Bachelor's Open Day
For whom is the Bachelor's Open Day intended?
The Bachelor's Open Day is meant for prospective students who to a large extent know what kind of study programme they want to do, and who would like to receive more specific information on one or more programmes. The presentations will take place at various locations througout Groningen. Students will therefore be able to visit a total of four different programmes.
Registration is required
You can register for the Bachelor's Open Day of Friday 12 November 2021 from 15 October onwards. Registration is required as places are limited. We strongly advise all international students to attend the introductory presentation on studying in Groningen, applying for accommodation and admission requirements. These sessions are offered in English (All about studying in Groningen) and in German (Alles über das Studium in Groningen). Please register for any of these presentations, as places are limited. Put together a personal programme for the day in the registration module and receive your entry tickets by email. Keep in mind that you might have to travel between locations, so plan your route in advance!
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Programme of the Bachelor's Open Day
You can put together your own schedule, so you determine to a large extent what your day will look like. You can choose from the following programme components:
Presentations on Bachelor's degree programmes
All Bachelor’s degree programmes will be presented to the prospective students during the Bachelor's Open Day. The day is divided into four time slots: 10.00-11.00, 12.00-13.00, 14.00-15.00 and 16.00-17.00. Most faculties will present their programmes in two or three of these sessions. Provided that there is enough space, all presentations will take place in the buildings where the programmes are located. You will receive information about the study programme, you can attend trial lectures and speak to teachers and students. And of course, you can meet people to whom you might be sitting next to in class in the future. In between presentation sessions, there is enough time to travel to the next location, have lunch or visit an information fair.
Presentations for international prospective students
During the Bachelor's Open Day there will be several sessions especially for international prospective students with information on studying in Groningen, applying for accommodation and admission requirements; it is strongly recommended to attend any of these sessions. These sessions are offered in English (All about studying in Groningen) and in German (Alles über Studieren und Leben in Groningen).
General presentations on study-related subjects
During the Bachelor's Open Day there will also be several general presentations on study-related subjects.
Information booths on Bachelor's degree programmes
All Bachelor's degree programmes also host an information booth where you can talk to study advisors, students and teachers to collect course specific information.
International students booths
On two locations, there will be an international students booth, providing information about housing, admissions and student life in Groningen. Venues: Harmony Building (Canteen, 11.00-16.00) and Zernike Campus, Duisenberg Building (Student Plaza, 11.00-16.00).
General information fairs
During the Bachelor's Open Day you can visit general information fairs on two locations from 11.00-16.00. Here you will find booths providing information on housing, study finances, study guidance, the introduction period, sports, culture and student associations. The information fairs are freely accessible, so if you have some time in between the sessions, don't hesitate to check it out. Locations: Canteen Harmony Building and Zernike Campus, Duisenberg building, Student Plaza.
Open House Honours College
The University of Groningen Honours College, located in the tower (room A11) of the Academy Building is meant for excellent students who are able and willing to follow an enhanced programme. Current Honours students are happy to talk to you between 11:20-12:00, 1:30-2:00 and 3:30-4:00!
Science Truck Zernike Campus
Do you have time to spare between presentations? You can get started with all kinds of experiments in the Science Truck. The truck is located on the Zernike Campus, near the Duisenberg Building and the Kapteynborg.
Explore Groningen's city centre in 45 minutes with current students of GroningenLife! The number of people that can join is limited so please register for this.
To give you a taste of the atmosphere of the Groningen city center and the Zernike Campus, we have developed two virtual tours. In these interactive tours two of our students will let you experience the city center and the Zernike Campus. The app for the virtual tours is called Intractive and can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play app store.
Learn about student life at the University of Groningen, and find out more about all the exciting opportunities you'll have while studying here.
Read our blog to discover what life as a UG student is like, and to get some great tips about how to make the most of your time here.
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Questions?If you have questions about this online event or would like more information in general, please contact us at studiekiezers rug.nl.
Upcoming Bachelor's Events
|Friday 12 November 2021
Registration from 15 October 2021
|10:00-17:00 hrs||Several venues in Groningen|
|Friday 4 February 2022
Registration from 1 January 2022
|10.00-17.00 hrs||Several venues in Groningen|
|Saturday 23 April 2022
Registration from 15 March 2022
|11.00-16.00 hrs||Several venues in Groningen|
|Last modified:||27 September 2021 5.17 p.m.|