=Babylon organises an orientation week for all future students of Communication and Information Studies that allows them to get to know their fellow students and the city of Nijmegen before actually starting their academic careers. This week is all about fun and discovering new things. Eight days in a row, participants will be entertained through a varied programme. They will get to know the university, fellow students, night life, and much more! There is a separate orientation week for pre-master (transition year) students. Questions? Send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Student for a day
The Information Committee organizes student-for-a-day-days for prospective students all year around. During SFAD-days, we show you what the curriculum of an CIS student looks like.
Someone who currently studies Communication and Information Sciences will accompany you all day long and will show you around campus. This student knows everything about the bachelor program and can answer all of your questions. As student for a day, you will attend lectures and seminars. The lecture that you will attend will pertain to your foreign language of choice. You will also receive a tour around Radboud University’s campus. Being a student for a day offers you the opportunity to experience what studying Communication and Information Sciences at Radboud University is like and gives you a sense of what to expect from the bachelor program.
If you want to be student for a day, send an e-mail to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In this e-mail, mention the following:
- E-mail address
- Phone number
- Which study
- Foreign language of choice (English, German, Spanish or French)