Where is Utrecht University? The university is based at three different locations in Utrecht. In the charming, historic city centre you’ll find the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Law, Economics & Governance.
Just outside the city, the Utrecht Science Park/De Uithof campus is home to the faculties of Science, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Geosciences and Social & Behavioural Sciences. This campus is distinguished by striking contemporary architecture, including a new University Library designed by renowned Dutch architect Wiel Arets.
Midway between these two campuses is the International Campus Utrecht. Here you'll find the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) and the University College Utrecht (UCU). University College Utrecht is a small-scale international honours college specialising in the liberal arts and sciences which occupies a quiet, tree-lined campus across the street from the house of the famed architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld.
Utrecht University also has a new fourth campus in Middelburg, in the southwesten Netherlands, where its international honours college, University College Roosevelt, is based. UCR offers Bachelor’s degree programmes in the liberal arts and sciences.
Code of conduct
Utrecht University has signed the Dutch Code of Conduct (pdf) with respect to international students, which guarantees a proper recruitment, selection and coaching of international students.