Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Open Day at AUAS

Saturday 7 November 2020

The next online open day at the AUAS is on Saturday 7 November 2020. During the open day you can find out about your programme of interest and experience the atmosphere at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Join us: compare programmes, attend presentations and take part in a mini lecture or trial class. Students, lecturers and study choice coaches are ready to answer your questions.


Start your search for the right degree programme by visiting the online open day. Watch the programme presentations, and ask students, teachers and study choice coaches your pressing questions. You can even get a taste of the atmosphere with the videos made by students.

The following programmes will participate:

Find out how to prepare for the online open day. Please note that sessions for the participating English-taught programmes will be organised in MS Teams (not in Bongo/Brightspace as stated in the video). There is no separate technical support handbook available for MS Teams.

Open days during the academic year 2020-2021

When putting together the programme for the open days in the 2020 - 2021 academic year, we will take the situation surrounding the coronavirus into account. At the moment we expect much of the open day programme to take place online.

  • Saturday 7 November 2020

  • Saturday 12 December 2020

  • Saturday 13 February 2021

  • Tuesday evening 30 March 2021

Get a sense of the atmosphere

Since you can’t physically come to the AUAS right now, we're trying to bring the AUAS closer to you. View videos previously shot at the AUAS to get a sense of what it’s like on campus.

If you've found a programme that suits you

View our programme pages for information on the enrolment deadlines for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Nika and Vincent share their study choice stories. 

Published by  Communication 19 October 2020

Vincent's study choice tips

Vincent talks about his decision to study International Business Fast-Track (AMSIB) and the steps he took to arrive at this choice.