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Studying in Groningen!?

by Anobi Online Now Mar 17, 2005 at 2:58 AM

Hi everybody!
I'm thinking about doing a study in the Netherlands, and I heard from friends that Groningen is a nice studentcity! Does anybody know this place? How is it to study there?
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    RE: RE: Studying in Groningen!?

    by pieter_jan_v Online Now Mar 17, 2005 at 11:21 AM

    Even some Dutch Royal familie members studied at Groningen.

    There is a bar called "Soestdijk" (named after one of the Royal Palaces).

    PJ

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  • RE: RE: Studying in Groningen!?

    by sunshining Online Now Mar 17, 2005 at 1:17 PM

    Hello!

    I just want to say that Groningen would be a great city for you to study in!! I had a super student time there! It's really a student city! There are things going on 24/7 and you will definitely love it!! Take a look at www.TheStudentExperience.com! Lot's of information about the student life in Groningen! Feel free to write me an email if you have questions!!

    Greetings!!

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    RE: RE: Studying in Groningen!?

    by nighthawk Online Now Mar 19, 2005 at 1:06 PM

    living near the city i know it s a great place to live and study!
    not only dutch royal members love groningen, prins albert of monaco had a cafe named after him and visited there once. but the other day i saw that pub is for rent .. elas!

    groningers are quiet living folks, minding their own business, but if asked for, very helpful and friendly.
    during summertime most students leave the town but as long as there is sun, the pubs and terrasses are filled with young people. very gezellig! and fun.

    also shopping can be fun, if you like it.

    well, if you got any other specific questions, just ask.

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