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  • Crazy Arts Challenges

    Between February and the end of November, you and your team will be challenged to complete the most playful and fun challenges to win a prize! Create your team with fellow students, colleagues and/or teachers. Each month, one team will be declared that month's winner.

  • buste Aletta Jacobs Groningen

    Exhibition "women in science" in Library of Science

    On May 23, the exhibition "women in science" will open in the Library of Science at FNWI. Manon Lambooij, history student, and Willem Halffman, scientist at FNWI (Institute of Science in Society) selected a selection of books by and about women in the sciences.

  • Picture Exhibition Travelling Regions

    Exhibition 'Travelling Regions' on display at the University Library

    The multimedia exhibition “Travelling Regions: Regional Stories in the Long Nineteenth Century” is now on display on the first floor in Radboud University Library (near the coffee corner) and will remain available until 30 September 2023.

  • Course Education in a Nutshell (EIN1 23-24)

    During this course, you will learn to relate basic didactic principles about learning and teaching to small group teaching at Radboud University.

  • Step towards the future

    The workshop Step into the Future helps you to give direction to your future.

  • Course Assessment and learning (A&L1)

    During this course and with the help of assignments that tie in with your own education, you work on improving your assessments. You will dive deeper into the relation between assessment and learning and what role assessment plays in education.

  • Take control of your thesis

    During the training 'Getting a grip on your thesis' you analyse your thesis process and find starting points to get and/or keep moving with your thesis.

  • Studying strategically

    During the strategic studying training you will receive advice on how to process large amounts of study material in an effective and efficient manner.

  • Stress management

    Tijdens de training stressmanagement leer je je stress beter (her)kennen en leer je hoe je negatieve gedachten te lijf gaat.

  • General language proficiency courses in English

    We offer general English language courses (Cambridge Examination Preparation) at several levels: B1 up to C2.

  • Self-management

    During the self-management training, you will take steps to find a study rhythm that suits you.

  • Studying with AD(H)D

    During the training studying with AD(H)D you will learn more about how AD(H)D and studying works best for you.

  • Wellbeing Week

    Loneliness Awareness Week

    The Week Against Loneliness takes place from 28 September to 4 October. During this week, there are various activities where you can meet other students and make contacts in a fun way. Read the full programme below.

  • Personalized antibiotic prophylaxis in transrectal prostate biopsies

    Prostate biopsy is an essential procedure to diagnose prostate cancer. In the traditionally most used method, so-called transrectal biopsy, the prostate is punctured with a needle through the rectum.

  • Oratie prof. dr. Hannes Mühleisen


  • Webinar | Introducing Radboud University

    During this live online event, we will inform you about the high-quality, research-based programmes which are offered at the Radboud University. Register for the live webinar today!

  • Evening course Dutch Advanced Plus

    In the online Evening course Dutch Advanced plus (C1+), you optimise your Dutch language skills. You get a better grip on the language and become even more confident using it. You also work on several points for improvement. Target group:

  • Indigenous Studies Event

    On September 29 a delegation of North American Indigenous people will visit Radboud University as part of the 50th anniversary of NANAI (Dutch Support group North American Indigenous Peoples).

  • A view to a gill: characterizing the branchial nitrogen cycle symbiosis of teleost fish


  • The pond bat in the Netherlands. Energetic challenges during foraging, pregnancy, lactation, mating and hibernation.

    Pond bats live in buildings. They make use of gaps under roof tiles and in cavity walls. They need habitats of varying temperatures.