Is there a list of supervisors and their respective research fields?
All members of the institute with a PhD (Dr.) degree can supervise PhD fellows. A list of the staff members and research fellows and their research interest is available on the website. The publications of all staff are available online and freely downloadable, and you can search by staff member to find out if the publications are related to your research interest.
Can a professor or expert from my home university or country be on my supervisory team?
According to the official Dutch rules, a supervisory team should consist of at least a full or associate professor from a Dutch university, your promotor and your primary supervisor. In addition to your promotor, you can have co-supervisor(s), who should at least hold a PhD, but not necessarily be a full or associate professor. Your supervisory team can consist of a maximum of 3 people including the promotor.
This means that it is possible to have members on your supervisory team that are not working in Maastricht. They need to have a PhD degree from an institution recognised by the Dutch state. Additionally, your primary promotor needs to agree to work with them on the supervisory team. In practice, discussions about your supervisory team will take place after you have been accepted in the second year of the programme.