Open evening at Hogeschool Utrecht

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Is it time for a new step in your career? Are you looking for a part-time programme, course, master’s program, module or course that prepares you for a good start in a new career? Then why not come along to their open evening. You will be able to meet teachers and you can ask all your questions.

Come to the open evening on November 13.

During the open evening you will see which part-time programme suits you best, so that you can combine your work, private life and education with the course. You can discuss your personal situation with teachers from the programmes that appeal to you. You will then know exactly which training offers the perfect opportunity for your career.

There are also tailor-made programmes available, completely tailored to your learning objectives.

If you would you rather take a full-time course, then come to their open evening.


On the open evening there are several programme blocks that you can attend to see what is on offer. The participating courses:

  • Communication, Media & IT
  • Economy & Management
  • Business
  • HRM
  • Legal
  • Marketing
  • Safety
  • Healthcare & Well-being
  • Movement studies
  • Paramedical
  • Social Legal
  • Social Work
  • Nursing
  • Nature & Technology
  • Built Environment
  • Engineering
  • IT
  • Life Sciences & Chemistry
  • Education & Education
  • Primary education
  • Educational needs
  • Language and Deaf Studies
  • Teacher training
  • Pedagogy

Hogeschool’s enthusiastic teachers and training advisors are ready to discuss your personal needs with you.

There will be various training presentations during the evening.

You will be able to get answers to all your questions about costs, admission requirements and registration.

If your interests are not included in the list of participating programmes then contact the Hogeschool direct.




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Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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