Utrecht University

On 1 December, Utrecht will organise a live webinar on ‘How to apply for a Bachelor’s programme.’

Utrecht will go over all the steps of the admissions process together with someone from the Admissions Office, so it is a great opportunity for students to ask questions at once! Webinar will take place on 1 December at 16.00-17.00 (Dutch Time). 

At this event, Utrecht university will be available to answer any questions students might have about admission and application procedures.

Learn more about the webinar


Aberystwyth University Online Open Day

Aberystwyth University would like to invite students to join them at the Online Open Day on November 25th. Students will have the chance to…

  • Find out why Aberystwyth University consistently tops the UK rankings for Teaching Quality and Student Satisfaction
  • Chat live with lecturers about the degree subjects they are interested in
  • Find out about the International Accommodation Award (equivalent to £3,700 scholarship per year)
  • Experience facilities through their Virtual Tour
  • Speak to current students
  • Watch presentations on how to apply; accommodation; fees; scholarships and visas
  • Chat directly to the International Team
  • Find out about English Language Requirements, Pre-sessional English courses and our International Foundation Certificate


There are two Online Open Day sessions running on the 25th:
– 10:00-12:00 GMT
– 18:00-20:00 GMT


Students can register for one or both of these sessions now by clicking the link below. Watch Aberystwyth University YouTube video for more of an idea on what to expect.


Emigrating Marist Our Community

Marist College invite students to their upcoming Virtual International Day Information Session taking place Thursday, November 19. There are a number of time slots students may choose from corresponding diffrent regions of the world.


Register today to learn more about life at Marist from students who reside outside of the US. Did you know that less than half of Marist students are from New York, with 47 states and 64 countries are represented in our student body?
Here’s what they can expect during our upcoming Virtual International Day Information Session:


  • Get to know more about Martis by contacting Joe Giacalone, the Marist College admission counselor. Students from around the world who attend Marist through their live Q&A where students can learn more about experiences at Marist, or Joe Giacalone who can answer any questions you might have about submitting a Marist application, life as a Red Fox, and more!
  • Learn about 90 majors, minors, and concentrations and how students can utilize our Center for Career Services to explore career and internship resources, graduate school advisement, job search preparation, and much more.
  • Explore 70+ short-term, semester, and academic year abroad programs to help students enhance their global perspective and create memories to last a lifetime, all while working towards their degree.
  • Discover different opportunities for real-world experience including internships, student-faculty collaborative research, and access to advanced technology. Almost 85% of Marist students complete at least one internship, with many completing two or more!

Utrecht University – November & December

Applications to Utrecht University have opened!

The application period for the 2021-2022 academic year opened at the beginning of the month. Utrecht University are advising students to apply as early as possible! You can find the entry requirements, required documents, and application deadlines on the website of specific programmes students might be interested in. General information about applying for Utrecht University can be found here.

There are some scholarships available. However, keep in mind that the deadlines for many scholarships can be earlier than the programme’s deadlines. You can find more information about the scholarships and eligibility here.


The Online Bachelor’s Open Day

Looking for more opportunities to connect with our staff? Register to join our Online Bachelor’s Open day 20 & 21 November! This is an opportunity to get an inside look at the programmes that interest you. Utrecht also set aside sessions especially for students joining the Open Day internationally.

Friday Registration Online Bachelor’s Open Day »

Saturday Registration Online Bachelor’s Open Day »


Go Dutch! Virtually Orange: The Online Dutch University Festival

You can also find Utrecht at the Virtually Orange Online University Festival!

Register here »


Online Study in Holland Fairs

Additionally, the university will be at both of the Online Study in Holland Fairs!

Asia event sign up- 18 Nov »

Latin America event sign up – 12 Dec »


Tilburg University

Meet Tilburg online

October 31 The best way to get to know all the Tilburg programs and chat with staff and students. With a small cameo from me and my colleague Anca, in case you’re missing our faces! >> More info & signup

November 8 The biggest, free, Study in Holland event this Fall is: “Virtually Orange“. Meet with more than 25 Dutch institutions and chat with them directly about their program offer. Of course, Tilburg University is taking part as well! >> Sign up here

Various dates There are plenty of other ways to get to know us; we take part in many international fairs and webinars organized by third parties, and we also organize their own webinars.


Application and Admission

  • From now on Studielink is step 1 in the application process, and this leads students to Osiris, where they can upload their documents.
  • Not new but still important to know: our Psychology program has Numerus Fixus. This means the application deadline is January 15, and students have to complete an online test as part of the application procedure.
  • For all other programs, the application deadline is May 1, but Tilburg strongly encourage students to submit applications earlier than that, as applications will be processed faster when we receive them earlier in the year.


