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Open day for German prospective students on 5 April

27 March 2012

On 5 April 2012 the University of Groningen organizes an information day for German prospective students who are interested in one or more studies offered by our nine faculties. The event will start at 10:30 in 'De Heymanszaal' of the Harmony building, which is located in the center of Groningen.

You can register now by sending an email to studienbewerber@rug.nl. Naturally, you are free to bring along your parents and/or friends. We will send you information on travel and accommodations as well as nice tips about visiting the city. It is also possible to arrive at short notice without registration!

The programme

10:30 - 11:30: General presentation in 'De Heymanszaal' on studying in Groningen (registration, deadlines, housing, finance, sports and more).


11.30- 11:45: Break and room change

12.00- 13:00: Presentations on various subjects such as admission requirements, language skills and tests and experiences from current students.

  • Room 13.12.00.19:  International Relations and International Organization
  • Room 13.15.00.48:  Arts, Culture and Media
  • Room  13.13.03.16: International & European Law
  • Room 13.12.00.07:  Economics
  • Room 13.12.00.25:  Religious studies
  • Room 13.13.03.42:  Science
  • De Heymanszaal:     Psychology

Please indicate which one of the above presentations you'd like to attend in your registration email.

You can also view this programme in German

Last modified:15 December 2015 4.15 p.m.

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