The University of Amsterdam has high-quality graduate students and the world's leading research training, while undergraduate education is one of the world's most outstanding, the school focus on internationalization, providing more than 85 English master's program. It produced six Nobel Prize winners, including three Nobel Prize-winning physicists, peace, medicine and chemistry prize winner one each. It also produced seven Spinoza Award winners. Today, the University of Amsterdam as a research university has more than 30,000 students, 5,000 employees and 285 research projects (Bachelor and Master programs), many of which are taught in English. The University of Amsterdam has a budget of more than 600 million euros and currently has seven colleges: Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Economics, Law, Science, Medicine and Dentistry. Amsterdam as the capital of the Netherlands, both in history and today, is the country's economic and political center. The Amsterdam River flows from the center of the city, beginning with the settlement of a river by a group of residents in the mid-13th century, which was named after the river. Today, Amsterdam, with a population of 750,000, is a cosmopolitan city with a "little town story" atmosphere, strolling along the canal and looking once and for all in a well-preserved historic building of all historical times . There is nothing in the Dutch saying that in Amsterdam there is nothing that can not happen. Where ancient and modern, elegant and mundane, rich and poor, contradictory but can live in peace. And the University of Amsterdam is in such a city gave birth to a thought of the wizard.