Nijmegen, Netherlands (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
University and Location
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Over two-hundred courses taught in English in a wide variety of subjects. Loyola students can choose from most disciplines, but must enroll in at least two courses from the Faculty of the Arts. For more information on the academic programs available, explore the Course Catalog (ECTS Guide).
NOTE: Radboud may categorize courses differently than Loyola does. For example, a course on Dutch History is taught at Radboud's School of Management.
Credits and Grading
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Fall semester: September through January. Arrangements for early examination are offered to Loyola University students attending Nijmegen in the fall.
Spring semester: early February through early July.
Before the beginning of each semester there is an orientation week for new exchange students which includes campus and city tours and other social events. All selected students are required to attend. Please review Radboud’s International Office for the details.
Finances and Budgeting
Housing and Meals
Loyola students live with local students as well as other international students. The university will help students locate housing, but students must apply by the specified dates.
For more information, please go to the Radboud web page on student housing.
Services and Facilities
For detailed information on Radboud services and facilities including opening hours, directions and services offered can be consulted here.
Learn more about the Radboud International Students organization which plans excursions and activities: http://www.ru.nl/io/english/social_activities/social-activities/. Join the Radboud International Students Facebook community.
Virtual Tour of Radboud and Nijmegen
Radboud’s Visa Page
Study in Holland Overview of Dutch Visa
ISEP Overview of Dutch Visa
Last updated 11/20/15