Come to our open day for Master’s degrees and find out more about the UvA’s programmes on location. Attend information sessions, talk to students and staff, and find the right degree for you.
Register for the Master's Day and choose the sessions you want to attend:
During the UvA Master’s Day you can attend programme information sessions, talk to students and lecturers at the information fairs and get a feel for the UvA’s campuses.
Information sessions last 60 minutes and take place between 9:30 and 17:00, with a 15-minute break in between. You need to sign up for these sessions when you register.
The sessions take place at different locations in the city, so please keep this in mind when planning your day. You can find all the exact times and locations in the programme and in the registration form.
There will be information fairs at all three UvA locations. The fairs at University Quarter and Roeterseiland Campus will take place between 9:30–15:00, and the fair at Science Park between 9:30-14:00. Staff and students will be on hand to answer your questions.
Choosing a Master’s is an important step in shaping your career. In this special information session advisers from the UvA’s Student Careers Centre will present tips and advice on how to choose the right programme and which aspects to keep in mind.
Join us for an information session about studying at the UvA as an international student. One of our admissions officers will share general information about the UvA and about practical matters such as living expenses, housing and admissions. You will also hear personal experiences from current international students and have a chance to ask them questions.
If you have questions about your registration, the UvA Master’s Day or studying at the UvA in general, you can contact our Central Student Service Desk.
For prospective students who live too far away to attend our open days, we regularly organise online information sessions (webinars) on a range of topics. You can also view recordings of past webinars.
You can also join our Master’s Week in spring, from 11-15 February