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Master's and Careers Information event: Master Your Talent

18 November 2011

The Master’s and Careers Information Day of the Faculty of Arts will be held on Friday 18 November from 1 – 6 p.m. All current and future Master’s programmes will be presented via information rounds and an information market. It is important to orientate for the Master’s phase during the Bachelor’s phase. Sometimes students might need a specific Minor, or a certain average mark to be admitted. In addition, on 1 September 2012, the names of the Master’s degree programmes will change. This means that there will be a number of content-related changes, particularly in some of the language and culture Master’s programmes.

For whom?

1. Bachelor’s students of the Faculty of Arts

2. HBO students

3. Students of other faculties at the University of Groningen

4. Students of other universities

5. International students

What to expect?

Lectures

Students can attend presentations from almost all of the Master's degree programmes of the Faculty of Arts. The Placement Office informes about placement possibilities and regulations.

Information market

In the Weberfoyer there is an information market where students can ask questions about the different Master's degree programmes, placements, study abroad, Honours College, admission and application.  

Paneldiscussion / career event

Together with the study associations, the Placement Office organizes an interactive paneldiscussion with alumni (in Dutch).

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