Access to the Financieele Dagblad through the FD app

Published on
January 17, 2023

Since last year, WUR staff and students have access to Het Financieele Dagblad. Many colleagues use the FD app to read the newspaper. To maintain access, you need log in via the Library every three months. After your login information is verified, you can use the FD app again.

Het Financieele Dagblad

Het Financieele Dagblad (FD) is a daily Dutch quality newspaper focusing on the economy and business. It reports on news and developments in business, finance, technology and economy. WUR employees and students have access to the entire digital archive from 1985 until present.

How to login

You can log in to Het Financieele Dagblad through SURFconext by using your Wageningen University and Research account.

  • Go to Het Financieel Dagblad in WUR Library Search.
  • Click on the blue button 'View online'.
  • In the next screen select Wageningen University and Research.
  • Login with your WUR account.
  • Click on Proceed to Het Financieele Dagblad.
  • You will be redirected to the newspaper's online platform (
  • Next, you need to set up a personal FDMG account. Enter a password, and from now on, you can log in directly to Het Financieele Dagblad (, or use the app to read the newspaper.

For more information, see this step-by-step manual.

Use the FD app


With the FD App for smartphones and tablets you always have access to the FD's most important news as well as the paper's digital version.

  • Download the app once, see this page.
  • After downloading, open the app and log in once with your WUR e-mail address + your chosen password.
  • If you haven't set a password yet, then first log in with your browser at Het Financieel Dagblad through WUR Library Search (see steps above).
  • Go to MijnFD and select Wachtwoord wijzigen
  • Once you've set your password, you can open the FD app on your phone and log in.

Check your organisational and personal subscription

The Library intends to continue the WUR licence to Het Financieel Dagblad for several years. It may be worthwhile to reconsider any organisational or personal print/online subscriptions you have.

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