Disclaimer: Due to the health and safety precautions against COVID-19, this year our Experience EUC events will be in an online format. Check regularly this page to learn how to register for the following dates:
Who is it for?
If you are planning on attending university next year, already know a bit about Liberal Arts and Sciences, and are curious about whether Erasmus University College is the place for you, then you are most welcome to come and visit one of our Virtual Experience EUC Days.
What does it look like?
Due to COVID-19, we cannot offer in-person Experience Days. Therefore, we are offering a virtual alternative via the communication platform Zoom.
In the week prior to the event, we ask participants to prepare in advance for the Problem-Based Learning tutorial. This preparation involves watching an introduction video to Problem-Based learning as well as minor reading about the PBL methodology.
During an Virtual Experience EUC Day you will have the opportunity to participate actively in a Problem-Based Learning tutorial with other prospective students, meet our current students in a Question & Answer (Q&A) session and you will have time to ask all your questions about admissions, the curriculum or student life.
Your Experience EUC Day would look like this:
Log in to our Virtual Experience Day on Zoom
13:00 - 13:20
Introduction with staff - parents and guardians are welcome*
|13:20 - 13:25||Short break|
13:25 - 14:15
Problem-Based Learning (PBL) group session: Come ready to talk - you'll be participating!Parallel Separate Parents' Session
14:15 - 14:25
14:25 - 14:55
EUC students Q&A
14:55 – 15:10
Admissions Q & A
Parents and guardians are welcome to attend an information session and the parents’ session at the beginning of an Experience Day.
*Parents and guardians who would like to join are required to log in to the sessions with a second device.
The announced times are based on the local time in the Netherlands, Central European Time (GMT+2). If you are attending from outside the Netherlands, please make sure to check how those times correspond to your local timezone.
Sign up for our bi-weekly online Q & A sessions. Ask a student or an admission officer.