Wallpainting research project Waalpaintings
Wallpainting research project Waalpaintings

Collaborating with the Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts enjoys sharing its knowledge. Our researchers and students collaborate with companies and organisations in a variety of ways. Would you like us to conduct research? Work together on an innovative product? Or are you looking for the best intern for your organisation? As a public or private party, you can make use of our expertise in the fields of language, culture, communication, art and history.


Interested in working together? Don’t hesitate to contact us!

What can we do for you?


Looking for the latest insights for your organisation on language, culture, communication, art and history? Scientists and lecturers from the Faculty of Arts can offer you the background and reflection through workshops, lectures or training courses. They can also help with product development or research on an issue within your company.

Read what our researchers can do for you


We train the professionals of the future. From translators to business analysts and from communication professionals to aspiring archivists, our students are bursting with skills they are eager to put into practice. Are you looking for new talent? And do you want to help starters get their bearings on the job market? Then we would be happy to put you in touch with our enthusiastic students.

Read how our students can help you


This is what our partners say about our previous collaborations. Read more experience stories.

We look forward to continuing this fruitful partnership.
Hans de Heus CEO, MediaLab Read Hans' story
Our collaboration with the students was a valuable win-win experience.
Rimmert van Luyn Vice President Global Supply Chain Hitachi Vantara Read Rimmert's story

Who are we?

Specialists in language, culture, communication, art and history. One hundred years of experience since 1923, an extensive (inter)national reach, two research institutes, 350+ scholars, 500+ staff, 10 Bachelor's programmes, 12 Master's programmes, 2,500+ students, 30+ nationalities.