What does it entail?
- You’ll come to the UvA and attend a lecture, practical or tutorial of the degree programme of your choice. Some of the programmes offer the Experience Days online.
- You can join more than one Experience Days session. Check out the programme overview for all the dates and times.
- In most cases the sessions do not provide general information about the study programme, about career possibilities for example. If you are looking for more general information take a look at the programme information on the UvA website, download a brochure or join the UvA Bachelor’s Week.
Should I prepare something?
- We expect you to know a thing or two about the degree programme already. You may have joined a session during the UvA Bachelor’s Week for example, or watched a video or read about the programme online on the programme page.
- For some Experience Days sessions you’ll have to complete an assignment or read a text beforehand. In that case you will receive information about this via email.
Who is it for?
These sessions are specifically meant secondary school students from 5/6 vwo and college students who have already looked into a Bachelor’s programme by joining a session during the UvA Bachelor’s Week. The Experience Days take place during the week, so you will probably need to take some time off school.
Would you like to get more information on your preferred degree programme without taking part in the Experience Days? An overview of all information activities can be found in our calendar.