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Universiteit Twente - building Vrijhof, room 239B
7522 NB Enschede (The Netherlands)
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University of Twente - Vrijhof building
Student Services Contact Centre, room 238B
7522 NB Enschede
Official UT channels:
The following Facebook channels might be interesting to join or have a look at:
- Facebook country pages in your own language for students with Brazilian, Bulgarian, Chinese, German, Greek, Indian, Indonesian, Mexican or Romanian nationality.
- Instagram page for students from Germany.
- Facebook International Students Community (group)
- Facebook UTwente Marketplace (group)
- Weibo community page for Chinese students (from within China),
- We chat account for Chinese students
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Could you not find the answer to your question on our website? Did you look at our FAQ? Here almost all questions will be answered:
GUIDED CHAT TOOL (ONLY FOR PROSPECTIVE MASTER'S STUDENTS)
You can also try our guided chat tool to answer your questions about master's programmes starting dates, tuition fees, scholarships, deadlines, visa & residence permit. Give it a try :)
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