Various offline resources, such as printed resources, presentations, and education fair materials, are used for the bachelor and master target groups. The educational programmes are represented in the general bachelor's brochure and in the general master's brochure. You can find materials for education fairs and the presentations used during recruitment events on this website.
Brochures and flyers
Bachelor, Master, TGS en ATLAS brochure
Prospective Dutch and international students
BACHELOR PRINT media
MASTER/TGS PRINT media
General PRINT media
Country flyers (Bachelor & Master)
Education fair materials
If you will be going to an education fair, then you can ask the marketing department for informational and promotional materials.
-Bachelor: pupils in their 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th years of pre-university education (NL & INT)
-Master: UT Bachelor's students and international/national Bachelor's university students, Twente Graduate School & Professionals (NL & INT)
To familiarize students with the educational programmes offered by the University of Twente, provide them with information and make them enthusiastic about them.
If you will be going to an education fair, then you will need to make some arrangements in advance. All of the information you need is contained in the presentation below.
The marketing department has the following materials available
- Various fair stands and banners (NL/DE/INT and MSc/BSc)\
- Banners printed in the UT house style
- General master's brochures
- Flyers for specific countries
- Bachelor's brochures in English
- Bachelor's brochures in Dutch
- Branded gadgets
- Exchange brochure
- TGS brochure
How to request materials
You can request these materials from the education fairs contact Myrna Hofman.
Mail for promotion of the University of Twente
Students, deans, secondary schools, HBO institutions
Orientation, informing about and enthuse for studies and the University of Twente
A few times per academic year
An example of a mailing:
Presentations for school visits
The latest versions of the presentations can be found here. Presentations are in a .zip file, including a video. When problems occur during the presentation, it is possible to start the video outside of the presentation. Make sure QuickTime is installed on the computer that is used for the presentation.
Not all presentations are of sufficient quality, but at least for now every study has a working presentation.
Improvements for the presentations can be passed on to firstname.lastname@example.org.