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What is Student for a Day?

Be student for one day at our faculty!

'Student for a Day' is an intensive introductory programme : you literally get to be a ‘student for a day’. This means you will follow lectures, participate in research practicals or tutorials, meet students and lecturers and get a taste of student life. In addition, you will be given a tour of the main buildings, have lunch at the faculty and finish the day with some drinks.

Please note that Student for a Day is intended for advanced prospective students who have already attended events such as Open Days, but are still not quite sure which Bachelor’s degree programme to choose. All degree programmes of the Faculty of Science and Engineering are fully taught in English, so all lectures, practicals etc. of this day will be in English.

Note for international prospective students: in case you are not able to attend the Student for a Day on this date, you can always sign up for a Campus Tour

For whom: Prospective students (vwo 6 or the international equivalent: prospective students in their final high school year)
When: Autumn (November, December) and spring (February, March); check your Bachelor’s degree programme for the date
Where: At the location where most of your lectures take place (Zernike Campus or the MWF-complex near the academic hospital)


Registration is compulsory. Registration is closed.  You can register at the webpages of the programme (see menu)
Registration: An email confirming your registration will be sent to your registered email address.
NOTE: We recommend that you check your spam folder if you don't receive your confirmation promptly.


Limited number of places

There is a limited number of places available for each event. Placement is done by order of registration and in case of many applications, we use a waiting list. If a place opens up, you will receive an email.

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Last modified:04 April 2019 09.58 a.m.