Getting a close look at a lecture hall, listening to professors during their classes, and exploring the Landshut campus—all of this is possible during the Open Day at Landshut University in the autumn break. Students can gather their first impressions of university life and start thinking about their path after completing high school.
Throughout the day, young individuals have the chance to immerse themselves in university life by attending open classes and taking campus tours to learn more about the available programs of study. In addition to open lectures, the Central Student Advisory Service offers counseling appointments and provides general information about the university and dual study programs.
"The annual Open Day during the autumn break is well-utilized by prospective students," says organizer Sophie Heitzer from ZBK. "It's a unique opportunity for local students to get a taste of university life and gain insights into the courses offered." During the Open Day, there is also an opportunity to have direct conversations with current students and exchange experiences about life on campus.
Photos: Landshut University/Adobe Stock
(free to use with source attribution)