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Online Open Day

Want to check if PPLE is the right fit for you? Find out by participating in our upcoming events and via the information available below.

Bachelor's Week: Meet & Ask PPLE

Meet PPLE staff and students. After a short presentation you can ask them anything you’d like to know about the programme. Join the PPLE Meet & Ask session on 11 October 16-17:00 CET or on 13 October 10-11:00 CET.

Bachelor's Week: Q&A PPLE Admissions

Meet the PPLE Admissions team and ask them everything about application and admission to PPLE. Join the PPLE Admissions Q&A session on 14 October 14-15:00 CET. Please note that this is a Q&A session and does not include general information about the programme. You are advised to attend the Meet & Ask PPLE presentation first.

PPLE explained

Some general information by the PPLE programme coordinator and a PPLE second-year student

PPLE campus video

Visit our campus virtually to see where PPLE is housed.

PPLE vlog series

by Katharina Buchsbaum

Questions? Ask our students

second-year PPLE student
Hi, I am Barbora and I study Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics. If you have any questions about PPLE or student life, talk to me on Instagram!
Get in touch with Barbora on Instagram
second-year PPLE student
Hi, my name is Oskar and I am a student at PPLE College. Ask me anything about the study programme or the University of Amsterdam on Instagram!
Contact Oskar on Instagram

Meet the PPLE community

PPLE is a small-scale learning community of students and staff from all walks of life who study and work together to find interdisciplinary solutions to societal challenges. Looking for more information about PPLE? 

The typical PPLE student is…

Students and staff on what makes a PPLE student

PPLE staff and students...

Their relationship in and outside the classroom

I wanted to study PPLE because…

Students on why they decided to study PPLE