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Compare Undergraduate Studies in Natural Sciences in Netherlands 2019

A BSc or Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate degree that usually takes three to five years.  During this course of study, students can learn general and specialized skills that are helpful for future education or work opportunities.

Natural sciences programs can allow students to explore occurrences in nature through observation, prediction and experiments. Various topics may be touched upon, and students may specialize in areas such as biology, ecology, astronomy, physics, chemistry and Earth science.

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Maastricht University, Faculty of Science and Engineering

Are you interested in the natural sciences and want to look beyond the boundaries of a single discipline? Or do you want to focus on one discipline and become an expert i ... [+]

Challenging and Exciting Education

Are you interested in the natural sciences and want to look beyond the boundaries of a single discipline? Or do you want to focus on one discipline and become an expert in that specific field? The Maastricht Science Programme offers you the opportunity to explore the natural sciences and to build a unique academic profile based on your personal interests and ambitions. Every semester, your personal academic advisor guides you in selecting courses from fields as diverse as biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, neuroscience and various interdisciplinary fields such as biomedical engineering and entrepreneurship. You can focus on a single discipline, or you can combine multiple disciplines in a single degree.... [-]

Netherlands Maastricht
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

What are the effects of climate change on sea life? How does a disease like cancer arise? What happens in the brain when you are asleep? ... [+]

What are the effects of climate change on sea life? How does a disease like cancer arise? What happens in the brain when you are asleep?

The field of Biology is concerned with how plants, animals, and humans are made up and how they function. The difference with biology at secondary school is that this degree programme involves more science: you will study more mathematics, physics, and chemistry.

Scientists are expanding their horizons more and more. As a biologist, you will increasingly work together with scientists of other disciplines. This interaction will provide you with useful knowledge.

Choose the specialization that suits you best

Many universities offer Biology degree programmes. The big advantage of studying in Groningen is that you can choose exactly the specialization that suits you best. After the first semester, you will choose a specialization: Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Ecology and Evolution, Behavioural and Neuroscience, or Molecular Life Sciences. You will specialize in one area and carry out your own research.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

How does a satellite calculate its orbit? Why are some aircraft more affected by drag than others? How do you determine the optimum dose of a drug? ... [+]

How does a satellite calculate its orbit? Why are some aircraft more affected by drag than others? How do you determine the optimum dose of a drug?

Applied Mathematics is oriented to technology and practical applications. Applied Mathematics teaches you to construct mathematical models to solve mathematical problems and to analyze the results. It is a multifaceted subject and focuses on using mathematics to model and simulate practical situations. If you are interested in calculations that are placed in a technical context, this is the degree programme for you.Whereas the Mathematics degree is concerned with abstract matters, the emphasis in the Applied Mathematics programme is on the mathematics behind practical applications. One example is computing the flows of water, air or blood. Other examples are operating systems for robots, airplanes and satellites. The ability to think in an abstract way is, of course, important in both programmes – when you study Applied Mathematics, you also learn how to structure your reasoning and draw conclusions.The University of Groningen is one of the few universities which offers degree programmes in both Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. You will have the opportunity to explore Applied Mathematics and Mathematics in the first year before you make your final choice.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

Do you have a special interest in the living environment around you? Are you interested in combining analytical thinking with creative design? Spatial Planning and Design ... [+]

What effect will climate change have on our future cities and rural areas? How can you develop sustainable strategies and designs for new and existing urban systems? How do you deal with a complex built environment and related planning processes? Planners are asked to translate spatial transformation such as urban growth and decline into new opportunities to enhance the quality of life.

The Bachelor's degree programme in Spatial Planning and Design revolves around physical and institutional design. The course units you follow are related to spatial planning and design, water management, infrastructure and environmental planning, spatial computer programs, complex decision-making and academic research.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

Are you interested in the world around you? Do you believe you can help to further develop our world into a sustainable society? Then Human Geography & Urban and Regi ... [+]

Are you interested in the world around you? Are you fascinated by maps? Do you dare to ask critical questions about the world that you are living in? Do you believe you can help to further develop our world into a sustainable society? Then Human Geography & Urban and Regional Planning may be the right choice for you.

Why is unemployment higher in some regions than others? What are the social and economic consequences in depopulating areas? How do you deal with different institutions to plan and build new residential areas? Human geographers investigate society in a spatial context. Our students learn to focus on spatial differences because social phenomena happen in specific places, at specific times and with specific impacts.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

How old is the Universe? How do stars and galaxies develop? What is between the stars, and how are planetary systems formed? If you are fascinated by questions like these ... [+]

How old is the Universe? How do stars and galaxies develop? What is between the stars, and how are planetary systems formed? If you are fascinated by questions like these, then Astronomy is the degree programme for you!

Obviously, astronomy is about the Universe, stars, and planets. But if you are interested in other natural sciences, it is likely that this degree programme will also appeal to you. You will study the physical processes in the Universe, so physics and mathematics are also an important part of the programme.

Is Astronomy for you?

