Here you will find the contact information of other services Utrecht University offers, as well as information about the Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science.
The teaching staff and research facilities are provided by the Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science, where chemists and physicists have collaborated closely since 1989. This institute performs excellent research and has strong ties with industry.
More information and contact details can be found on the Institutes website.
Student Services provides information about studying and student life, regarding admission, enrolment, tuition fees, grants, student organisations, career orientation and studying abroad. Contact Student Services.
The Skills Lab is there to help you if you'd like to know more about developing your academic skills or if you encounter any problem during your studies. We try to map out as clearly as possible what's on offer in terms of trainings, workshops, classes, individual guidance and tools.
Heidelberglaan 3, 3584 CS Utrecht
University Library, 2nd floor
Phone: 030 253 6300
The Facilities Service Centre (FSC) is responsible for providing facility services at Utrecht University, such as catering, room hire, cleaning, waste removal, post and transport, building care and maintenance.
The FSC report form (in Dutch) can be used for all reports relating to facilities.
FSC Reporting Centre
Address: Marinus Ruppert Building, Leuvenlaan 19, De Uithof
Telephone number: +31 (0)30 253 9595
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8.00 - 16.30
Student Associations are responsible for the sale of textbooks, syllabuses and lecture notes, the organisation of the Science+ Career day, training and workshops, and the introduction days for freshmen. Board members of Student Associations are often also active participants in Department and/or Faculty committees. In addition to these official responsibilities, Student Associations organise a variety of informal and fun activities for you to participate in. More specific information about the Student Associations for Science students can be found here.