Utrecht University’s Incluusion is aimed at those students with refugee backgrounds who are currently 'on hold' in emergency shelters, refugee centers or in their new houses. It offers newcomers the opportunity to participate for free in all kinds of courses offered by Utrecht University. Incluusion is a call to action to make use of this waiting period. Refugees with academic backgrounds and proper levels of English are more than welcome to apply.

General contact information
Email: incluusion@uu.nl
Telephone: +31 6 42221448

Press contact
Email: e.valbusa@uu.nl

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Meeting people from all kinds of backgrounds has been an enriching and educational experience for all involved. It has stimulated diversity and brought new perspectives into the classroom which have benefited students, teachers and Incluusion participants alike.
De initiatiefnemers van InclUUsion: Hilke Grootelaar, Marij Swinkels en Elena Valbusa.
Co-founder of Incluusion
In cooperation with
Het wapen van de gemeente Utrecht.
Logo van het K.F. Hein Fonds.
Logo van het Utrechts Universiteitsfonds.


Fahed Ibrahim
21 September 2018
Former UCU/Incluusion student Fahed Ibrahim exhibits his paintings at University College Utrecht.
Prijswinnaar Avin Ghedri (midden) poseert met Berent Prakken, Annetje Ottow, Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven en Gönül Dilaver
21 September 2018
Avin Ghedri wins the ECHO Award 2018 for her contribution to uniting groups with both Western and non-Western backgrounds
Incluusion students during the conference "The road to integration through higher education"
21 August 2018
The First Utrecht Network Refugee Staff Week which took place from June 12 to 15 was a succes.
Een student van InclUUsion en buddy-student.
23 January 2018
Anton Pijpers of Utrecht University and Alderman Kees Diepeveen sign a collaboration agreement in order to improve the integration of refugees in Utrecht.
Student met aziatisch uiterlijk in een Nederlandse collegezaal
4 January 2018
By doing courses via Incluusion, several refugees have already been admitted to full master's programmes educated by Dutch universities.