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Open Days

Learn all about AUC during an Open Day

Open Days are a great way to get to know AUC in its entirety. Taking place twice a year, the Open Days allow visitors to get an in-depth look at the AUC academic programme, meet with teaching staff from all three majors, ask questions to the Heads of Studies, have one-on-one sessions with current students, speak directly to admissions officers, hear stories from alumni, tour the AUC student residences, learn about the various majors and participate in sample lectures! Typically, Open Days are held in November and January and allow prospective students and parents to get a look at all aspects that make living and studying at Amsterdam University College unique. 

Open Day events and webinars: 2021-2022

Continued impact of the coronavirus

Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, we will need to follow certain measures in order to keep visitors and our community safe.

Upcoming AUC Open Days: online and on-campus

  • 11 November: online
  • 13 November: on-campus (for residents of the Netherlands)

The AUC Open Day offers a look at what it's like to live and study at AUC. As we still need to be cautious when considering the safety of our visitors and community, we'll be dividing our Open Day into a digital version taking place on 11 November and a small-scale, physical Open Day at the AUC Academic Building on 13 November for those living in the Netherlands. 

Looking forward

Our intention is to host small on-campus events throughout the year when it's possible to do so safely. Other information events will take the form of webinars, meet and greets, and live streams to offer online options in case it's not possible to come to campus.

Taking place over the course of November, December and January, there will be ample opportunities for prospective students and their guests to get more information about AUC's curriculum, majors and academic programme, speak directly with students and staff, have (virtual) tours of the student residences, participate in sample lectures, meet with admissions officers and, hopefully, visit the campus.