Tilburg University Covid response

  • On March 11, the uni switched almost overnight to fully online education
  • Tilburg are currently still offering all our programs online; a group of students who are unable to travel to the Netherlands are attending university from their home country
  • There are some on-campus activities especially for the first year students, in small groups and with safe distance
  • Also in the second semester Tilburg guarantee that all education will be offered online. If the situation permits, we will also continue offering small scale on-campus activities for the first year students.


Please also have a look at the special webpage with updates about everything Covid-related. There is also a special section for prospective students. If you have any questions about the programs, the application proceures.


Applying to School for Theater

A Crash Course in Applying to School for Theater
Wednesday Oct 21st, 4-5pm Pacific Time (7-8pm ET)


The webinar, will cover:

  • BA or BFA: Which is right for you?
  • Five different ways you can study theater in college
  • How to handle the demands of a BFA curriculum
  • What exactly is an artistic review?
  • What do they mean by “pre-screen”?
  • How to crush your audition (and avoid these 5 common mistakes)
  • An Arts Application Timeline
  • Studying theater in undergrad vs. grad school

Register for the Webinar


Online Bachelor’s Open Days and Virtually Orange!

Greetings from Leiden!

In spite of Covid-19’s best efforts, the new academic year is now upon us and Studielink opened on October 1st. There’s no need to panic, Leiden curated the most important information for students to know about studying one of the 14 English-taught programmes at Leiden University in 2021-2022.


Points to remember

Application deadlines range from December 1 to June 15 depending on citizenship, scholarship application, and programme.


Online Bachelor’s Open Days this month!

This year things are different, but Leiden has created an Online Open Day platform where students can build their own personalised itinerary to target their attention at sessions and information market booths that interest them most.

» Online Bachelor’s Open Days – October 30-31

Can’t attend the Open Days? Check out other online activities such as our virtual tours, chatting with a student or online taster modules (Online Experiences) here.


Admission Requirements

In the Netherlands, admission eligibility is based upon diploma equivalencies. Though Nuffic gives a basic recommendation, each institution can determine their requirements.

Need to know more about the diploma your school offers and if your students qualify for Leiden University’s programmes? Check the Diploma Equivalencies list here.

Leiden University College has their own Diploma Equivalencies page and you can find it here.

For the general guide to admissions and application at Leiden University, click here.


Major in Maths and Physics

École Polytechnique is offering a Bachelor of Science, with a double major in Maths & Physics!

We have opened a number of webinar sessions to get into the Bachelor program’s key aspects with you, such as this double-major. Whether you are a future student, future candidate, a student’s relative or school counselor, register now to this webinar dedicated to this double-major on October 14.

Take this opportunity to meet the team at École Polytechnique, hear their insights and ask your questions live to students.

Register Now


University of Reading – October 2020

Virtual Undergraduate Open Day:

Due to current government advice regarding the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Reading are sadly unable to run on-campus events. However, they are working hard to provide a range of online resources and virtual events in place.

The Virtual Undergraduate Open Day will take place on Saturday 10 October. Find out more about subjects of interest or attend a talk about halls, finance, study abroad, student life, or careers. This is a great opportunity for students interested in Reading on finding out first-hand what life is like being a Reading student and ask questions to our staff and current students.



Study in the UK Virtual Week:

The University of Reading is taking part in the Study in the UK Virtual Week from 12-16 October 2020, in collaboration with more than 20 UK universities.

Throughout the week, they’ll be running a series of free webinars, live chats and Q&As aimed at offering information, advice, and guidance to prospective students. These sessions will include top tips on applications, preparing for university life and academic subject talks.



British Council Gateway to the UK (EU) Event:

You may already be aware that the British Council will be offering a virtual event this autumn as it is not possible for the usual in country events to take place. Reading will be joining the Gateway to the UK event which starts on 19 October and will run until 13 November 2020.

Students will also have the opportunity to book an individual appointment with me during the 4 weeks of the event. They can do this from the website and there are lots of times available. It will be a good chance for them to find out more and ask any questions they may have.



Virtual 1-2-1 Meetings with International Students:

The international recruitment team is pleased to offer international students the opportunity to book a virtual 1-2-1 meeting with a regional specialist about our entry requirements, courses or living and studying in Reading in general. This will provide prospects with a personal counselling experience.



Minerva Schools at KGI

Minerva Schools at KGI

Minerva is a four-year, accredited university program created to prepare students to solve complex global challenges and thrive in today’s rapidly changing global context. They are a university seeking the brightest, curious and most motivated students in the world. They teach students to be open-minded global citizens by studying in 7 different cities worldwide; San Francisco, Hyderabad, Berlin, Taipei, Buenos Aires, London, and Seoul. With over 78% of students being international, this is an opportunity to grant students to experience to the world around them and the variety of different cultures.

You can find out more about Minerva here and here!

If there are any further questions Chris a UK undergraduate student of a Minerva School at KGI has offered to answer any questions you may have directly. https://calendly.com/aboorman/60min