Did you know that there are 26 different master's programmes at JU?
Now there is an opportunity for you as a bachelor's student to learn more about these programmes and how a master's degree can benefit you in your future career and professional life.
During 31 January and 1 February, the schools organize Master Days. There will be small fairs at the entrances and lunch seminars where you can meet with programme managers, teachers and master's students, to talk about their programmes. You will also find study counselors who will help you with questions about eligibility and staff from the International Office who can answer your questions about studying abroad, application and internship for international students.
Schedule January 31
“Speakers Corner” in the entrance hall and gallery from 10am-2pm
Lunch seminars are from 12:10-12:30 and from 12:40-13:00. No pre-registration is required, but wraps will be provided to early arrivers.
12:10 and 12:40 in Room E1423: Supply Chain Operations Management and Production Engineering and Management
12:10 and 12:40 in Room E1029: AI Engineering and Sustainable Building Information Management
12:10 and 12:40 in Sa E1405: Product Design and Materials and Manufacturing
12:10 and 12:40 in Room E1028: UX Design and Engineering Management (JIBS)
“Speakers Corner” in the entrance hall at 10-13. No lunch seminars. Note that HHJ has merged its Career/Labour Market Day with Master Day.
Schedule February 1
“Speakers Corner” in the entrance hall at 11-14. Program presentations in the entrance hall. No pre-registration is required, but wraps will be provided to early arrivers.
11:45 Global Management, International Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Strategic Entrepreneurship
12:05 International Marketing and Digital Business
12:20 International Financial Analysis
12:35 Applied Economics and Data Analysis
12:50 Societal Engagement
“Speakers Corner” in the entrance hall at 11-13.
Lunch seminar at 12-1pm. The participants who arrive first will be offered a lunch wrap. No pre-registration is required. Room Hb117: Global Studies: Sustainable Societies and Social Change, LeaDS - Learning, Digitalization, and Sustainability, Sustainable Communication.