The research of VU Amsterdam is divided in four profile themes
From the smallest nanoscale building blocks to the universe and beyond, from cybercrimes to copyrights.
Approximately 2000 academics are employed by VU Amsterdam. They range from young and talented PhD students, to outstanding professors.
The VU Research Portal shows you researcher profiles and publications (books, articles, dissertations). It also is VU’s digital academic repository (and replaces the former repository VU-DARE). Many publications are online, full text, and freely accessible for everyone. This is indicated by the Open Access-logo. You can search by either name, research unit or keyword. The portal shows you VU’s collaboration partners worldwide over the last five years.
The Vrije Universiteit PhD programme caters to a curious, creative and critical global student body.
Academic research depends to an increasing degree on external financing. Various organizations and bodies subsidize or finance academic research.
VU Amsterdam has had links to South Africa for more than 125 years, and with the Desmond Tutu Training Programme we hope to further boost its academic relationship with the country.
Academic integrity is high on the agendas of Dutch universities. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and VU Medical Center work hard to ensure that all their academic staff have a good knowledge of the national VSNU Code of Conduct and remain informed of the latest developments regarding academic integrity policy.