Experience the Bachelor
There are several ways to get a first impression of the programme English Language and Culture in Utrecht. You can visit an Open Day or sign up for the student for a day event. You can also read about the experiences of students who are following the programme themselves.
Visit the Open Day
During the Open Day, make sure to visit the information market where you can ask all your questions to teachers and students. Sign up for campus tours through our buildings in the historic city center, or attend a mini lecture. You'll also find information about finances, study choice assistance, honors, studying with disabilities, sports, and much more.
Curious to know what it's like to study English Language and Culture in Utrecht? Then come and join us for a day before you apply. After your application, you'll also take part in a matching process.
Student for a day
During a student for a day event, you'll attend one or more classes and have the opportunity to chat with students and teachers. You will also be introduced to Study Association Albion. You're welcome to join if you're in your final years of high school, transferring from another programme, or as an HBO student, and if you've already attended an Open Day.
After you apply for the programme, you'll participate in a matching process. This is similar to the student for a day event but is mandatory and serves as the final check to see if the programme suits you. You'll study course material at home, complete assignments, attend a lecture in Utrecht, and take a test. Afterwards, you'll receive a non-binding advice on whether the course is a good fit for you. It's a great opportunity to get to know your future classmates (and teachers) in advance.
This is what our students say
Our own students know better than anyone why the study programme English Literature and Culture is a good choice. Below you can read why they chose this programme and what makes it so unique.
English Language and Culture is not all endless grammar lessons or more books than you can possibly read; it’s just about studying the language and country you’re mad about.