University College Groningen introduces: the Early Bird deadline! Are you keen on studying our Liberal Arts and Sciences programme? And would you like to profit from several exclusive benefits? Don't hesitate to apply before the Early Bird deadline!
Benefits of applying at an early stage:
The requirements of the Early Bird deadline are as followed:
We review applications on a rolling basis. Decisions will be made and communicated as soon as possible until available spots are filled and then we will start a waitlist. We aim to inform you of your status within 4 to 6 weeks after you completed your application. Apply early!
Applying before the Early Bird deadline may give you a guaranteed spot in Class of 2025. Don't miss this opportunity then.
Feel free do drop in during the Open Office Hour of the Admissions Office of University College Groningen.
If you have questions regarding your application, student housing, the bachelor programme Liberal Arts and Sciences or anything else, join us on one of these dates. We are here to help!
Just click on one of the links below to access the online meeting on Google Meet.
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