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Thousands of school pupils to visit University of Groningen information day

05 November 2013

Information day programme

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.

Information Day
Information Day

Information day target group

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.

Registration and information

For more information and to register for the information day: www.rug.nl/voorlichtingsdag, studiekiezers@rug.nl or 050-3639011.
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