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Busy Open Day for Science faculty

13 November 2014
Visitors of the Open Day in the Bernoulliborg
Visitors of the Open Day in the Bernoulliborg

During the Open Day on Friday 7 November, the lecture theatres at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences were almost full, both at the Zernike Campus and the Pharmacy buildings on the Antoni Deusinglaan. Some 3000 pupils and parents came to learn more about a Science bachelor. The number of unique visitors will have been slightly lower, as some were interested in more than one bachelor.

Science demo during the Open Day.
Science demo during the Open Day.

In total, the University of Groningen welcomed over 6,000 unique visitors to one of the bachelor programs. After this Open Day, it is possible to have visit specific programs during ‘Student for one day’.

On the website, you will find more information on the University of Groningen bachelor programs in Science and Engineering or Health and Life Sciences.

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