Online open days are the perfect opportunity to find out more about the University of Groningen's Master’s programmes, our academic community, and life as a UG student.
Master's WeekThe next Master's Week is from 22 until 26 November. We hope that by that time, we will be able to welcome you in Groningen again for an onsite event!
Who is the master information for?
Our Master’s Week offers a week of online, interactive events designed for you to learn more about what it is like to be a Master's student at the University of Groningen. You will have a chance to:
- explore your study options
- discover our programmes
- attend subject-specific sessions
- hear from students about their experience
- find out about the application process
- learn about support available to Master's students
Virtual tour Groningen
Don't know Groningen (so well)? To give you an impression of Groningen now that you are unable to visit for real right now, we've developed a special experience. In this interactive tour (join the quiz!) two students take you along for some sightseeing around the city.
Scan the QR code for the ultimate Groningen city centre experience or download the Intractive app from the App Store or Google Play-appstore and use code 88175 to start your experience. Enjoy!
Online goodie bag
Check out the online goodie bag with a lot of useful information. We've sorted the information by subject so you can quickly find what you are looking for.
Learn about student life at the University of Groningen, and find out more about all the opportunities you'll have while studying here.
Read our blog to discover what life at the UG student is like, and to get some great tips about how to make the most of your time here.
If you have any questions or want more information regarding the Online Master’s Week, feel free to send an email to the Communications Department via firstname.lastname@example.org.
“After completing my Bachelor’s degree in Groningen, I was interested in seeing what possibilities the university could offer me on a postgraduate level. While I was interested in several law programmes, I was quite unsure of which one to choose. Talking to professors and students about possible career opportunities and fields of research during the Master’s Day really helped me make up my mind and find the right programme for me.”
- Asmo Esser, 24, Master of European and Economic Law
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