Prospective students who are living in the Netherlands and looking to apply to AUC are invited to join the AUC Information Evening to learn more about the study programme, tutoring system, meet current AUC students and find out about housing.
|Date||15 December 2021|
Please note that in order to reduce the risk of transmission of the coronavirus, we are limiting the December on-campus Information Evening to prospective students already living in the Netherlands. We warmly welcome prospective students living outside of the Netherlands (and those who are currently living in the Netherlands but cannot come to campus) to join one of our online events.
If you are living in the Netherlands, you are now welcome to register for the AUC on-campus Information Evening if spots are still available. Please note that this event has limited attendance.
In order to give prospective students a sense of what it's like to study and live at Amsterdam University College, we will be hosting a short information evening that focuses on giving an introduction to our Liberal Arts and Sciences study programme, learn more about tutoring and teaching styles during a short sample lecture, and to hear first-hand what social life is like on campus and in the residences from current AUC students. Please note that this evening is only open for prospective students.
|18.00-18.45||Introduction to AUC and the Liberal Arts & Sciences|
|18.45-19.15||Meet and greet with current students & building tour|
|19.15-19.45||More about tutoring and teaching|
|19.45-20.30||Presentation on housing & live dorm tour|
AUC operationally functions under the University of Amsterdam (UvA) with regard to guidelines related to the coronavirus. The UvA is closely following the measures and (travel) recommendations of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Public Health Service of Amsterdam (GGD). Measures in higher education and related activities had been relaxed in recent weeks, but with an uptick in infections and subsequent additional measures taken by the Dutch government, we will also be:
These measures are in addition to asking that you pay special attention to the basic rules for everyone in the Netherlands: maintaining 1.5m distance where possible, frequently washing/sanitising your hands, sneezing into your elbow or disposable paper tissue, and not coming to the event if you are sick or showing symptoms that could be indicative of coronavirus infection.
We are also limiting attendance in terms of the number of people (less capacity than normal) and asking only those living in the Netherlands to attend this event. As we return to campus with restrictions in place, we kindly ask that you show consideration and understanding for staff members and fellow visitors during the Information Evening.
If you have any questions about the AUC Information Evening, please feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.