Lecture Week

Lecture Week Wageningen University

Lecture Week

  • Exclusive videos of classes in action
  • Experience studying in Wageningen
  • Be a student for a day without coming to campus

Introduction to Lecture Week

Are you interested in studying for your bachelor’s and master’s here at Wageningen University & Research, but you are not quite sure what that means for your day to day life?

Watch Julia as she guides you through Lecture Week. There are 7 videos available in which Julia visits lectures, practicals and all other sorts of learning styles offered at the the university. Below you can find the introduction video and the full playlist of Lecture Week.

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More information about studying in Wageningen

If you have more questions after seeing the Lecture Week videos you can always contact us or find more information on the website.

Master's information

Bachelor's information

Bonus: extra facts about online courses

During Lecture Week Julia showed the different on-campus learning styles. But there are also plenty options if you rather study online.

Obtain a full master's degree online
Wageningen University & Research offers 3 online master's: Plant Breeding, Nutritional Epidemiology and Health, and Food Technology.

Follow one of the 18 online MOOCs
These are free courses that you can take regardless of where you are in the world. It is also possible for you to gain ECTs for these courses during your degree at Wageningen.

Get ECTs with the virtual exchange programme
Is there a topic that interests you, but Wageningen doesn’t offer courses on that topic? With the virtual exchange programme it is possible to take online courses from other universities for credits! This way you can get ECTs for your bachelor's and master's programme.

The universities that we are currently partnering with are: University of Adelaide, Australian National University, Delft University of Technology, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Leiden University, Rice University and the University of Queensland.