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UvA Virtual Study Abroad Fair

Find the foreign destination that matches you and your academic goals the best

Would you like to study abroad? Join the UvA Study Abroad Fair and find the foreign destination that matches you and your academic goals the best. Each year, the UvA organises a large-scale information event about studying abroad. The UvA Virtual Study Abroad Fair is open to all UvA students; Bachelor’s, pre-Master’s and Master’s students in any year of study are welcome to join. This year the event will be held online on Saturday 30 October 2021.

Discover all aspects

You can join virtual information sessions about faculty and/or global exchange opportunities, the option to do your internship abroad and meet with ESN and AIESEC.

Location

The Study Abroad Fair will be held online this year on Saturday 30 October 2021. More information about the programme and how you can sign up for this event will be published shortly on this website.

Register

Leave your details when you want to get informed at the moment that registration opens.

 

Past editions - The 2020 event

The previous Virtual Study Abroad Fair took place from 3 to 9 October 2020 and was a great success! In several online sessions students were able to get inspired and to orientate on study possibilities abroad.

Valuable experiences of previous exchange students

There are many ways to spend a part of your studies abroad. During the interactive kick-off session broadcast live from the Hybrid Learning Theatre, a panel of students shared what a study abroad has brought them.

What are the options?

Students attended faculty sessions about the options to study abroad via the various exchange programmes as part of their study programme. The Global Exchange Programme and the Erasmus programme were, of course, discussed in detail.

There also was a session about other opportunities to gain an international learning experience: the Off-the-beaten-track options. Think of international internships, summer schools, global challenges, and other (virtual or blended) exchange programmes. The student associations AIESEC and ESN were also present to provide information about internships and volunteer work abroad, and to tell students about the buddy program of ESN.