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Succesfull introduction day students in Leeuwarden

26 August 2015
Students representing UCF.

Last Monday, 24 August, the Leip! Intro, , took place for the tenth time. Among the 3500 students joining the Leip! Intro this year, 40 students represented UCF. The new students from Water technology, Multilingualism and the Master Environmental & Energy Management joined the programme, containing five different activities.

During the day there was time for a Meet & Greet information market with several companies and organizations, of which RUG/Campus Fryslân was one. Furthermore there was a Dance-workout, Stand-up comedy, a Body Percussion clinic and the opportunity for students to show off their creativity by painting each other at the so called ‘Facedoek’ activity. The day closed at the Harmonie. From 17.00 till 19.00 a cultural program of music and theater was offered. There, the students could eat together.

Introduction day Leeuwarden.
Introduction day Leeuwarden.
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