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University of Groningen – Faculty of Philosophy (EU/EEA students)

The University of Groningen is a Dutch public research university. Founded in 1614, the university is the second-oldest university in the Netherlands after Leiden University. Its alumni and faculty include: Johann Bernoulli, Aletta Jacobs, four Nobel Prize winners, nine Spinoza Prize winners, one Stevin Prize winner, royalty, multiple mayors, the first president of the European Central Bank, and a secretary general of NATO. The University of Groningen enjoys an excellent international reputation, as demonstrated by its placements in the most important world’s universities rankings: 65th in the Academic Ranking of World Universities, 96th in the CWTS Leiden World Ranking, 128th in the QS World University Rankings, 73rd in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 96th in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Ranking.

Country

  • Netherlands

City

  • Groningen ,

Founding year

1614

Acceptance rate

45%

Fall semester application deadline

March 15

Spring semester application deadline

October 15

Semester fees (30 ECTS)

From €600/semester

Subjects available to free mover students

Philosophy [English]

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General rankings position

QS World University Rankings
145°
Times Higher Education World University Rankings
80°
Academic Ranking of World Universities
60°
Center for World University Rankings
104°
CWTS Leiden Ranking
102°
Eduniversal palmes
4/5
Webometrics
42°

QS World Universities by Subject

Arts & Humanities
149°
Engineering and Technology
307°
Life Sciences & Medicine
74°
Natural Sciences
163°
Social Sciences & Management
141°
Accounting & Finance
151-200°
Anatomy & Physiology
51-100°
Archaeology
51-100°
Biological Sciences
84°
Business & Management Studies
121°
Chemistry
68°
Classics & Ancient History
51-80°
Communication & Media Studies
48°
Computer Science & Information Systems
201-250°
Development Studies
51-100°
Economics & Econometrics
88°
Education & Training
100°
Engineering Chemical
101-150°
Engineering Electrical & Electronic
251-300°
English Language & Literature
101-150°
Environmental Sciences
201-250°
Geography
51-100°
History
51-100°
Law
151-200°
Linguistics
101-150°
Materials Science
151-200°
Mathematics
301-350°
Medicine
79°
Modern Languages
201-250°
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
64°
Philosophy
51-100°
Physics & Astronomy
128°
Politics & International Studies
151-200°
Psychology
36°
Sociology
101-150°
Sports-related Subjects
51-100°
Statistics & Operational Research
101-150°
Theology, Divinity & Religious Studies
44°

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