Meet Radboud University
Written on Friday, 29 October 2021 05:02

Meet Radboud University

In the next of our series of university-specific webinars, you have the opportunity (on 23rd November) to meet admissions staff and Irish students from one of the leading research universities in the Netherlands and find out about their undergraduate programmes, and life in Nijmegen. the oldest city in the Netherlands.

Importantly, several Irish students (studying in a variety of subject areas) will be available for a chat on the night: of course, they are the real experts! Learn about the benefits of studying in the Netherlands. Yes, you'll work hard, but you'll play hard too.

Radboud offers degree programmes, through English, at undergraduate level, in the following subject areas:

Arts:
Arts & Culture
English Language & Culture

Business & Economics
Economics & Business Economics
International Business Administration
International Business Communication

Computing/IT
Artificial Intelligence
Computer Science

Humanities
American Studies
Comparative European History

Science:
Biology
Chemistry
Maths
Molecular Life Sciences

Social Sciences
Law
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology

Register here: https://events.ru.nl/event/webinar-ireland-23112021/

 


 
Another chance to meet Dutch universities
Written on Tuesday, 26 October 2021 00:00

Further to recent sold-out 'OMG We're Going Dutch' events, a group of Dutch universities are taking part in another live on-line event on 28th October 2021. These events (which, up to now, have been physical off-line events) have proven important for students (and their families) who need information and reassurance to feed their decisions as to whether to take that step - (or not) of studying - through English - in the Netherlands, either at undergraduate or Masters level. This event might help you decide whether you want to join over 1200 Irish students, already studying in the Netherlands.


Groningen: the city with the most Irish students in the Netherlands

This is a great opportunity to meet and talk to Dutch Research Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences and. most importantly, to share experiences with Irish students currently studying in the Netherlands, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. You will be able to discuss a wide range of matters, including teaching and learning styles, programme content, entry requirements and financial concerns. You can also discover some important tips to underpin a successful application. Dutch universities offer a very high quality and, despite this ....... remember, they dont usually consder points (for undergraduate) or grades (for Master's) as an important entry criteria.

To book for these events, which are available at no charge, you must register here

EUNiCAS will of course be at all these events to deal with any questions that you may have, about studying in the Netherlands, or elsewhere.


 
Late Medicine and Dentistry Places!
Written on Monday, 20 September 2021 03:25

Pomeranian Medical University, the 7th ranked medical school in Poland, has announced a late "supplementary recruitment round" to its 6-year Medicine and 5-year Dentistry degree programmes.

Selection is based on your grades in two out of four subjects (from Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths) at Leaving Certificate. Other grades/points irrelevant! No entrance test required.

Application deadline 23.00 Tuesday 21 September.

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A few university places still available
Written on Monday, 06 September 2021 19:00

Updated 6th September
where entries crossed out below, places that were available on 6.09 are no longer available

Updated 11th September


Because of the late publication of the Leaving Cert results this year, there are many fewer places available in European universities where, in many countries, the academic year has already begun. 

EUNICAS will be able to advise you on securing a place on one of the following undergraduate programmes:

Biosciences
U. Camerino ITA

Business
U. Tor Vergata ITA
NHL Stenden UAS NETH (entry February)

Dentistry
EU Cyprus
MU Lodz POL 
MU Sofia BUL
MU Wroclaw POL
St Camillus U Rome ITA

Information Technology
NHL Stenden UAS NETH (entry February)

Hotel Management
NHL Stenden UAS NETH (entry February)

Liberal Arts & Sciences
(Majors from a wide range of disciplines)
UC Roosevelt at U. Utrecht NETH (entry February)
U. Maastricht NETH (entry February)
Erasmus U. Rotterdam NETH (entry February)
U. Amsterdam NETH (entry February)

Media Management
NHL Stenden UAS NETH (entry February)

Medicine
MU Lodz POL
MU Wroclaw (two places)
NCU Bydgoszcz POL
MU Pleven BUL (entry February)
MU Sofia BUL
Sofia U BUL

MU Varna  BUL

Nursing
St Camillus U ITA

Nutrition
U. Maastricht (entry February)

Pharmacy
U. Bologna ITA possible late vacancies round
U. Tor Vergata ITA possible late vacancies round

Physiotherapy
St Camillus U ITA (probably)

Politics
U. Milan ITA

Radiology
St Camillus U ITA (3 places)

Science
Maastricht U. NETH (entry February)

Veterinary Medicine
Lublin ULS POL
U. Forestry BUL
Wroclaw UELS POL


 
Still some veterinary medicine places in Europe
Written on Monday, 09 August 2021 19:07

There are still a few vacancies to study on English-taught veterinary medicine degree programmes, in Central Europe.

Though the most popular destination for Irish students (Warsaw University of Life Sciences ) is currently full, there are places available in:

- Wroclaw UELS See here. (application deadline 03 September, though could be extended)
- Lithuanian UHS See here. (application deadline 15 August)

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