Welcome to the (virtual) Open Day!
Our team of lecturers and students is ready to help you with your study choice. Get in touch with one our current students, ask all your questions about the study programme and of course don't forget to check out the Open Day presentation to get the full idea of what the programme is about. You can also apply for the study programme webinar and speak in real-time to one of the lecturers of Logistics Engineering.
Whatever you choose: don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Experience what it's like to study at Fontys. Meet our students and lecturers at our Virtual open days (online) or 'Meet us on Campus' in the Netherlands.
We are very happy to welcome you on campus again! During this day we hope to give you a good taste of what it is like to study at Fontys Venlo.
You will attend classes or workshops, get to chance to meet up and ask question to currents students, we will do a campus tour, visit a student house and the city of Venlo. We will end the day with a nice dinner and a social activity.
Application deadline: 19th of November
We pay two nights of accommodation (Thursday-Saturday) if you meet the following conditions:
- You attended at least one online session of the Fontys Venlo study programme of your choice.
- Resulting the session you attended, you wrote down questions you’d like to ask during your visit.
- Motivation letter (max 1.500 characters including spaces) telling us why you’d like to join.
After we have received your registration, we will contact you via email so you can send us your motivation letter and the questions you would like to ask during your visit.
Take a look at our Open Day presentation
About Fontys Venlo (1/4)
What is Logistics? (2/4)
Logistics at Fontys (3/4)
Practical matters (4/4)
Have all your questions been answered and are you certain that you want to apply for Logistics Engineering? Take a look at our application page!
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