Media Technology Information Events
These are upcoming Media Technology information events. They are intended to inform potential students of what the program is about and how it works.
|Mon, Oct 30 2017, 18:30-20:00||Information evening|
|Fri, Nov 10 2017||Master's open day|
|Tues, Nov 21 2017||"Student for a day" (meeloopdag)|
|Mon, Feb 19 2018, 18:30-20:00||Information evening|
|Fri, March 16 2018||Master's open day|
|Tues, March 20 2018||"Student for a day" (meeloopdag)|
|Mon, May 14 2018, 18:30-20:00||Information evening|
On information evenings about the Media Technology MSc program, lecturers, researchers and students talk about the program and answer questions that you may have. Everyone is invited to attend, so bring your parents. Please sign up for the information evening, with an e-mail to the program coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information evenings are held in room 0.11 of the Gravensteen building (Pieterskerkhof 6, 2311SR in downtown Leiden). The Gravensteen building is located 15 minutes walking from the Leiden CS railway station. Parking in downtown Leiden may be difficult.
Master's Information Day
These are organized centrally by Leiden University. Students can get much information about all the Master's programmes on offer, including Media Technology MSc.
Media Technology is part of the Faculty of Science (Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen), so go to their event in the Gorlaeus Lab (Einsteinweg 55, 2333CC Leiden). More information and details can be found on the dedicated Master's Open Day webpage.
Student for a Day (meeloopdag)
‘Student for a day’ events offer prospective students the opportunity to join lectures, meet current students and ask questions to a student who guides you that day. In the Media Technology calendar, you can see what classes are taught on that day.
To sign up as "student for a day", write an e-mail to the program coordinator (email@example.com). Make sure you mention the date of the event you wish to attend, plus your name, phone number, and prior bachelor degree.