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College Tour: Max van den Berg

13 April 2021

When: Tuesday, 20 April
Time: 19.15 – 21.00
Where: Online (this event will be held in Dutch)

On Tuesday evening 20th of April, students of the RUG Honours College Master program will organize a College Tour event in honor of Max van den Berg in collaboration with Globalisation Studies Groningen. Max van den Berg is a former King's Commissioner and councilor in Groningen. During this evening he will be interviewed by Koen Schuiling, mayor of Groningen.

Max will be interviewed by the mayor of Groningen, Koen Schuiling. During this event, you will have the opportunity to meet Max van den Berg virtually and ask him questions about his life, career and achievements. Are you interested in Dutch politics, or in the life and work of Max van den Berg?

Then be sure to book your spot at the RUG College Tour!

For more information please send an email to collegetour

Do you have a question you would like to ask Max van den Berg? Feel free to fill this in the last field of the registration form!

Although the event will be in Dutch, everyone is welcome!

We hope to see you soon!

The HC College Tour Team 2021 & Globalisation Studies Groningen

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