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SELAMAT DATANG DI MAASTRICHT UNIVERSITY, BELANDA
Welcome to Universiteit Maastricht (UM)!
Universiteit Maastricht, or Maastricht University, is a truly European university with a global outlook – one of the most international universities on the European continent. More than 56% of our 20,500 students studying at our six faculties and schools are international students, originating from other EU countries than the Netherlands, or from outside Europe. About 45% of our staff is non-Dutch.
Maastricht University, the youngest public university in the Netherlands, is located in the Southern tip of the Netherlands, on the border with Belgium and close to Germany, France and many other countries. We are 200 km from Amsterdam and just over 100 km from Brussels and Cologne and some 300-400 km from Frankfurt, Paris and London. The study experience at Maastricht University is therefore not only a Dutch experience but a truly European experience!
Maastricht University offers a full range of academic programs, from pre-entry courses to Bachelor and Master programs and PhD studies. All programs, with just a few exceptions, are fully taught in English and open to students from anywhere in the world.
Maastricht University is also internationally reputed for its innovative educational approaches. Our interactive approach to learning puts you and your fellow students in the driver’s seat. You team up in small, international groups to solve complex problems using real-life cases, with an academic instructor as a guide. In our education you will learn and understand theoretical knowledge, but also how to apply knowledge in practical contexts. Also we pay a lot of attention to the development of practical skills, like writing, presenting, debating and other academic skills, and cooperation, attitude, ethics, etc. We value the nurturing of global citizenship in all our programs. Moreover, our international classroom brings together people from all over the world who have different backgrounds and perspectives. It is these very differences that enrich your learning experience at UM and make it unique.
Maastricht University has been consistently ranked high in international rankings; in the Times Higher Education Ranking of young universities (less than 50 years old) it was again globally ranked 6th in 2021.
The town of Maastricht, the venue of our university, is a beautiful place located on both side of the river Meuse, spanned by the famous medieval Servaes bridge. It is one of the oldest cities in North-Western Europe, founded in Roman times, and dotted with monumental buildings covering two millennia of history. The town is popular destination for visitors from near and far. It is not a large city however, and thanks to the presence of the university and other educational institutions it is a young, international and dynamic community. Maastricht is also a safe place.
Knowledge is central to modern society. Smart chips help companies keep track of goods and manage supplies and stocks. New, high-tech communication devices, such as mobile phones, navigation instruments and digital cameras, are greatly enhanced by intelligent software and medical and biological engineering help medical doctors arrive quickly at accurate diagnoses.
As a Data Science and Artificial Intelligence student, you’ll study methods to approach new challenges in these important areas. You’ll generate new knowledge by gathering and ordering valuable information using mathematics and intelligent computer techniques. The knowledge you’ll acquire can in turn be used to take decisions or solve problems efficiently.
We offer two tracks: One for students with a background in Computer Science and one for students with a background in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics
Our global society is facing complex challenges in diverse areas such as energy, life sciences, nutrition, materials and the transition to a more sustainable economy. Many of these challenges are interdisciplinary, requiring a new generation of scientists who are capable of looking across traditional boundaries between scientific disciplines.