About VSNU

The VSNU – the Association of Universities – is formed by the fourteen Dutch Universities. It represents its members to the government, the political world, and governmental and civil organisations. In addition, the VSNU is an employers’ organisation that consults with the government and trade unions about the employment conditions of the university sector (which employs around 43,000 people).
The Dutch universities are organisations with a public mission. They were created to enrich society in the Netherlands with their education, research and inventions. As such, they are eager to shed light on how they fulfil this social mission. You will find this information – plus information about other subjects – in this annual sector report.

There are three technical universities: Delft University of Technology (Technische Universiteit Delft, TUD), Eindhoven University of Technology (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, TUe) and the University of Twente (Universiteit Twente, UT). Wageningen University is specialised the field of Life Sciences, healthy food and living environment. The remaining ten research universities are non-specialised. The country also has eight university medical centres, closely affiliated to the research universities.

 

Technical universities

Non-specialised universities

Life sciences, healthy food and living environment

The NFU website has information about the teaching and research hospitals in the Netherlands.

 

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