The Abel Tasman Talent Programme (ATTP) supports high-potential international students to excel in the field of (bio)medical or pharmaceutical sciences. Two types of financial support can be distinguished
- financial support for students from one of our so-called ‘preferred partner universities’
- financial support for exceptionally talented students from other institutions:
Erasmus Mundus Action 2 mobility: The European Committee’s programme ‘Education and Training’ offers many opportunities to stimulate education, training and exchange of Research Master's and PhD students of the European Union and beyond. The University of Groningen participates in many of these exchange programmes.
Vacant PhD positions: Offered by individual researchers or research groups are posted on the UMCG overview of scientific vacancies.
International Institute for Medical Education, UMCG: The UMCG has an International Office which provides advice and support to international students and guests. The Office cooperates closely with the International Service Desk of the University of Groningen.