Bachelor’s Open Days
Curious to know if a bachelor’s programme at Utrecht University is right for you? Join us for the Bachelor’s Open Days on Friday 10 March (online) and/or Saturday 11 March (on location). Whether you are living abroad, considering a gap year or not sure about what to study: the Bachelor’s Open Days will help choose the right programme for you!
Please note, this is not yet a final registration. This is a request to be reminded once registrations open.
Friday 10 March
The Bachelor’s Open Day on Friday 10 March will take place online and can be attended using your phone or laptop. Some bachelor’s programmes offer (live) webinars as well as opportunities to chat with lecturers, students and study advisors. Please note that not all bachelor’s programmes will participate in the online day.
Saturday 11 March
The Bachelor’s Open Day on Saturday 11 March will take place across all three of Utrecht University’s campuses (at the Utrecht Science Park, in the city centre and at the International Campus). The activities will primarily focus on experiencing the atmosphere of studying at Utrecht University. During the day you can attend lectures, guided tours and information markets with stands from study programmes and student associations. If you think Utrecht University might be the right choice for you, don't miss our Open Day!
3 tips for getting the most out of your visit
Tip 1: prepare for your visit
We highly recommend you to watch the videos and/or visit the websites of the programmes of your interest prior to your visit.
Tip 2: inform your parent/guardian
We would surely like to welcome everyone at the Bachelor’s Open Day. However, there are limited spots available and we would like to give as many students as possible the opportunity to gain an impression of our university. This means it is not always possible for parents/guardians to participate in the planned activities on location.
Tip 3: come by public transport
Sustainability is important to us, which is why we advise you to come by public transport if possible. Parking a car is often very expensive and it can be difficult to find a parking spot. Bonus tip: rent a bike at Utrecht Central Station. Biking is a great way to get to know the city and the campuses!
If you decide to enrol in a study programme at Utrecht University, you’ll enjoy the benefits of studying at an internationally oriented university. There are several reasons to enrol in a study programme at Utrecht University:
- A wide selection of Dutch-taught and English-taught bachelor's degree programmes
- A high graduation rate
- An interactive, multi-disciplinary curriculum
- A high position in national and international rankings lists
If you have any more questions, you can contact our Study Information Desk.
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