Open Day events and webinars: 2022-2023
The next Open Days will take place on the following dates:
- 17 March 2023: UvA Open Campus Day
- 28 October 2023: AUC Open Day [More information to follow]
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 and learn about the various majors! Typically, Open Days are held in October 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.
Can't make it to one of the Open Days or Bachelor's Days? No problem! A tour at AUC can be booked throughout the year (including select days during the summer). During a tour, one of our AUC student ambassadors or staff members will guide you around the academic building and discuss the ins and outs of the academic programme and student life. There will be time to ask individual questions and the groups are intentionally kept small to allow for more personal interaction.
How to book a tour
Tours of Amsterdam University College are offered on the following days and times:
- On-campus tours [in English]: Tuesdays starting at 13.00
- On-campus tours [in English]: Thursdays starting at 12.00
To book an on-campus tour, follow the link below and select one of the available dates and times. After you submit your request, we will confirm the tour date and time. You will receive a confirmation by email with arrival instructions and directions to AUC.
Other study choice activities for prospective students
Taking place over the course of the year, there will be a variety of 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 tours of the student residences, participate in sample lectures, meet with admissions officers and visit the campus.