Open days and other activities

Bachelor's in Communication Science

There are several ways for you to orient yourself towards the Bachelor's in Communication Science. By attending a Bachelor's day or another orientation activity you can prepare yourself well for your chosen study.

Bachelor's Day

Twice a year the UvA organises a Bachelor's Day with information sessions and an information fair, where you can talk to students, lecturers and study advisers. The next one is on Saturday 10 March 2018. Read more.

Webinar Communication Science

For prospective students who can not make it to our Open days, the UvA regularly organises webinars on a range of topics. Our next webinar about the Bachelor's takes place on Thursday 22 February 2018 (14:00-15:00). Please register in advance.

You can also watch our previous webinar.

Taster lecture

Twice a year the UvA organises a Taster week (in December and April). During this week you can attend a lecture and talk to current students. This is especially interesting if you have already done some research into the study programma (such as attending a Bachelor's Day and reviewing the information available online). Read more.

Student for a day

Spending a day shadowing a UvA student is a good way of finding out what studying and student life is really like. Read more.

Skype session with a student

Did you watch the webinar and / or visited an open day, and did this make you enthusiastic about our programme? In the Skype session you will get the opportunity to ask a student about his or hers personal experiences with studying Communication Science at the UvA. Read more.

Alternative for an Open Day: request a Q&A session with short campus tour

If you are unable to attend one of the Open Days or information sessions we organise, you can request a Q&A session with a short campus tour. You have the opportunity to ask your questions and get a small tour around the Roeterseiland Campus. Please note that we are not always able to organise this, especially on a short notice.

Published by  College of Communication

College of Communication

8 February 2018