Tag: student inititiatives

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

Services in English

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In the Netherlands, most bureaucratic issues can be dealt with in English. In Belgium and Germany, you will find many people in personal contact English-speaking, but documents are not automatically translated. The partners of youRegion are ready to help with their personal expertise – and websites, not least with the one you are already on. […] » more

Living

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What to do and where to do Living in the Euregio, the diversity among national borders spices up your everyday life. In leisure & free time, it brings the feeling of holiday close to home, a “vacation in the heart of europe“. Language learning can further spicen your life in this border-region, and good information […] » more

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