We’re delighted that you’re considering University College Roosevelt as your institution of choice! We would have loved to welcome you to Middelburg in person, but as circumstances don’t permit that, we’re so happy that we can at least virtually introduce you to our university, program, students, and faculty during our UCR Experience Week.

Join from anywhere in the world to discover how you can build your own academic program based on your passions and interests; meet and chat with current students and professors; explore our unique city campus in the heart of historic Middelburg, including student housing; and ask any questions you may have.

This is your opportunity to experience UCR for yourself! We look forward to virtually welcome you to Middelburg.

What you can expect

Over the course of four days, we’ll host a variety of online sessions that focus on different aspects of your future life at UCR. You can choose from a variety of online meetings, informative webinars, live chats, and Q&As. You can choose and join as many of these sessions as you’d like, depending on what you would still like to learn and explore. If you only want to join one – that’s also fine.┬áSome of the most important sessions repeat to make sure that you don’t have to miss out because of your time zone.

Examples

  • Join information sessions on Academics, Admissions, Housing and more.
  • Talk to our current students during a Student Q&A which will be repeated twice.
  • Join one of our teachers for a sample class, for example Robotics, Law, Psychology, Ecology, Literature, and more.
  • Have your parents join a Dutch or English parent Q&A session to have their questions answered.
  • Meet the faculty from all academic department in Q&A sessions.
  • Get more insights in special parts of the program, such as Music Performance and Going Glocal.
The gains in education are never really lost. Books may be burned and cities sacked, but truth, like the yearning for freedom, lives in the hearts of humble men.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945)