11 Feb 09:30
- 16:30

Bachelor's Open Day

We are very happy to welcome you on our campus on 11 February 2023. During the Bachelor's Open Day you can really get a good idea of our bachelor's programmes and the unique way of teaching. And get a taste of the atmosphere at Maastricht University and life in our student city Maastricht.

Sign up

Sign up now and we'll let you know when you can register and put together your personal schedule for the Bachelor's Open Day. Registration for both on-campus and online sessions will be open in mid January.

So, what can you do during the Open Day?

  • Experience the Maastricht University campus
  • Join information sessions of all bachelor's programmes
  • Put your questions to our students, teachers and student advisors
  • Get to know our unique Problem-Based Learning method (PBL)
  • Meet up with your potential future fellow students

Other information activities

Check out our information activities calendar for other opportunities to experience Maastricht University.

Our Virtual Open Day allows you to create a customised journey and find out about curricula, admissions, loans and grants, housing, student life, and the city of Maastricht.

Maastricht

Known around the Netherlands for its refinement and beautiful historic centre, Maastricht is a lively and welcoming city on the convergence of Dutch, German and French-speaking regions.

Because of its intimate scale, almost everything is within cycling distance. Home to a university, a university of applied science, a conservatory as well as arts, theatre, and design academies, Maastricht boasts a large and diverse international student community and a vast variety of cultural and social opportunities.

Contact

Do you have questions about the Bachelor's Open Day or would you like to know more about our other information activities?

You can always contact us:
 bachelorsopenday[at]maastrichtuniversity[dot]nl

For study-related queries:
 study[at]maastrichtuniversity[dot]nl

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Photos: Philip Driessen