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Niederrhein University advises prospective students online

The long evening of student advice is digital for the first time (©)

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Krefeld / Mönchengladbach. Many students do not yet know what or where they want to study. The Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences is offering all prospective students an online format with workshops, lectures and a virtual introduction to the departments on June 25 from 2 to 5 p.m.

At 2 p.m., the Central Student Advisory Service starts the digital offer with an overview of studying at the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences and provides information on requirements, choice of degree and application. The departments will present their degree programs from 3 p.m. In addition to the classic full-time course, you can also study dual, trial, part-time or part-time in Krefeld and Mönchengladbach. Prospective students have the opportunity to ask questions about their desired course of study and can speak and chat with contact persons in the departments.

The Central Student Advisory Service will answer all questions about students in the interactive workshop “Neuland Studium” from 4:00 pm: How does studying work? How can you imagine studying? The consultants answer individual questions in so-called breakout sessions. The Arbeiterkind.de initiative also provides tips on how to finance your studies.

“Whether schoolchildren, working people or older prospective students, we are happy to support everyone in their study orientation,” says study adviser Dilek Tekin. Registration in advance to [email protected]. About the program of the departments: https://www.hs-niederrhein.de/langer-abend

The “Long Evening of Student Advisory Service” takes place regularly in June at numerous technical colleges and universities in North Rhine-Westphalia. This year, the format will be offered digitally at the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences for the first time.

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