Useful information about Wageningen campus, the city and it's surroundings 🌮 ☕ 🌳
Wageningen is a small city, but it is vibrant nonetheless. Within fifteen minutes by bike, you can explore everything. With it’s large international student community it is a real student city.
With it’s student houses, bookstores, supermarkets, cinemas, and cosy restaurants and bars, the city has a true and international student ambiance. A pleasantly crowded city centre greets you as you walk through the city. On top of that, Wageningen is close to nature; the Rhine’s floodplains, meadows, heaths and forests are all very close by.
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Wageningen Campus is one of the most sustainable knowledge campuses in the world and has everything for great student time.
The 10,000 students from more than 100 countries who study here will find high-quality teaching facilities with high-tech laboratories, inspiring teachers and a huge library. The campus also has plenty to offer in terms of relaxation.
What makes the Wageningen University & Research campus unique:
– State of the art education and facilities: nationally and internationally renowned education matched with high tech facilitiesMore about the campus
– Cosy and big at the same time: with its state of the art facilities and international flair. Moreover, the campus is big, but because everything is close together, you quickly know your way around and make friends with people from all over the world.
– Everything within reach: on the campus, the educational buildings are close together, with lots of greenery and cosiness. It’s just a nice place to study and spend time.
– Centrally located: easily accessible from all corners of the Netherlands.
The campus is centrally located in the Netherlands. Amsterdam, Rotterdam and the Hague are just an hour away. You can reach Utrecht within 40 minutes and Arnhem in just 20 minutes. It is only 3 km to the city centre of Wageningen.More about studying at wur.nl
Wageningen is centrally located in the Netherlands, along the Rhine river in the Gelderland Province. Though the city does not have its own train station, you can either take a bus from Wageningen bus station to get to train station Ede-Wageningen. Or you can cycle there, it’s a short bike ride. From station Ede-Wageningen, you can easily reach Utrecht in half an hour, Arnhem in 15 minutes and Amsterdam in an hour.