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Radboud University

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Radboud University Nijmegen

was established on 17 October 1923 under the name Catholic University Nijmegen. With their own university, Dutch Catholics sought to promote the emancipation of Roman Catholics in the Netherlands, who at that time were strongly underrepresented in public administration, the legal profession, medicine and other sectors. Today, Radboud University continues its commitment to the emancipation of certain groups. The University is the best traditional, general university in the Netherlands. Two programmes have received a Top Programme designation, nine programmes are deemed the best in their field by the Keuzegids. This university is suitable for students to learn Management, Economic and Financial Policy, and Political Studies.

Program:Student Exchange
1 Semester
Minimum GPA:
Tuition fee:
Depends on OIA
Minimum IELTS
6.5 overall, no band under 5.5
Living cost:
EUR 652,5 – 952,5/ month
Deadline nomination:
1 May (Fall)
1 November (Spring)
Late August (Fall)
Late January (Spring)
EUR 16 – 45/ month


Entry Requirements:
  • Enrolled as an active student at the IUP in PPM
  • Completed at least 4 semesters of study at the IUP in PPM
  • Meet the requirements for minimum GPA and IELTS
  • Pass the internal selection at the department

Required Documents:

Internal SelectionApplication in OIA
Application formOnline application form (*after nominated)
Curriculum VitaeOfficial Academic Transcript
IELTS CertificateCurriculum Vitae
Academic TranscriptMotivation Letter
 Letter of Nomination from faculty (*addressed to Head of Office of International Affairs)
 Scanned the personal page of the passport
 IELTS Certificate
 Letter of Recommendation from the academic advisor
 Certificate of Enrollment from faculty


Tuition & Living Cost:

Netherlands Visa          : EUR 207
Flight ticket (return)     : EUR 1183
Tuition fee                      : Waived by host university
Student insurance      : EUR 16 – 45/ month or Students can use personal insurance as long as it can coverage you during your stay in the Netherlands.
Living cost                     : EUR 652,5 – 952,5/ month

Accommodation     : EUR 375 – 450/ month
Meals                        : EUR 150 – 300/ month
Public Transport      : EUR 22,5/ month
Miscellaneous         : EUR 85 – 150/ month
Communication       : EUR 20 – 30/ month


Credit Transfer:
Radboud UniversityGradeIUP-PPMGrade
101,0%10 – 8.0 = A4,00
96,2%7.9 – 7.5 = A-3,75
826,3%7.4 – 7.0 = A/B3,50
735,9%6.9 – 6.5 = B+3,25
630,6%6.4 – 6.0 = B3,00
5 and lower 5.9 – 5.7 = B-2,75
  5.6 – 5.4 = B/C2,50
  5.3 – 5.0 = C+2,25
  4.9 – 4.7 = C2,00 (Pass)
  4.6 – 4.5 = C-1,75 (Fail)


Further information:

Welcome – Radboud University


Course offered:

Link for syllabus:
Exchange – Course guides Nijmegen School of Management
6 ECTS = 4 SKS at UGM (transferred to 1 course).
Students need to take maximum 30 ECTS.

Fall Semester CourseSpring Semester Course
Introduction to International Political EconomyInternational Management
Organizational Culture & CommunicationLeadership in Organizations
Strategic Human Resource ManagementCross Cultural Management and Communication
Introduction to Organization DesignOrganization and Environment
Organization TheorySocial Cultural Approach to Entrepreneurship
Knowledge in OrganizationsTopics in International Economics and Policy
System TheoryTopics in Financial Economics
Economics and Sustainable DevelopmentEconomic Development
Introduction to FinTechEconomic Policy and Public Finance
Government and PolicyPolitical Communication
International Financial PolicyComparative Politics: Democratization
Political Parties, Origins, Transformations and Future ProspectsPolitics, Ethics and Practice
Theory and History of European IntegrationComparative Analysis of Foreign Policy
Space and Environment in the European UnionComparative Economic and Business Systems
Approaches to Space and EnvironmentSustainable Development Goals
Borders and Identities in EuropeComparative Public Administration
Government and PolicyEnvironment and Society
Globalizing WorldsEuropean Governance
 Negotiation and Peacemaking
 Natural Resources, Conflict and Governance
 Migration and Society
 Leadership in Organizations
 International Management
 Gender in Organizations