Monday is the first official day at university for many first-year students – they are taking part in KEI week, the first-year introduction week. New students get to know the city, student life and the University facilities. This is the 47th KEI week,
around 5,300 first-years take part.
During KEI week the first-years are divided into small groups headed by senior students. They are introduced to all aspects of student city Groningen, including sports clubs and organizations for part-time jobs, and ranging from study support to night life, not forgetting student associations and their fellow first-years. For many students, the KEI gives them a flying start at the University and is the ideal way to get to know their new city. On Monday there is a large information market on the Vismarkt where KEI participants can learn about many different organizations. In the evening there will be an opening party on the Grote Markt.
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