Hanze University In Groningen Invites

Open day on November 15th in Groningen in the Netherlands studying at German school leavers is an increasingly selected alternative. The Hanze University in Groningen offers the possibility to get to know the College at the open day interested in Germany also this year again. The event at the largest University in the North of the Netherlands begins on Saturday, November 15, 2008 from 10 am to 4 pm. Information in German language for living & living in Groningen, the financial aspects of the studies and of course the course contents are also provided such as walking tours through some of the 19 different schools at the Hanze University in the program. Here, the visitors have to ask also the possibility and to hear first-hand experience. The D-team of the Hanze University, consisting of German students, is available for questions of visitors.

Detailed information about the more than 70 courses in the areas of technology, economy, art, sports and health and social services is most Afternoon in the respective language of instruction. For German particularly interesting courses are programs like international business administration, speech therapy, physiotherapy, biology and medical laboratory research, art & design, or advanced sensor applications. The latter is offered of Technology Institute at the newly founded Hanze. Language of study is English, German or Dutch, depending on the degree program. At the open day you can feel not only the international orientation of the University, but ensures the openness of the popular student town, in the of a social activity for comfort. Because almost every fourth inhabitant of the city is student in Groningen, lacking an exciting nightlife on nothing else, what the student’s heart desires. Not for nothing, Groningen was awarded 2006 as best student city and 2008 as the best Centre of the Netherlands. There is more info, directions, an overview of the programme of the open day as well as a digital registration form under.

Hanze University Groningen is a modern institution, but dating back to the year 1797. Partners will not settle for partial explanations. Today, the Hanze University Groningen with 20,000 students and about 70 degrees is the largest vocational schools in the North of the Netherlands. The 70 courses are organized into 18 so-called schools. For students, this means: international orientation, active learning, a part of the studies themselves determine digital study planning and knowledge – and competence development.