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KEI-week 2021

28 June 2021

The KEI-week is the general introduction week for all new first-year students in Groningen. It gives you the perfect opportunity to get to know the city and the opportunities on offer for you in the city, in all the aspects of your life as a student. You as a first-year student, the KEI-loper, are of course uttermost important. During the KEI-week, everything revolves around getting to know your fellow students and your new city. It is not mandatory to visit every event, so you can take part in as many or as few of the events as you like!

Movie night at the Vismarkt during KEIWEEK 2018
Movie night at the Vismarkt during KEIWEEK 2018

The KEI-week takes place between the 16th and 20th of August. What the week is going to look like exactly is still somewhat unclear as the events might change due to new developments in the COVID pandemic. You can sign up via de KEI-week website. The cost of a ticket for the entire week is €39,50.

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