Tips for choosing the right bachelor’s programme while you’re at home #staysafe
We understand that the Corona virus has impact on your search for the bachelor’s programme abroad. Perhaps you have already noticed WUR offers online alternatives to explore the study programme of your interest and discover our campus from the comfort of your own home.
Tip 1: Download the brochure
Download the brochure of the programme(s) of your interest and read them carefully and learn more about the programme. Which programme or programmes appeal to you?
Tip 2: Visit our online open day platform
Did you miss our online open day? You can still visit our platform and discover what student life looks like in Wageningen. On our platform you can have a look at the presentation of the programme(s) of your interest, let a student guide you around and visit our campus virtually!
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Tip 3: Join a webinar
Throughout the year we organise various online webinars for students who would like to follow a programme at Wageningen University & Research. All the webinars are free of charge and accessible from all the world on mobile devices and computers.
Tip 4: Be a (virtual) student for a day
Get the inside story from a second-year student in the bachelor’s of your interest. In order to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, it is not possible to visit Wageningen University and to participate in the student for a day programmes during the next few weeks. However, when you sign up a student will contact you to find a suitable online alternative.
Tip 5: Chat with our students
Do you have a question about student life in Wageningen or being a student at our university? Maybe you want to talk to a student of a specific course? Then contact one of our 'student buddies'. Just select a student of your home country, a specific programme or a BSc/MSc student. They are happy to answer your questions and share their experiences.
And last but not least: apply
And last but not least, if you have the intention to start in september 2021: Apply. Keep in mind that for NL/EU/EFTA students, the application deadline is 1 July.
Unfortunately, our application deadline for the next academic year for non-EU students has already passed.