A university Open Day should be about more than just collecting information. What you want is an experience. To explore uncharted territories. Make mind-blowing discoveries. And have tremendous fun in the process. So be sure to experience the Open Days at the University of Twente. 

Bachelor's Open Days

Fancy a future-defining Bachelor’s programme? Visit our Bachelor's Open Days on Friday 17 or Saturday 18 November.

Master's Open Day

Looking for the right Master’s programme? Visit our Master's Open Day on Thursday 16 November.

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Get a taste of your own future

Are you searching for that perfect Bachelor’s or Master’s programme that will take you to new heights? The Open Days at the University of Twente (UT), in the Netherlands, will help you find your path upward.


Welcome to one of the world's leading research universities 

The University of Twente is a leading international research university in the Netherlands. Our many English-taught programmes and our unique profile and campus attract many non-Dutch students. We provide high-quality teaching and research with an approach we call ‘High Tech Human Touch’, uniquely combining social sciences and engineering. Our university is ideally situated in Europe, roughly centred between Paris, London and Berlin. Amsterdam is just two hours away by train.

Multi-talented? Check out University College Twente

Especially for multi-talented students we offer University College Twente (ATLAS), a unique Liberal Arts & Sciences Bachelor’s programme that integrates technology and social sciences.

Enschede, a vibrant student city

With 26.000 students and a wide range of clubs and bars, Enschede is a very popular student city with a decidedly international ambiance. Dotted with lush green parks, the city is rich in culture and takes pride in being the ultimate shoppers’ paradise in this part of the Netherlands.

Location and itinerary

The University of Twente is beautifully located in the city of Enschede in the east of the Netherlands, near the German border. See also our interactive campus map.


We realize, of course, that dropping by for a day is easier said than done if you live in another country, especially outside Europe. To help you connect with us, we’ve lined up a few alternatives:

Questions? Contact us today

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch by emailing, WhatsApping, calling or chatting with the students at our Study Information Centre.