Open Days at EuroCollege
Studying at EuroCollege is different. Discover for yourself during an open day or open evening. Ask all your questions here, get to know EuroCollege better and find out if our school suits you. We are open, honest and happy to help you with your study choice. Attending an open day at EuroCollege is therefore always worthwhile.
- Study in Rotterdam
- Sample the EuroCollege atmosphere
- Ask anything under the sun
Program open day
Sign up for an open day and view (together with your parents) our campus is located in the heart of Rotterdam.
Ask and inform
You get more information about our courses and the EuroCollege formula. See with your own eyes how our students take classes in small groups and where they meet up together. Our students play the leading role during the open day. They share with you their experiences. Ask our students anything you want and discover the cool projects they work on. We are fully prepared to welcome you and pleased to answer all your questions.
Sign up for the open day
On which day can we meet you at our campus in Rotterdam? Sign up now and discover if EuroCollege suits you
Open day or open evening?
Are you coming to the EuroCollege open day? The following information helps you in your preparation and ensures that you get the most out of this day.
You are welcome during an OPEN DAY from 11:30 am and the first information round starts at 11.45 am.
On an OPEN EVENING the doors are open at 7:15 PM. You can register yourself between 19: 15-19: 40. The first information round starts at 7:45 PM. Experience has shown us that the first round is the most heavily attended information round. You are also welcome to come in at a later time and attend the information session of your choice at 12:30 or 20:30. Below you will find a representation of the subjects per round.
What can you do on the open day / evening?
During the open day / evening you can go for:
- personal conversation with students, teachers or staff members
- tour of the site
- financial advisory meeting
- checking out study books
- questions about exemptions and admission
- signing up for a course