Esade Undergraduate Programmes

On Saturday 28th of November the Esade Undergraduate Programmes invite students to join their Online Open Day. Now more than ever, it’s important to think about the future! That’s why we have organised a virtual session with all the information students could need.


This opportunity will provide students to learn first-hand about what Esade can offer you, find out which programme suits best, chat with current students and get answers to all questions!

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University of Warwick Update!

For any budding economists (business students, politicians, historians ++), the student led Warwick Economics Summit below may be of particular interest. This is the first time 16 to 18 year olds have been invited, and the student executive would love to see students online tomorrow and Monday.


Warwick Economics Summit 

February 2021 will see the 20th annual student-run Economics Summit, which regularly attracts a starry line-up of eminent speakers (Nobel Prize-winners, ex-Prime Ministers from Europe, MPs and editors in chief of leading economic publications among them). This is student-led, and also attracts international delegation of students from around Europe. For 2020/21, Economics Summit is opening its (virtual!) doors to students aged 16 to 18, and they would love you to join them online! There are two preliminary events that may be of interest to your budding Economists and Social Scientists:


  • Life After WES: Alumni Panel, Thursday 12 November 2020, 18:00–19:00GMT/ 19:00–20:00CET:
  • Further information: Hear from five previous WES-coordinators, who have now graduated from Warwick to become graduate analysts (Barclays), strategy consulting associate (EY Parthenon) and Master’s student (University of Oxford), among others. Economics Summit have a Facebook page with additional details: https://fb.me/e/b0OtZv9uW
  • To join: No registration required, Zoom link: zoom.us/j/98642866981
  • WES Presents Issues in Access to Higher Education: Problems and Solutions, Monday 16 November 2020, 18:00GMT / 19:00CET
  • Further information: Education is life-changing. But what inequalities are there accessing education, and why do they exist? What are the solutions to these historic problems in education, and how has the pandemic impacted this? To discuss this topic Warwick will be joined by representatives from the Bank of England, SEO London, Discover Economics, and Zero Gravity. Participants will be invited to join the discussion including our distinguished speakers from these organisations, and current members of Warwick Economics Summit. Economics Summit have a Facebook page with additional details: https://fb.me/e/1zAmhNP6e

To join: No registration required, Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/98945321549


Warwick Undergraduate Webinar

Lana Shaugney, Abby Gausden and Dr Stephen Soanes will be online this Saturday 14 November (10:00GMT/ 11:00CET) to offer an introduction to Warwick. The session will be especially relevant to students at an earlier stage who want an introduction to Warwick. Parents and counsellors are equally welcome, and a recording will be available afterwards: https://your.warwick.ac.uk/form/intwebinar


School Webinars: Southampton-Surrey-Warwick, and Just Warwick!

SSW are developing a talk on Support Services, including Careers. Details to follow soon! Warwick (solo) and Southampton-Surrey-Warwick (collectively) are available for school webinars. If students wish to talk or participate in a Q+A please let the Warwick University know. However, live events from the university will be shared by upload of recordings.


Academic Departments Live Chats and Webinars

For students who want to engage direct with their preferred departments, many are offer live chats. For live chats see: https://warwick.ac.uk/livechat

(including Life Sciences, Liberal Arts, Economics, Classics and Ancient History, Physics, History of Art and regular general sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). More details to follow soon on the webinars and taster sessions!


(But Warwick also have an update on A*A*A equivalent grades)

A*A*A Equivalent Grades

Entry requirements have been updated and should be visible online for IB (40); European Baccalaureate (88%); French Baccalaureate (17/20 overall); Abitur (1.2); Spanish Titulo de Bachiller (9.4), Polish Matura (two written extended subjects in the 90th percentile; and one further written extended subject in the 85th percentile); Hungarian Matura/Erretsegi with 5 overall from five subjects including 75% in each of two advanced or higher subjects. Other state exams have been amended, and please let me know if you need more. These are Warwick’s highest requirements for specific degrees (e.gs, Computer Science, Mathematics), and in other cases different grades are set.


Biomedical Engineering Innovation – High School Students

Students who excel in math and science have an extended invitation designed for students curious in science. Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering Innovation offers a challenging and fun online course that sparks an interest in engineering and STEM exploration.

This opportunity will help future students earn college credit with more advanced students currently studying. Applications are being accepted for the January 25, 2021 course, so there is still time to apply!


