University of Groningen

Posted: Januari 9, 2009 in beasiswa, ImPiaN, sekolah di luar negeri



Course title Chemistry
Characteristics A postgraduate programme is any programme above the bachelor's degree level, for example a master's degree. Study programmes which are accredited by the NVAO are registered in the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes (, in Dutch). Research University An institution funded by the Government, entitled to award officially recognized degrees and legally protected titles to graduates of their accredited programmes. The list of all government-funded institutions can be found in CROHO, the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes (, in Dutch).
Institution University of Groningen
Department Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences / Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Correspondence P.O. Box 72 , 9700 AB, Groningen
Phone 31 – (0)50-3634130
Fax 31 – (0)50-3634840
Information about the institution Since its inception in 1614, the University of Groningen has enjoyed an international reputation as a dynamic and innovative centre of higher education offering high-quality teaching and research. Balanced study paths encourage students and researchers to develop their individual talents. By joining forces and pooling resources with prestigious international partner universities and networks, the University of Groningen plays an important role in the exchange of knowledge.
Course type Postgraduate degree course
Type of qualification MSc
Language of instruction English
Tuition fee EU/EEA: € 1580, non-EU/EEA: € 9300 per year
Tuition fee includes Visa
ECTS points 120
Duration 2 year(s)
Next course dates
Start date End date Deadline for application Date deadline for
01 September 2009 31 August 2011 15 June 2009 EU/EEA
01 September 2009 31 August 2011 15 April 2009 non-EU/EEA
Educational requirements BSc in Chemistry.
Professional experience required
Language requirements TOEFL (minimum score: paper based: 580, computer based: 237, internet based: 92); IELTS (minimum score: overall band: 6.5)
Other requirements
Objectives Learning new approaches in chemistry with applications in food technology, pharmacy, medicine and high-tech materials.
Subjects Chemical physics; biochemistry; biophysical chemistry; organic and molecular anorganic chemistry; polymer chemistry.
Modes of instruction Lectures, practical assignment, internship, research, E-learning.
Scholarships World Bank; Alban; Jean Monet.; (grant or restitution of tuition fees, EU/EEA); HSP Huygens; Stuned; NFP.; University of Groningen: Groningen Eric Bleumink Fund; payment of visa fees.
Cooperating institutions
Institution type Research University 
Remarks The University of Groningen reimburses the fees for visa and residence permits. For more information regarding scholarships, please visit:

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