During the information day, prospective students can collect information about all the degree programmes that interest them by going to presentations (compulsory advance online reservation!) and/or having conversations with students, lecturers and study advisors. The degree programme presentations will cover entry requirements, content and design of the programme as well as job perspectives.
Choosing a degree programme, preferably one you enjoy and complete successfully, in a city where you feel at home. Will it be law or business studies? Groningen or Utrecht? How do you know if a degree programme will suit you?
Attending an information day can really help you on your way. On Friday 8 November, all the Bachelor’s degree programmes at the University of Groningen will be presenting themselves to prospective students. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. in the centre of Groningen, in the Academy Building, the Harmonie Building and Pathé cinema complex.
The information day on 8 November 2013 is a Bachelor’s level day, intended for pupils from the last two classes of secondary school (VWO) and their parents. Foreign pupils at a similar stage are also warmly welcome. The University of Groningen will be organizing a Master’s information week from 18-28 November.
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