The third edition of the UAUCU has become a great product of student research and peer to peer support. Congratulations to the students that have participated this year and that have demonstrated that student research is a powerful tool that can reach out to societies and that shows the students’ potential to eventually change societies.

The preliminary results of the third edition can be found by clicking on the picture.

The Office of International Affairs also supports students in applying for internships abroad. Some to be considered can be found here:

• Apprenticeships in Dutch administration: https://www.werkenbijdeoverheid.nl/stages/zoekresultaat
• Apprenticeships in international affairs: http://www.internationalefuncties.nl/internationale-ervaring/stages-buitenlandse-zaken/

Students applying for these international opportunities must meet with the Office of International Affairs before securing academic recommendations from the University of Aruba.

The University of Aruba is an international university, a hub between Europe, the Caribbean and the Americas. Our students travel the world and study around the world. Our classrooms consist of local and international students and our staff comes from Europe, the US and other parts of the world, all bringing their own specialties and academic methods. Learning in an international classroom offers students the opportunity to increase their awareness and understanding of other cultures, promotes critical thinking, and helps to develop an appreciation for other points of view. And at the University of Aruba we understand that we need to work together to offer our students and staff a good academic education and atmosphere.

We encourage our students to go on ERASMUS exchange and on exchange to our partners in the Netherlands, among other places (http://www.ua.aw/international/exchange-programs/). An example of one of our very successful exchange programs is the UAUCU Undergraduate Research Exchange Program run by the University of Aruba (UA) and University College Utrecht (UCU) (UAUCU Research Exchange Program). Contact oia@ua.aw for more information.

The preliminary results of the second edition can be found by clicking on the picture.

Book UAUCU 2016 Cover

The Office of International Affairs also supports students in applying for internships abroad. Some to be considered can be found here:

• Apprenticeships in Dutch administration: https://www.werkenbijdeoverheid.nl/stages/zoekresultaat
• Apprenticeships in international affairs: http://www.internationalefuncties.nl/internationale-ervaring/stages-buitenlandse-zaken/

Students applying for these international opportunities must meet with the Office of International Affairs before securing academic recommendations from the University of Aruba.

International and European Tax Law

On February 11, 2016, Maastricht University and the UA signed a cooperation agreement between the faculties of law on a double degree master programme in International and European tax law. This agreement is the first one of its kind in Aruba! Students who successfully complete this program , will receive two degrees (one from each university). For more info, visit:

or contact Ms. Sandy van Thol LL.M (sandy.vanthol@ua.aw).

Double Degree FdR Signing

One of our very successful exchange programs is the UAUCU Undergraduate Research Exchange Program run by the University of Aruba (UA) and University College Utrecht (UCU) (UAUCU Research Exchange Program). Contact oia@ua.aw for more information.

The preliminary results of the first edition can be found by clicking on the picture.

BOOK UAUCU 2015-page-001

The Office of International Affairs also supports students in applying for internships abroad. Some to be considered can be found here:

• Apprenticeships in Dutch administration: https://www.werkenbijdeoverheid.nl/stages/zoekresultaat
• Apprenticeships in international affairs: http://www.internationalefuncties.nl/internationale-ervaring/stages-buitenlandse-zaken/

Students applying for these international opportunities must meet with the Office of International Affairs before securing academic recommendations from the University of Aruba.