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The UAB opens its doors to future students
On 31 January and 1 and 2 February, the UAB organises its annual "Open Days", addressed to secondary school and vocational training students interested in discovering the bachelor's degrees offered at the UAB. Over 200 talks will be given by lecturers of each of the degrees.
Signing up is easy: simply fill out the online form for centres and individuals.
At the UAB's website you will find all the relevant information on our Open Days, classified by fields (Arts and Humanities, Biosciences, Sciences, Health Sciences, Law, Communication, Politics and Society, Business and Economics, Education and Engineering). Over 200 information sessions about all UAB bachelor's degrees will be given at the teaching centres in which future students will be studying.
On 31 January and 1 and 2 February there will be sessions at 10 a.m. and at 12 noon.On 2 February, sessions will be held at 3:30 p.m.
Signing up is easy: simply fill out the online form (in Catalan) both for centres (attending with a group of students) and for individuals (attending on your own or with friends). The person who fills out the form will receive a confirmation email which can be printed out, or saved on a mobile phone, and used as an accreditation card on the day they visit the UAB. All those interested in attending have until 16 January to sign up.
On each of the days, the UAB also organises an information session for secondary school teachers, for which you can also sign up using the online form.
During the Open Days, the UAB campus offers more than 200 talks on the university's bachelor's degrees. Last year, a total of over 22,000 students and some 600 teachers from 340 centres across Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencia and Andorra attended.
Many Ways of Visiting the UAB
The Open Days are organised with the aim of having students (with their centres or on their own) come to the teaching centres or university schools on campus and inform themselves on the details of the degrees they are interested in. Apart from Open Days, there are several other options available to those interested in getting to know the campus and its academic programmes. More information can be found at the website: Visit the UAB (in Catalan). Options include visiting the campus by having your centre sign up, coming with your family on Family Day, asking the UAB to visit your centre or participating in the activities organised by a number of centres and university schools. See all activities (in Catalan).
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