Johns Hopkins faculty created the Biomedical Engineering Innovation course to encourage creativity and instill confidence in students. In the course, students will model human efficiency and the cardiovascular system and design experiments to test these models and more. And students have the opportunity to earn college credit and strengthen their college applications!

Read more about the course Biomedical Engineering Innovation, scheduled for January 25–April 23, 2021

Email Johns Hopkins University with any questions.


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!

Joint European Campus Open Day

Webster Leiden Campus is happy to share another upcoming event with you.  Webster is joining with their Campuses in Geneva, Switzerland and Vienna, Austria to bring students a Virtual European Open House on November 12th.  This unique opportunity will allow you to become more familiar with 3 of Webster’s European campuses at the same time.  Admissions Officers will be available to answer questions and a current student from each location will share a brief presentation.  For more information, feel free to contact Erica Wagner the recruitment and admissions officer for the Webster community by email.


Erica Wagner, Recruitment and Admissions Officer

Webster Leiden Campus / Webster University – USA
Boommarkt 1 | 2311 EA Leiden | The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 (0)71 516 8000


Glion and Les Roches Update!

Free Masterclass Series

Les Roches would like to remind students of their ongoing and exciting series of Masterclasses to discover, in more depth, future career opportunities offered by the global experience economy. There are five different themes, from luxury, entrepreneurship and digital marketing to hospitality business management, event management and branding. Any or all could open new professional perspectives for students.


Next Masterclass Scheduled

students can join sessions of Les Roches’s Masterclass series and not only will students have a chance to win a trip to Switzerland or Spain, but they will also develop some new skills and learn about a future working environment.


Hospitality Business Management
6:00 pm GMT 

To see all masterclass opportunities:
Download and share the leaflet with interested students


Summer Programs 2021

Les Roches planning for the year ahead includes re-establishing their portfolio of Summer Programs, which were badly missed by both faculty and our young participants this year. Find out more about Summer programs for 2021 at Glion or Les Roches 

All programs are fortunately still being taught in a face-to-face environment. But for those that have not made it to campus yet or would need to quarantine they have developed a blended learning option. The Glion Connect & Les Roches Connect programs are a state-of-the-art approach to ‘virtual’ study. Les Roches mixes live online tutorials and demonstrations, videos, one-to-one coaching and mentoring, plus interactive games and challenges & even extra-curricular activities!


(If you want your own masterclass or have a topic you would like to propose please contact this email: vanessa.becker-schwering@sommet-education.com)

Vanessa Becker-Schwering
Regional Admission Manager, Germany, Austria and Netherlands


+49 (0)179 115 8728 
glion.edu | lesroches.edu


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 »


Information Session on the World Bachelor in Business

Please join Bocconi Bachelor Team for an event designed to answer all of your questions about the world’s first three-school, three-degree, four-year business program: the World Bachelor in Business.


November 10
7:30 AM CET, Germany

This one-hour Zoom webinar session includes a detailed overview shared by each school’s faculty academic director and features current-students, alumni and admissions representatives.
Please click the link below to reserve your spot, as spaces are limited.

Register Now



Bocconi University
Guidance and Recruitment Office
(+39) 025836.5930

HKUST Business School
Undergraduate Programs Office
(+852) 2358-6042

USC Marshall School of Business
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
(+1) 213-740-8885


An Invitation From The University of Reading

The University of Reading is delighted to invite MIS students to join a series of guidance webinars delivered by leading experts from across the University. They’ll be providing practical advice on the journey to university in the UK, and will give students plenty of opportunities to ask questions.


A full schedule and registration information can be found below:

Tuesday 3 November 10:00 – 11:00 How to prepare a strong application including your personal statement

14:00 – 15:00 New Student Route Visa and Immigration Updates


Wednesday 4 November 10:00 – 11:00 What is accommodation like at the University of Reading?

13:00 – 14:00 Cultural awareness and support available for international students at the University of Reading


Thursday 5 November 10:00 – 11:00 What is it like to study a Foundation course at the University of Reading?

12:00 – 13:00 Employability: part-time jobs & career prospects for international students

14:00 – 15:00 What is it like to take a placement year during an undergraduate degree at the University of Reading?


Friday 6 November 10:00 – 11:00 What’s life like outside of studying at the University of Reading?

Register for Webinars


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.