Bachelor's Open Day on 25 November 2017
Curious about the most international university in the Netherlands and its unique educational method? Visit the Bachelor's Open Day on 25 November and experience Maastricht.
At Maastricht University (UM), our goal is to prepare students in the best possible way for a career either in the Netherlands or abroad. By focusing on learning through analysing and solving relevant international issues, Problem-Based Learning challenges and encourages students to do their best. At UM, more than half of our bachelor’s programmes are taught in English and there are ample opportunities to study abroad. Our students and academic staff come from over 100 different countries.
Visit Maastricht University and take the opportunity to walk around in Maastricht and explore the city’s gems! Maastricht is a lively and welcoming city where most students quickly find a room within cycling distance of the university.
What can you expect from the Bachelor's Open Day?
During the Bachelor's Open Day you’ll find out everything you need to know about our bachelor's programmes, Problem-Based Learning (PBL), admissions and tuition fees. Not only UM staff but also our students and alumni will tell you what studying in Maastricht is like. They’ll be more than happy to share their experiences of their student time, their internships and early careers.Special information sessions are offered for parents during the Bachelor's Open Day.
A brief review of the Bachelor's Open Day on 18 February
Saturday 18 February we welcomed thousands of prospective students with their parents and guardians. In addition to the sessions with information about the courses, the information markets were also very well attended.
New to this edition of the Bachelor’s Open Day was the Student Room Escape at the Faculty of Health Medicine and Life sciences, where prospective students were able to experience firsthand how busy and fun student life can be. At SSC prospective students could use the Green Screen Photo booth to picture themselves as an exchange student or intern in any city worldwide, while the photo booth at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences allowed prospective students to imagine themselves as the person they expect to be ten or twenty years from now!
There was also time for relaxation at the School of Business and Economics lounge, where visitors could take a break and reflect on their experiences, or play a game of pool.
Can't make it on Saturday 25 November?
Then make sure you mark the next date in your calendar: Saturday 24 February 2018.
Interested in a Master's?
Visit the Master's Open Day on Saturday 7 October 2017 or Saturday 24 March 2018.