Academic calendar

Open day

A few times per year, Windesheim organizes ‘Open Days’ and ‘Student for a day’ for all BA study programmes. Interested in Global Project and Change Management? Come and visit us!

Register FOR THE OPEN day on 7 April 2017

To let you see what studying Global Project and Change Management is really like, we hold a number of Open Days. On an Open Day you can attend our 'Market', where you can take a peek at everything that's happening and chat informally with our staff and students over a coffee. There will also be a presentation that you can attend, plus information stands run by students and lecturers, with themes varying from student projects in Africa to our curriculum. Pictures and examples of students' work, including reports, papers and videos, can be found on the stands as well.

Open day 7 April 2017

Details of the workshops and information sessions you can attend will be available one month before the Open Day. That's also when registration starts and you can sign up. After signing up, you'll be sent an admission ticket by e-mail. Print it and bring it with you to Windesheim. That way, you won't have to queue to get in: you can go straight to the information session you signed up for.

Students outside

Student for a day

If you want to know exactly what it's like to study Global Project and Change Management, you should join us as a student for a day. You'll be able to go to various classes, with a current student as your buddy for the day to show you around.

SIGN UP AS A STUDENT FOR A DAY

Important information

  • No more than three 'students for a day' can go to any one class. We don't have enough space to let parents and guardians attend as well, unfortunately.
  • We work on a first-come, first-served basis unless you request a specific date. Once you've put your name down to attend, we'll fill up the spots and contact you with more information.
  • If you have any questions about applying for the programme or about the programme itself, we are happy to schedule an appointment with you after your class. Your parents or guardians are welcome to come with you!