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Studying

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Top technology in studying The Euregio Meuse-Rhine is host to RWTH Germany’s largest technical university, one of Belgium’s most entrepreneurial knowledge campuses Corda Campus, and the Netherlands’ youngest and most international tertiary institution, Maastricht University – all within the reach of (sometimes free for students) cross-border public transport. Studying in itself is an adventure – studying abroad even more so. The […] » more

Studying across borders

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Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands have different traditions and approaches to studying. Especially in Germany, the variety of possible options and the necessity to select courses within your chosen subject can provide newcomers with some initial challenges. RWTH Aachen provides an in-depth video in German and a survival guide for international students to help wade through the […] » more

Housing

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Living in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine means living in the countryside and being at work in the city in no time – possibly even crossing borders without even noticing. Find an overview of the situation in sub-regions and cities within the Euregio Meuse-Rhine and the most important rules of the thumb for living in the different […] » more

Registration

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Each resident must be registered with their respective municipality. Find an overview on the different procedures below. You can also insert your country and specific situation on ec.europa.eu’s online quick-check. This source also provides more information on your residence-rights. The ec.europa.eu website also provides a (rather abstract) comparison of integration policies in Belgium, Germany and the […] » more

Volunteering

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Giving is the best way of getting – and there is a large diversity to engage in your neighbourhood, with your favourite sport, for other people. In your Euregio, you can find more specific activities across the border – or similar activities, spiced with another country and language.  Possibly, you can even consider to take […] » more

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