Bachelor events FASoS

Are you a prospective student and interested in one of our bachelor's programmes?

It may not always be possible to welcome you to our on-campus information activities, but we still would like to offer you several resources which can give you a feel of what it is like to study at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and provide you with some answers to questions you might have.

We offer:

1. Virtual Open Days
2. Study programme information
3. Studying at Maastricht University
4. Online personal appointment (Skype)
5. Problem-Based Learning
6. Bachelor's Open Day/Campus tour
7. Experience Days 
8. Online Q&A Sessions
 

 

1. Virtual Open Days

Visit our Virtual Open Day 24/7

Welcome to our Virtual Open Days

To give you the opportunity to visit us we have created Virtual Open Days that you can visit 24/7. These will help you on your way as you prepare for your student career. The tour explains what makes our bachelor’s programmes stand out and will give you a feel of the atmosphere! You can explore our study programmes by selecting one or more options.

Tour our facilities, learn more about our programmes and about student life in Maastricht.

If you haven’t decided yet which programme suits you best, the comparison tool below might help you.

2. Study programme information

You can also go to the programme of your choice directly and learn more about the programme information and the courses we offer.

 

3. Studying at Maastricht University

For more information about studying in Maastricht go to:

or check out the website of the Student Services Centre.

 

Welcome to the FASoS Bachelor's Community

4. Online personal appointment

If you still have any questions or would like to have a one-on-one chat with one of our recruiters, you are welcome to set up a Skype call!

For an online Virtual Personal Appointment or other questions you can send an email to info-fasos@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

5. Problem-Based Learning

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) offers you a different way of learning from traditional university education. You work in small tutorial groups, engage in hands-on training and attend (far) fewer lectures. Under the supervision of a tutor, you team up with ten to fifteen students to tackle real-life challenges. PBL is an active way of learning that gives you better retention of knowledge, enhances your motivation and encourages you to develop skills that are essential for the labour market in the 21st century. In short: PBL is all about you, your tutors are very approachable and you learn together in a dynamic way, helping form you into an assertive professional. 

 

Watch these two videos to see how PBL works at Maastricht University.

6. Bachelor's Open Day/Campus tour

Bachelor's Open Day

Find out more about one of the most international universities in Europe, experience our unique approach to teaching, immerse yourself in your programme of choice, and explore our beautiful city. The next Bachelor's Open Day is on 24 February 2024. You can also take a look at our interactive Maastricht University Campus tour. We also offer physical campus tours on 13 March and 1 May 2024. Are you not available on these dates? Don't worry! We also offer campus tours during our Open Days, Experience Days and Introduction Days. 

7. Experience Days

Experience Days are intended for pre-university grammar school students in their last year of study who preferably have visited an Open Day at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in Maastricht.

Upcoming experience Days

ProgrammeDateTime
Arts and Culture10 April 202410.00-16.00
Digital Society10 April 202410.00-16.00
European Studies10 April 202410.00-16.00

 

8. Online Q&A Sessions

During these live Instagram Q&A sessions you will be able to talk to our student ambassadors.
You will be able to ask all your questions regarding:

  • the programme content
  • the application and admission procedure
  • what it is like to study the programme of your choice in Maastricht and much more

 Upcoming sessions:

ProgrammeDate and time
Global Studies / Arts and CultureTuesday 27 February 2024, 19.00-20.00
  

You are welcome to join the sessions on Instagram. Please register beforehand for the programme of your choice.