Are you searching for a Master’s programme that will take you further in your field? At the University of Twente (UT), in the Netherlands, we are eager to help you. Our Master’s Open Days are a great way of exploring your options. Get ready for a life changing experience!
Master's Open Day, 17 November 2016
Our many English-taught Master’s programmes and our unique profile and campus attract many non-Dutch students to the University of Twente. Find out if Twente is the place for you by visiting our Master’s Open Day on Thursday 17 November 2016. Sign up now or check out the programme on this page first.
5 Reasons why you should visit our university
- We offer an extensive range of highly acclaimed, English-taught Master’s programmes
- We stand out from other universities because of our unique ‘High Tech Human Touch’ approach, which integrates social sciences and engineering
- As the Netherlands’ most entrepreneurial university, we will gladly help you launch your own startup (we’ve helped launch 900 already)
- Our vibrant, green campus is the only American-style campus in the Netherlands
- Our high international ranking places us among the world’s top universities
Come and explore one of the world's leading research universities
The University of Twente is a leading international research university in the Netherlands. We provide high-quality teaching and research with an approach we call ‘High Tech Human Touch’, uniquely combining technology and social sciences. Our beautiful campus is ideally located in the city of Enschede, near the German border in the east of the Netherlands. Roughly centred between Paris, London and Berlin, Enschede is just two hours from Amsterdam by train.
The University of Twente offers the following − mostly English-taught − Master's programmes:
Some of the activities to be enjoyed during your Master's Open Day
|12:00 - 18:00|
Guided campus tours (duration 1.5 hours, departing from the Master’s Info Festival; registration advised)
|13:10 - 13:40|
Presentation of the University of Twente
|14:00 - 15:00|
First set of Master’s programme sessions (registration required)
|15:00 - 18:00|
Master’s Info Festival
|15:15 - 16:15|
Second set of Master’s programme sessions (registration required)
|16:30 - 17:15|
Q&A session for international students
|16:30 - 17:15|
Q&A session for hbo students
What is the Master's info festival?
All of our Master’s programmes will be represented at the Master’s Info Festival. So do drop in if you need more information about a specific course. You will also find answers here to questions about accommodation, visa or application procedures. Our Dean of Students will be on hand to answer questions about career counselling, decision processes and financial issues, consequences and/or regulations. If you are a student of a university of applied science (‘hbo’ in Dutch), do visit our hbo stand to get your questions answered.
Twente Graduate Programme (TGS)
An interesting stand is the one showcasing the Twente Graduate School (TGS). TGS offers a wide variety of integrated Master’s and PhD programmes. These programmes are open to excellent Master’s students intending to develop a career in scientific research.
Enlightening Q&A sessions
International and hbo students often have lots of tricky questions concerning transfer requirements and possibilities. If such is the case for you, be sure not to miss the special Q&A sessions that conclude the Open Day programme.
Downloadable soon: our Campus App
Have you signed up for an Open Day? Then just before the event you’ll be able to download our unique Campus App via this website. With this app you’ll have everything handy, including a QR code you can use as your entry ticket (instead of the printable e-ticket that we’ll be emailing you), your personal day schedule and clever campus navigation. Navigation won’t be a problem anyway, as during the Open Days many students will be on hand to guide you where you want to go on campus.
Can't make it to an Open Day? Try these alternatives
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:
- Come to the next Open Days in March 2017
- Sign up for our Student for a Day programme
- Visit us at education fairs around the world
- Chat with students at our Study Information Centre
If you plan to visit us, expect a warm welcome. To avoid having to travel here and back in a single day, we encourage you to spend a night at one of several on- or off-campus hotels.
Location and itinerary
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.