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…

“Picture speaks thousand words”: Captured moments and places in Wageningen during my first year

As a new student, everything in my surrounding seems new. The buildings, the cycling experience, eating new foods…..Well, I am sure I can make this list longer. I tried to take photos of some moments, especially as a new student. Sometimes, I posted my photos on Instagram and other social…

GROW WITH THE FLOW- TEDx Wageningen University

The TEDx chapter of Wageningen University is back again this year with a brand new theme branching out from the roots of the previous year’s success event The Green Wave. TEDx Wageningen University (x=independently organized event) was founded in 2018 by Michiel Voskamp, a Masters student and saw great response…

Have you heard of this?

By: Varsha · 11 August 2019
Category: WUR Courses

What programme? Hello, I am a student from the master programme “Climate studies”. It is a course to tackle Anthropocene climate change. What is Anthropocene? :O Relating to or denoting the current geological age, viewed as the period during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and…

The European Workshop Course

By: Arun Krishna · 4 August 2019
Category: Education, Exams, WUR Courses, WUR Courses

The European Workshop Course Hello there! This blog post speaks about what one can expect from one of the restricted optional courses offered by Wageningen. This course is the European Workshop for Environmental Sciences and Management. This workshop is restricted for master’s students from the following backgrounds. MES       Environmental Sciences…

Nano, Socius

By: Varsha · 15 July 2019
Category: Housing

Imagine coming to new country and you do not have your own place to stay! That was my start at Wageningen 🙂 As soon as I accepted my application, I simultaneously began to look for a place to stay. I have heard stories about the insufficient housing situation at Wageningen….