The job of an astronomer is to try to map and understand the universe – to study the stars, the gases between the stars, clusters of galaxies, and to find out how they form and why they sometimes disappear. Spectacular discoveries have been made in the field of astronomy in recent years, mainly because technological advances are making more and more things possible. In this degree programme, you can concentrate on the Universe itself, or on developing and improving the instruments used to do this.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

Physics is concerned with describing and predicting natural phenomena. Applied physics is concerned with the application of these phenomena in technical solutions. Design ... [+]

Physics is concerned with describing and predicting natural phenomena. Applied physics is concerned with applying physics in technical solutions. Design and construction are important aspects of this. Applied physics is at the heart of society. It forms the basis for many of the products we use in daily life. The programme has a strong interdisciplinary orientation, with an emphasis on combinations of subjects: physics with design studies, nanotechnology, new materials and systems and control engineering

Applied physics involves studying not only how phenomena come about, but also how to use them for technical solutions. The programme focuses on theory and practice.

Applied physics involves studying not only how phenomena come about, but also how to use them for technical solutions. For this degree programme, you need to have an enquiring mind as well as the desire to be creative. This is a programme that focuses on theory and practice.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

Over the centuries, mathematics has made an important contribution to technological progress. It is crucial to research and solve current issues, such as the climate prob ... [+]

From decoding satellite images to predicting the weather: mathematics is everywhere. This Bachelor's programme teaches you to design models and substantiate them theoretically. The field contains abstract thinking and logical reasoning and has applications in medicine, economics, and many other fields

The Bachelor's programme in Mathematics will familiarize you with new fields of study, such as Algebra, Dynamical Systems, and Systems Theory.

This three-year programme comprises a major of two and a half years and a minor of six months. During the first semester, you will study together with students from Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Technology, and Astronomy.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
University of Groningen

The Bachelor's degree in Chemistry at the University of Groningen is a broad discipline that has parallels with other science subjects such as physics, mathematics, astro ... [+]

The Bachelor's degree in Chemistry at the University of Groningen is a broad discipline that has parallels with other science subjects such as physics, mathematics, astronomy, and biology. Chemistry in Groningen is the home of 2016 Nobel Prize winner Ben Feringa, who has won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research on a light-driven rotary molecular motor.

Chemistry is about molecules and how they react with one another. As a chemist, you stand at the base of new medicine, or you will find solutions for energy by using sunlight or movement.

Study programme

During your first year of the three-year programme, you will take basic courses with the other students of beta programmes such as Chemical Engineering, Physics, and Astronomy. Because the first year of Chemistry is identical to the first year of the Bachelor in Chemical Engineering, you can switch between those degrees after your first year.... [-]

Netherlands Groningen
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Eindhoven University of Technology

In the world to many special processes find us back instead. Sometimes these spectacular and clearly present, such as lightning discharges and tornadoes. But sometimes yo ... [+]

The world from a different perspective

In the world to many special processes find us back instead. Sometimes these spectacular and clearly present, such as lightning discharges and tornadoes. But sometimes you have what are observant. Did you for example ever wondered why very hot objects will emit light (eg steel piping)? And it is you ever noticed that you both can see through a glass window as you can see a reflection. This remarkable things from nature are all the subject of physics.

Physicists are curious

Many people simply take these phenomena for what they are, but physicists are just curious and looking with different eyes to the world around them. For them, natural phenomena challenges, fascinating questions to investigate and unravel.... [-]

Netherlands Eindhoven
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Eindhoven University of Technology

Chemical Engineering and Chemistry plays an important role in solving societal problems. For instance, the development of cleaner forms of energy, new materials with high ... [+]

Chemical Engineering and Chemistry plays an important role in solving societal problems. For instance, the development of cleaner forms of energy, new materials with highly specific properties like superstrong fibers, the design of new molecules capable of administering a certain dose of a drug in your body or converting light into electricity. There is always a great demand for well educated and trained chemical engineers.

N.V.A.O. accreditation

This program is legally recognized and accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (N.V.A.O.).

IChemE accreditation

The Bachelor's program Chemical Engineering and Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology is awarded the 'Internationally Accredited Degree' by The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). This demonstrates that our program is academically sound and industrially relevant.... [-]

Netherlands Eindhoven
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Eindhoven University of Technology

Whether it is your cell phone, the security details for your bank card, the supply of products to shops, image processing in the medical field or a digital prototype for ... [+]

Whether it is your cell phone, the security details for your bank card, the supply of products to shops, image processing in the medical field or a digital prototype for a car: none of these would exist without mathematics. You might not often even give it a thought, but mathematics is an essential part of our modern world.

That is why there is also a constant demand for versatile and widely deployable mathematicians, people who enjoy the challenge of solving problems and designing new products. Is being involved in creating the world of today and tomorrow something that appeals to you? Do you enjoy getting your teeth into a problem and do keep on searching for a solution until something has been solved? If so, our program in Applied Mathematics is the one for you.... [-]

Netherlands Eindhoven
September 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus