Living with an international PhD

By: Arianna · 23 November 2019
Category: Housing, Incoming students

The process of finding  a room in the NL As we all know finding a place to live in Wageningen (and in the Netherlands in general) is really hard. I was subscribed to all the possible pages to find a room. I received a lot of  “Sorry Arianna, only dutch…

International students from the Excellence Programme 2019

By: Ester · 20 November 2019
Category: Education, Incoming students

Dohun Kim is a student from South Korea. Currently, he is studying the Master’s Programme in Forest and Nature conservation (MFN) and honoured with the Excellence Programme of the Wageningen University Fellowship Programme (WUFP). Excellence Programme is a scholarship awarding  a few selected non-EU/EEA students.. Providing supports for tuition fees…

Yaw Gyamfi: “I made history in my family for being the first person to ever pursue Master’s degree”

By: Ester · 16 October 2019
Category: Incoming students, Student life

About Yaw Gyamfi Ghanaian, proud scholar of the 2019 Anne van den Ban Fund, studying Master’s in Food Technology at Wageningen University and Research. He is currently in his first year of study . His master programmme specialization is Product Design. Yaw is passionate about novel food product development. His research…

Brexit impact on current and prospective WUR students

By: Ester · 15 September 2019
Category: Incoming students

Impact of Brexit on current and prospective students The consequences of Brexit for prospective UK student or for WUR student will cause an impact. Therefore, the concerns and thought of our students are of high relevance. We asked the opinion, from a personal perspective, from a student enrolled at WUR…

Surviving life in Wageningen

By: Varsha · 8 September 2019
Category: Incoming students, Tips and advice

I can’t believe, one year in Wageningen is done! It still feels like I just moved into this beautiful small city to start my master’s. But, the past one year, there’s so much I learnt and explored. But there is still a lot to do. One year is done but…