Experience the Bachelor
There are several ways to get a first impression of the programme English Language and Culture. 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
Visit the Bachelor's Open Days and get to know English Language and Culture at Utrecht University. Sign up and watch the video explaining the programme, visit the information market where you can ask all your questions to teachers and students or sign up for the campus tour, a guided tour through the historic city centre. You can also get more information about finances, study choice, honors, matching, studying with a disability, culture, sports and more. This way you can see if English Language and Culture is the right choice for you.
Next Bachelor's Open Days
Curious to know if a Bachelor’s programme at Utrecht University suits you? Join us for the Bachelor’s Open Days on Friday 17 November and/or Saturday 18 November! Read more about the Bachelor's Open Days in November.
Click the button below to receive an email as soon as you can register for the Bachelor Open Days.
Student for a day
Do you want to know what it is like to study English Language and Culture in Utrecht? Then come and join us for a day. You will attend one or more lectures and get the chance to talk to students and teachers. If you like, you can also visit the Study Association Albion.
Who is it for?
Student-for-a-day-events are intended for people in the last two years of secondary school, transfer students and HBO students who are considering a university course and who have already attended an Open Day and are seriously considering studying English Languages and Culture in Utrecht. After enrolling in a study at Utrecht University you will also participate in a matching process, which allows you to test whether the study really suits you.
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.