Students, interns, researchers and teachers tell their story
Two months in Saint Petersburg
Stijn Janssen, master student of physics, Radboud University. Grant student of the NIP for his research at the Ioffe institute.
''Working in one of Russia's largest research institutions, which has just celebrated its centenary, was simply fantastic!''
Return to St. Petersburg
Julia ten Bos, intern at the NIP, MA, Leiden University
''Saint Petersburg has a lot to offer and nothing is as it seems. While you can lose yourself at all sorts of hidden squares and courtyards in the weekends, you can always go to the NIP.''
Camille Merlen, PhD student and lecturer of international relations, University of Kent (United Kingdom)
''Anyone who is interested in art, history and politics surely cannot overlook Russia.''
An epicenter of vibrant souls
Joost Schokkenbroek, Chief Curator of Het Scheepvaartmuseum; Professor of Maritime History and Maritime Heritage
"It is my great wish and firm conviction that the Netherlands Institute in St. Petersburg will be granted a long life.''
In Russia, nothing is as it seems
Heleen Ris and Janneke Toonders, Radboud University Nijmegen
In April 2018 a group of students from Radboud University Nijmegen visited Saint Petersburg on a research and study trip. Read more about Heleen and Janneke’s impression of St. Petersburg.
First impressions: Russia
Pat Horst, BA-student International Relations (Leiden University), trainee at the NIP:
"Rubles are still quite the mystery to me, but I’m beginning to love St. Petersburg.''
Laura Brouwer, third year student International Development at the Leiden University College (LUC):
"The program truly allowed us to experience the dynamics of a city and its people.''
Don’t think about it - just do it!
Julia Danu, Research Master Student Linguistics, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
'' ... let me just say that everybody should go there at least once in life. This is the city of contrasts- it has a place for everything and everyone.''