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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

Student support and initiatives

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Some groups focus on culture and language learning such as lncas Aachen who provide language partners, housing support, and tandem events, others such as Match Maastricht allow for (highly) specialised sports or neighbourhood activities. Choose what suits you best to find support, engage in the local events and make the Euregio Meuse-Rhine your home. Also our volunteering section provides […] » more

Academic Career

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More than 20,000 academic researchers are part of the vibrant academic infrastructure within 40 minutes drive in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. There are more researchers at private institutes, here are a few of the possibilities:   Germany´s largest, and officially “excellent” technical university RWTH with technical campuses in Aachen (affiliated institutes) and one of Europe’s largest […] » more


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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

Recognition of diploma

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As’s youreurope puts it: “There is no [guaranteed] automatic EU-wide recognition of academic diplomas [although most are automatically recognised]. You may therefore need to go through a national procedure to get your academic degree or diploma recognised in another EU country, if you seek admission to a further course of study there. If you […] » more

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