Still programmes accepting applications in the Netherlands
Written on Tuesday, 27 July 2021 21:42

 

Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences still open for applications (but only for a few days!


Most (but not all) of the Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences are still accepting applications. Among the programmes still open (shown with their application deadline) are:

Business
Business Innovation InHolland UAS (01 August)
Human Resource Management Saxion UAS (15 August)
International Business Avans UAS (01 August)
International Business Hague UAS (01 August)
International Business Hanze UAS (15 August)
International Business Rotterdam Business School (31 July)
International Marketing Fontys UAS (15 August)

Communication & Media
Creative Business Utrecht UAS (01 August)
International Communication Hanze UAS (15 August)
Media & Entertainment Management NHL Stenden UAS (15 August)
Music Management InHolland UAS (01 August)

Engineering
Aeronautical Engineering InHolland UAS (01 August)
Automotive Engineering HAN UAS (15 August)
Electrical Engineering Fontys UAS (15 August)
Industrial Design Engineering Hague UAS (01 August)
Mechanical Engineering Hanze UAS (15 April)
Mechatronics (Fontys UAS (15 August)

IT
Creative Media & Game Technology Saxion UAS (15 August)
Digital Business Concepts Fontys UAS (01 August)
Information Technology NHL Stenden UAS (15 August)
Software Engineering & Informatics Fontys UAS (15 August)
Software Engineering Saxion UAS (15 August)

Hotel Management/Tourism
International Hospitality Management NHL Stenden UAS (15 August)
Tourism Management NHL Stenden UAS (15 August)

Law/Social Sciences
International Law Hague UAS (01 August)
International Social Work HAN UAS (15 August)

Politics/International Relations
European Studies Hague UAS (01 August)
International Development VHL UAS (01 August)

Science
Animal Husbandry VHL UAS (01 August)
Chemistry HAN UAS (15 August)
Environmental Science Avans UAS (01 August)
Life Sciences HAN UAS (15 August)

Sport
Sports Studies Hague UAS (01 August)

Teaching
International Primary School Teaching NHL Stenden UAS (15 August)
International Secondary School Teaching NHL Stenden UAS (15 August)

Note: it is possible that some of programmes marked with  01 August deadline might accept a later application.


 
Study Pharmacy in Italy
Written on Friday, 09 July 2021 18:36

 

Study Pharmacy in Italy


The MSc Pharmacy programmes (Undergraduate Entry) in both U. Bologna and U. Tor Vergata are still taking applications, through Round 1 (closes shortly) and Round 2 (closes September) application routes. U. Bologna is the oldest university in the world. The Tor Vergata programme has links with the one offered at
U. Nottingham.

As with most programmes in Europe, your Leaving Certificate points are completely irrelevant, though you will need to do an entrance test. The test is largely in Biology and Chemistry with a handful of questions in each of Mathematics, Physics and Logical Thinking.

Fees are low: set with reference to your family income and, in Bologna, you can pay between zero and 3060 pa.

The academic year in Italy starts in md-October, giving you plenty of time to see how CAO works out, though increasing numbers of Irish students are seeing Italy as their preferred destination for studying Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmacy.

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Irresistible: U. Bologna


 
IMAT Registrations Open on 30th June
Written on Friday, 25 June 2021 00:00

Registrations for Entrance Test for Italian Med Schools (IMAT) Open on 30th June

The Ministry of Education in Rome has now announced that IMAT registrations will open on 30th June at 14.00 (15.00 Italian time) on the www.universitaly.it website. They will close on 22nd July. This test is for entry to medicine programmes (and a Dentistry programme) , taught through English, commencing this October

The entrance test (9th September) is run in the universities themselves, as well as in cities around the world, including London, but not Dublin.

Note that the number of available places has increased by over 20% this year, to 611 places, including an extra 33 places at U. Pavia!!!

All students who have set up a EUNICAS account and submitted a Pre Application Form, selecting one or more of these programmes, has received updated Application Guidelines in their mailbox.

Increasing numbers of Irish students are now studying medicine, through English, at thirteen public Italian universities. Tuition fees are low, between EUR 0 and 4000 pa, fixed with reference to family income. Feedback from students, on the quality of the programes and life in Italy, is very positive.

Most importantly, your Leaving Cert points are completely irrelevant. Different world, eh???

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Meet Tilburg University
Written on Monday, 26 April 2021 18:20

 

Meet Tilburg University

 

Tilburg University is one of the most popular Dutch universities with Irish students, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. This is great opportunity to meet the university and Irish students already studying there. (Monday, 26th April at 17.00 Irish time)

- maybe you already have an offer and want to learn more about the programme, living in Tilburg (inc accommodation) or to meet fellow Irish students who are going
to study in Tilburg this year

- maybe you haven’t decided to go there yet and need help in making your decision

- are thinking of applying, but haven’t done so yet

Have your questions answered.

Register here https://tilburguniversity.zoom.us/s/96135346077

 


 
Masters: Surge in Irish Applicants to Dutch Master's Degrees
Written on Thursday, 01 April 2021 17:38

Surge in Numbers of Irish Students Applying to join Master's Degrees in the Netherlands

In these interesting times, new graduates are meeting challenges in securing employment on graduation. Many are looking to do Master’s programmes, as they wait for the situation to improve. Unfortunately, many can’t afford the tuition fees in Ireland. There is a solution:

There are now nearly 500 Irish students studying on English-taught Master's degree programmes in Dutch research universities. This number is expected to increase significantly this year.

Why?

- excellent universities, offering English-taught programmes
- admission requirements  that, in many cases, are not based on grades
- low fees (including generous student finance) Through a government covid-measure,  fees for 2021/22 are reduced to Eur 1084 pa!!
- enhanced opportunities to enter globalised employment markets

Find out more about these opportunities in our forthcoming event OMG Im Doing a Dutch Masters, where you can meet some of the leading universities and, most importantly, some ofthe Irish students who are studying there already.

Register here


 
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