Results for tag:#studentblog
|Date:||19 July 2019|
Excited to start university, but nervous about making friends? Don't worry! Everyone is in the same boat and open to meeting new people. Read more for some tips about what you can do to meet new people when you first come to Groningen.
|Date:||16 July 2019|
If you’re beginning with your first year in September, then this blog is for you. Every year, University Welcome Days are organised for incoming students who are coming to start their studies in the Netherlands. Read this blog and make the most of these Welcome Days.
|Date:||16 July 2019|
So, you’re starting at the UG in September 2019. So exciting. But what should you bring - and what’s best left behind? In this guide, I’ll try to help you a bit based on my experience.
|Date:||09 July 2019|
"It's been a few years since I first signed up to the introduction weeks in Groningen as a new student, and I have absolutely no regrets." Read more to find out about Marije's ESN and KEI-week experiences.
|Date:||17 May 2019|
Confused about Lustrum? Here's a "quick" guide introducing you to Lustrum and the related events!
|Date:||16 May 2019|
This weekend in Groningen: our top party picks, the Eurovision finals, ESN Culture event, language lessons and more
|Date:||07 May 2019|
It’s already the fourth block, and when you look back it all seems like a bit of a blur. Time has gone so fast and you’re not sure you’ve got a good routine going. Don’t worry, after reading through these tips, you will be able to convince yourself when you look back that you were thriving at university.
|Date:||25 April 2019|
This weekend in Groningen: our top party picks, King's Day events, Irish dancing lessons and more!
|Date:||24 April 2019|
Some pro-tips to help you develop your cooking so you can impress your friends and relatives.
|Date:||03 April 2019|
This weekend in Groningen: our top party picks, exam weeks, KEIxUsva band contest, Dutch language lessons and more
|Date:||02 April 2019|
Dutch student Culture: a guide for internationals. Read more to find out about 5 Dutch Student traditions that internationals might find weird.