The search for your children’s future university is not always easy, neither for you or for them, especially when you don’t know which course to take, which university or which country! Open days are there to help you decide which university and course of study is best for your children. If some universities don’t have open days available, check out the websites of the universities you are interested in to get more information.
Below is a summary of various websites providing information on universities with open days in the coming months.
Several websites also offer an overview of the different universities in Europe (e.g. study.eu), so do not hesitate to contact your guidance counsellor.
Note: some universities operate on the basis of an application deadline, so please pay attention to this.
For an aperçu on studying in Austria, just watch this video. For more information on Austria’s 70 public and private universities as well as universities of applied sciences, consult studyinaustria.at. All you need to know about the admission process can be found at www.studienbeginn.at
If you have a university in mind and it is not listed above, please visit their website!
The SIEP (Service d’Information sur les Etudes et les Professions) is also organising fairs over the next few months to provide guidance and answer questions about studies, training and professions.
For more information on universities and field of studies in Finland, please visit the Studie Info website (Opintopolku) : opintopolku. Most universities in Finland also offer programs in English.
The ONiSEP (Office national d’Information sur les Enseignements et les Professions) website has published an interactive map of the different academies and universities with their open days dates and times. You can find the article dedicated to open days via choisir mes études.com
For more information on universities and studies available in Ireland, please visit QUALIFAX, a database for students and the public that provides information on universities and higher education: qualifax.ie. Information is also available on the CAO (Central Applications Office)
For more information on studies, training and universities in Italy, please visit the MUR website (Ministo dell’Università e della Ricerca) mur.gov.it.
For more information on universities and field of studies in Lithuania, please visit the available websites : AIKOS aikos.smm.lt, LAMA BPO lamabpo.lt, Study in LT studyin.lt and OK KARJERA okkarjera.com. All of these websites have an English version.
For more information on universities in the Netherlands, click here.
For more information on studying in Sweden, please visit the ANTAGNING website: antagning.se.
Do not hesitate to visit the UCAS website (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) ucas.com which offers information on courses, universities, events and more. You can also visit the Government website GOV.UK for information on European Baccalaureate: guide for higher education institutions – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) as well as consult the document available European Baccalaureate: guidance for higher education (publishing.service.gov.uk
As announced in the national media, an agricultural demonstration will take place on Monday 26th February 2024, which could cause major disruption to the capital’s road network.
The disruption is expected to start at 07:00 and could affect the APEEE school transport service. Due to this situation, we anticipate the risk of delays and/or cancellations to the usual routes. The transport service will keep the concerned parents informed in real time.
We understand that this may cause inconvenience and would like to thank you in advance for your understanding and patience during this exceptional circumstance. We will do our best to minimise disruption.
Updated on 19/01/2024 – 11:50