University of Groningen
Innovative, research-driven and rooted in the number-one knowledge hub of Northern Netherlands, the University of Groningen is an internationally-oriented university with 30,000 students.
The University of Groningen has a strong international reputation for its research, bolstered most recently by the award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Ben Feringa in 2016. The Zernike Institute of Advanced Materials is one of the top research schools in the Netherlands. Their investment in international interdisciplinary research has resulted in highly-esteemed research institutes and groups such as the European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing, the Centre for Synthetic Biology and the Willem Barentsz Polar Institute.