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University College Groningen

University College Groningen

Founded in 1614, the University of Groningen is a research university with a global outlook, deeply rooted in its location in the north of the Netherlands. Quality has had top priority for four hundred years, and with success: the University is currently in or around the top 100 on several influential ranking lists. The university collaborates with a number of renowned, foreign universities, including Uppsala, Göttingen, and Ghent. The University of Groningen is very popular with its 27,000 students and 5500 staff members from home and abroad. Talent is nurtured, enabling the University to bridge the gap between science and society. The university is also committed to actively collaborating with social partners, with a special focus on the following research themes: Healthy Ageing, Energy, and Sustainable Society.

To learn more about our international partner, please visit this link:  https://www.rug.nl/ucg/

Five honors students may participate in the student exchange per academic year. For more information regarding this student exchange opportunity, please contact Jason Briggs, Director of Global Initiatives at jason.briggs@asu.edu

 

University Scholars Programme

University Scholars Programme

The University Scholars Programme (USP) is an undergraduate academic program established in 2001 in the National University of Singapore (NUS). Each year, USP admits around 200 undergraduates from across seven faculties and schools in NUS. The USP education focuses on strengthening core academic and professional skills – writing and critical thinking, analytical and quantitative reasoning, the ability to ask the right questions and pursue research, and the habit of reflecting upon ideas within a broad intellectual landscape. This is accomplished through an intensive and rigorous multidisciplinary curriculum, and a rich offering of local and international programs. USP students reside in Cinnamon College at the NUS University Town. Alongside a vibrant student life, the residential college is a space for discussions on diverse issues, allowing our students to develop meaningful engagement with real-world matters.

To learn more about our international partner, please visit this link: www.usp.nus.edu.sg/

Five honors students may participate in the student exchange per academic year. For more information regarding this student exchange opportunity, please contact Jason Briggs, Director of Global Initiatives at jason.briggs@asu.edu