Researchers from UU have successfully simulated the collapse of the large-scale ocean circulation in the Atlantic Ocean using a complex climate model, revealing severe global climate repercussions with Europe bearing the brunt. "The climate impacts would be nearly irreversible on human timescales.”
Utrecht University follows the developments in Israel and the Palestinian Territories* with great concern. We are aware that the situation brings pain, concern and a sense of powerlessness to many, both within and outside our university community. The Executive Board further reacts here.
Climate change has major consequences for children, young people and their parents. That requires something from teachers, educational staff in museums/institutions, communications experts, pedagogues, psychologists, policymakers and young people. On 28 Februrary, there's a symposium to share knowledge.
Want to know if a Bachelor’s programme at Utrecht University is right for you? During the Bachelor's Open Day on 9 March, prospective students can ask all their questions about the Bachelor's programmes. They get the opportunity to taste the atmosphere of the university and get acquainted with everything that is involved in studying in Utrecht.
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A home filled with languages
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