universitaire au sein de la RA, les étudiants sont titulaires soit d'un bachelor en arts, soit d'un bachelor en sciences. Ces diplômes sont délivrés par l'université d'Utrecht.
La Roosevelt Academy porte le nom de la célèbre famille Roosevelt qui serait originaire de l'ancienne île de Tholen, dans la province de Zélande.
Rotterdam • Affaires • Sciences du Comportement
Maastricht • Economie • Relations Internationales • Sciences Politiques • Administration Publique • Sociologie
Mathématique, Statistiques, Finance • Banque, Assurance • Droit
The annual enrollment is around one hundred students. An administrative staff of eighteen faculty members comes from partnering institutions. The university is located in Amsterdam financial district Zuidas. The campus of the school is in the Symphony Offices building. The board of directors and the executive fellowship at DSF are also executive board directors at largest financial institutions in Netherlands. The school offers Masters of Science in four major tracks, amongst them the LLM program in Finance. In 2010, DSF was ranked 37th in the world for the programs in Finance according to the FT Masters ranking criteria. In 2015, Dutch Centre Higher Education Information (CHOI) has ranked LLM Finance and Law programme as the highest ranking professional program in Netherlands
Tilburg • Art
Delft • Management • Energie, Fuels • Télécommunication, Multimédia
Delft • Management
Amsterdam • Théâtre • Dance
In the Hollandsche Manege, the wealthy citizenry of Amsterdam and members of the Dutch royal house could practice their riding skills. The original Hollandsche Manege was built in 1744 and stood at the corner of the Lijnbaansgracht and Leidsegracht canals. The complex included stables for 60 horses and living quarters for a horse trainer (pikeur). On the upper floor of the horse trainer's house, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his sister Marianne gave a performance in 1766.
The riding school was demolished in 1881 when the Leidegracht canal was extended as far as the Singelgracht canal. To replace it, a new building in neoclassical style was constructed in 1882 at Vondelstraat 140, on the northeastern edge of the Vondelpark, which at that time was frequently used for horse riding. The new building was designed by the then-popular architect A.L. van Gendt, who also designed the Concertgebouw concert hall and the Amsterdam Centraal railway station.
The richly ornate interior features a main hall with balustrades and a cast-iron roof construction and a hallway from the lobby to the main hall with an iron and glass roof. In 1889 an extension was added onto the back side of the building, facing the street Overtoom. This extension, which included a carriage house, was demolished in 1969.
The present riding school has a stable of 35 horses and 15 ponies. The student riding clubs ASR BLOK and ASR H.O.R.S. have weekly training sessions in the Hollandsche Manege. The building is also used for dressage competitions. The building includes a publicly accessible café/restaurant and is rented out for receptions, weddings, and other events.
In the early 1970s, there were plans to demolish to Hollandsche Manege. Joop Ritmeester van de Kamp, chair of the organisation "De Hollandse Manege" (which managed the building), sought to demolish the building and build a new riding school in the Amsterdamse Bos, a manmade forest to the south of Amsterdam. The plans were scrapped after vocal protests, including a petition by art history students at the University of Amsterdam, who collected over 2,000 signatures against the demolition.
In 1986 the building underwent restoration. In 2007 it celebrated its 125-year anniversary. Since 28 May, 2009, the horses are no longer confined to the building but are also regularly let outside on the Koeienweide meadow of the adjacent Vondelpark.
It was founded as a Illustre school in 1655 and became a university in 1656. The local government supported the university and it became competitor for the University of Harderwijk as main university in the Gelders district. The Commanderie St. Jan became its accommodation and the university had professors like Petrus de Greve, Christopher Wittich, Johan Teyler and Gerhard Noodt. The university was in conflict with the universities in Holland because the ideas of René Descartes were spread. In 1672 the university was closed because of the French occupation. It reopened in 1674 but never recovered. The university was closed between 1678 and 1682. Attempts were made to reopen a university in Nijmegen which finally succeeded with the opening of the Catholic University in 1923.
Rotterdam • Dance • Musique
Utrecht • Mathématique, Statistiques, Finance • Education, Recherche Educationnelle
Since 2003, an international institute for mathematics education, Freudenthal Institute - USA (Fi-US) was established in collaboration with the Wisconsin University in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Since January 2006 Fi-US has been reallocated to the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Rotterdam • Médecine, Général, Interne
Le centre médical Érasme, le plus grand des huit centres hospitaliers universitaires aux Pays-Bas, fut nommé en l'honneur du philosophe rotterdamois Érasme.
Ce site est desservi par la station de métro Dijkzigt.
Management • Affaires • Economie
Ingénierie Industrielle • Affaires • Economie
BCE has locations at both university campuses: in Tilburg at the faculty of Economics and Business Administration, and in Eindhoven at the faculty of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences.
Amsterdam • Musique
Mathématique, Statistiques, Finance • Economie
The Tinbergen Institute has over 200 research fellows from the three participating universities, and some 190 PhD students. It is ranked among the World Top 50 Economic Institutions according to IDEAS/RePEc.
It cooperates with many world class economics and econometrics departments (in US for example Harvard University, Princeton University, in Europe for example with Pompeu Fabra University, Oxford University, University College London, and European University Institute in Florence.
Awarded Honorary Fellow of the Tinbergen Institute are Mars Cramer†, Teun Kloek, Jean Paelinck, Herman van Dijk, Bernard van Praag and Henk Tijms.
Groningen • Astronomie, Astrophysique • Energie, Fuels • Ingénierie Mécanique
The institute is named after its founder, Jacobus Cornelius Kapteyn, who lived from 1851 to 1922. Jacobus Kapteyn was appointed professor of astronomy and theoretical mechanics in 1878 at a time when no astronomical tradition, let alone an observatory, existed in Groningen. Kapteyn's first "Astronomical Laboratory" was opened in 1896. In 1913, after various relocations, the laboratory moved to the Broerstraat, near the Academiegebouw in the center of the city. In 1970, the institute relocated to a new building on the campus site to the north of the city. Since 1983, the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute has been located at its present position in the Zernike building, where it shares a building with the Low Energy Astrophysics division of SRON.
From 1965 until 1995, an observatory —also named after Kapteyn— (Dutch: Kapteyn Sterrenwacht) was operated near the town of Roden, some 20 km Southwest of Groningen. The buildings still exist, but are no longer in use as an observatory, nor as an astronomical workshop.