Danish Vacant Places Announced
on Saturday, 30 July 2016 16:08
Vacant Places in Denmark
Danish universities are currently identifying those undergraduate programmes, taught through English, where there might still be some vacant places.
Please note that, in some of these programmes, the number of available places is limited, so you should apply as soon as possible. Contact
to find out what you need to do to apply to any of these programmes
The following vacant places have been announced:
Economics and Business Administration
Global Management and Manufacturing
Language & International Studies
Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
IT, Communication and New Media
Manufacturing and Operations Engineering
University of Southern Denmark
Market and Management Anthropology
Product Development and Innovation
Engineering (Innovation and Business)
Economics and Business Administration
International Business Administration & Languages
Economics and Information Technology
Above: Aalborg University
VIA University College
Architecture Technology and Construction Management
Engineering in Materials Science & Product Design
Global Business Engineering
International Sale and Marketing Management
University College Northern Denmark
Architectural Technology and Construction Management
Export and Technology Management
IT Network and Electronics Technology
Natural and Cultural Heritage Management
Programmes in Denmark are attracting increasing interest from UK and Irish students. Not only do they provide an excellent preparation for global employment markets, but there are no Tuition Fees in Denmark.
Meet Dutch Universities in Ireland
on Friday, 29 July 2016 18:59
Meet Dutch Universities in Ireland
You can meet Dutch Universities in a series of 'OMG We're Going Dutch' events around the country, in Cork, Galway and Dublin. See details below.
It is a great opportunity to meet and talk to up to 15 Dutch Research Universities (remember all Dutch research universities are higher ranked than Trinity and UCD) and Universities of Applied Sciences. You will be able to discuss a wide range of matters, including programme content, entry requirements and financial concerns. Most importantly, many of the universities will be bringing with them Irish students who are already studying in the Netherlands. It is expected that each event will be launched by the Dutch Ambassador.
To book for these events, which are available at no charge, go here:
Also, there is an event for Guidance Counsellors in the Mid-West
Open Day at University of Maastricht
Note that the application deadline this year for some of the most popular programmes in Dutch universities is 14th January 2017.
Already confirmed for the events are U. Groningen, U. Maastricht, Radboud U., U. Twente, Erasmus U. Rotterdam, Tilburg U, Saxion UAS, HAN UAS, HZ UAS, Stenden UAS, NHTV Breda, In Holland UAS, Windesheim UAS, Rotterdam Business School and Willem de Kooning Academy of Art.
EUNICAS will be at all events and can advise on applications to programmes in the Netherlands as well as elsewhere in Europe, including popular Medicine and Veterinary Science programmes.
IMAT Registrations Open Today
on Friday, 15 July 2016 16:41
Entrance Test for Italian Med Schools (IMAT) Opens Today
The Ministry of Education in Rome has now announced that IMAT will open at 14.00 today (15.00 Italian time) on the www.universitaly.it website. They will close on 4th August. This test is for entry to med programmes,taught through English, commencing this autumn (2016).
The entrance test is run in the universities themselves, as well as in cities around the world, including London. In the past, most UK and Irish students have found this test to be relatively straightforward.
Above: Universita di Pavia
Increasing numbers of UK and Irish students are now studying medicine, through English, at seven public Italian universities. Tuition fees are low, between EUR 400 and 3800 pa, fixed with reference to family income.
Generally, the academic year, in Italy, starts in late October.
for more information
Some Programmes Still Open in the Netherlands
on Friday, 20 May 2016 13:14
Though a lot of the popular programmes in Research Universities, in the Netherlands, have closed, there are many programmes still accepting applications for entry in 2016, particularly in the Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS). The UAS offer a range of very practical (less academic) and employment-focused programmes. Generally, the entry requirement for all of the programmes below is 6 passes at LC [2 Hons C] in Ireland or 3 A-levels plus 3 GCSEs in the UK.
The following programmes are still accepting applications:
Advanced Technology: U. Twente
Artificial Intelligence: Radboud U
Arts & Culture: Maastricht U
Arts & Culture: Radboud U
Biomedical Sciences: Maastricht U
Chemistry: Radboud U
Computer Science: U. Twente
Electrical Engineering: U. Twente
European Law Maastricht U
European Studies: Maastricht U
Industrial Design: U. Twente
International Bus Communication: Radboud U.
Knowledge Engineering: Maastricht U
Liberal Arts & Sciences: U. Tilburg
Liberal Arts & Sciences: U. Utrecht [U.C. Roosevelt]
Liberal Arts & Sciences: Erasmus U.
Molecular Life Sciences: Radboud U
On-Line Culture & Media: U. Tilburg
Psychology: U. Twente
Enschede: base of both U. Twente and Saxion UAS
Universities of Applied Sciences
[this is a small selection of the programmes still available]
Auto Engineering: HAN
Civil Engineering: HZ
Comms & Multi-Media: Hague
Electronic Engineering: Fontys
European Studies: Hague
Fine Art: Royal Academy
Fine Art: Hanze
Game Design: Hanze
Game Design: Saxion
Hotel Management: Stenden
Hotel Management: Saxion
ICT & Software: Fontys
Intl Business Mngment: Rotterdam
Intl Business Mngment: Fontys
Intl & European Law: Hague
Intl Communication: Hanze
Intl Financial Mngment: Avans
Intl Project Mngement: Windesheim
Mathematical Engineering: InHolland
Music Management: InHolland
Media & Entertainment: Stenden
Tourism: NHTV Breda
Fees are Eur1984, and all EU students are entitled a tuition fee loan from the Dutch government [Living expenses loans and grants are also available].
Some of these programmes close on June 1st, others much later. Check with us.
12 Dutch Universities in Cork
on Thursday, 03 March 2016 18:15
There are now twelve Dutch universities and universities of applied sciences eagerly anticipating meting Irish students and their families, in Fota Island, Cork, on 10th March, from 18.30. http://dutchunisincork.eventbrite.ie This a fabulous chance for you to discuss with these universities the opportunities that they offer. Importantly, you will also be able to talk with Irish students who are already studying in the Netherlands.
Paul Shellekens, the Dutch Ambassador, is launching the event, and Ingrid van der Vorst, HR Director of Heineken will be giving a short presentation on the value of internationalising your CV. Register here: http://dutchunisincork.eventbrite.ie
The city of Groningen
Participating universities include:
- University of Groningen
- Maastricht University
- University of Twente
- Radboud University
- NHTV Breda
- Rotterdam Business School
- Stenden UAS
- Hanze UAS Groningen
- Saxion UAS
- InHolland UAS
- HAN UAS.
In addition, EUNiCAS will be available to give information and advice.
Subject areas offered by these institutions include International Law, Psychology, Arts & Culture, Physiotherapy, Business, Game Design, Medicine, Biomedicine, Fine Art, Music, International Relations/European Studies, Languages, Natural Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, Hotel Management, and many more
Places are filling fast so you need to register here: http://dutchunisincork.eventbrite.ie