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Student for a Day

In case you cannot wait to plunge into student life, come to the Student for a Day event. Our motto is 'you have to be there to experience it'. So as a student for a day at our Faculty, you will experience everything our students encounter.

During this intensive information event you will actively work together with other scholars (Dutch and International) and you will meet senior students, lecturers and study advisors. You will also get to follow a mini lecture, work on practical assignments and prepare a presentation. In addition, you will be given a tour of the building, have lunch at the faculty and can join the end of the day dinner in the city centre.


December 2019

  • BSc International Business: Wednesday 4 December 2019
  • BSc Econometrics & Operations Research: Wednesday 11 December 2019
  • BSc Economics & Business Economics: Wednesday 11 december 2019
  • BSc Bedrijfskunde (Dutch): Thursday 12 december 2019


March 2020

  • BSc Bedrijfskunde (Dutch): Thursday 12 March 2020
  • BSc Econometrics & Operations Research: Friday 13 March 2020
  • BSc Economics & Business Economics: Friday 13 March 2020
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For For all national and international students who are considering studying at the Faculty of Economics and Business. (Not suitable for students interested in the HBO transfer programme.)
Where Faculty of Economics and Business, Zernike Complex, University of Groningen
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Costs 10 euro for the whole day (including lunch, dinner and evening programme)

Which Bachelor's programme are you interested in?

Before signing up, you can find out more about our Bachelor's programmes:

1) BSc International Business
2) BSc Econometrics and Operations Research
3) BSc Economics and Business Economics
4) BSc Bedrijfskunde (taught in Dutch)

Student for a Day programme

Below you find a concept of the programme. All Bachelor's programmes have their own programme. You will find these programmes in your mailbox approximately a week before Student for a Day.

Time (beware: timetable is a concept) Event
10.30 - 11.00 hours Welcome
11.00 - 12.30 hours Introduction to programme + lecture
12.30 - 13.30 hours Lunch
13.30 - 15.30 hours Working on a case
15.30 - 17.00 hours

Presentation of a case

17.30 -  20.00 hours

Visit a restaurant in the city center.
Get to know current students and other prospective students during diner and a pub quiz.

During the whole day you can ask our current students, study advisors and teachers questions about the programme and about studying and living in Groningen.

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