How are you going to change your world? Which challenges and opportunities facing humanity do you want to address using your academic knowledge? Which social issue makes your heart beat faster and your brain work harder?
With a VU Master’s degree, you are taking an important step in preparing for your career and you are pursuing a meaningful position in society.
At VU Amsterdam, you can choose from more than 200 Master’s programmes at the intersection of fundamental, innovative scientific knowledge, academic education, social orientation and personal development. With your ambition, vision and study programme, you will make the difference.
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is a public research university in Amsterdam, Netherlands, founded in 1880, and consistently ranks among the top 150 universities in the world by major ranking tables. The VU is one of two large, publicly funded research universities in the city, the other being the University of Amsterdam (UvA). The literal translation of the Dutch name Vrije Universiteit is “Free University”. “Free” refers to independence of the university from both the State and the Dutch Reformed Church. Both within and outside the university, the institution is commonly referred to as “the VU”. Although founded as a private institution, the VU has received government funding on a parity basis with public universities since 1970. The university is located on a compact urban campus in the southern Buitenveldert neighbourhood of Amsterdam and adjacent to the modern Zuidas business district.
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If you choose a Master’s programme at VU Amsterdam, you are choosing to take the next step in your career. The neighbourhood in which you want to live, the student association you want to join, the best places to meet to discuss something—these are things you want to arrange so that you can get the best out of yourself. Here, you can find all of the practical and inspiring information about your student life, finances and the content of your study programme.
Source: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam