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UvA Study Abroad Fair

took place on Saturday, 5 October 2019 and was a great success!

Were you unable to attend but are you still interested in going abroad? You are very welcome to attend one of the Global Student Experience Sessions which will be held in the coming weeks.

Global Student Experience

Valuable experiences shared

In 2019, over a 1,000 students attended the Study abroad Fair to orientate on study possibilities abroad. During the Students-meet-Students fair, students could meet other students who already went on exchange or who are studying here as an exchange student now.

A lot of valuable experiences were shared with very interested, orientating students. Apart from this, students could also attend various sessions to gain more insight in their possibilities to go abroad.

The associations AIESEC and ISN were present as well to provide information about internships and volunteer projects abroad, and to tell students about ISN’s buddy programme.

Are you interested in studying abroad but were you unable to attend the Study Abroad Fair?

Watch the video for a short impression

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A visitor to the Study Abroad Fair 2019 has filmed the reception hall plus the road to a faculty session about studying abroad.

Read more about the Study Abroad Fair 2019

Interested?

In April 2020, you will find more information about the Study Abroad Fair 2020, as well as the new date in the autumn of 2020. We hope to see you this current year, or the year after, as an expert at the Students-meet-Students if you have studied abroad yourself!

Want to know it all? Go to studyabroad.uva.nl

UvA Study Abroad Fair 2019 during a session about studying abroad.

Erasmus UvA on Facebook and Instagram

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Overview of the hall during the Study Abroad Fair on Saturday, 5 October 2019.

Global UvA on Facebook and Instagram

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Man walking alone through a black-white-gray landscape with mountains and clouds.
Photo: Bouke Bentvelsen – University of Calgary