Connecting minds, creating the future
We cordially invite all students (short course and MSc) of the Orange Knowledge Programme and the MENA Scholarship Programme studying in the Netherlands to attend the International Students' Day Celebration on Friday 22 November in Amsterdam.
As last year, we organise this event in close cooperation with our partner and funder, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It will be a special day full of inspiration, knowledge and experience sharing and meeting other changemakers like yourselves.
11.30 Arrival and registration
13:00 Opening speeches
13:30 Experience panel and Q&A
14.25 Keynote speaker – Lindy van Vliet, Head of Health @ KIT Royal Tropical Institute
14.45 Tea break (group photo and photo wall opportunity)
15.30 Thematic break-out sessions
16.30 Feedback from sessions
16.55 Holland Alumni network – the story continues
17:15 Networking reception
18.00 End of the day
Conditions for participation
The event is only for scholarship recipients of the Orange Knowledge Programme and MENA Scholarship programme who are enrolled in a Dutch master or short course and are in the Netherlands on 22 November.
Registration is free of charge. Nuffic will provide a full programme, lunch and drinks and snacks.
You are responsible for your own travel arrangements to and from Amsterdam. In some cases your institution will arrange group transport. More information on that will follow later.
Registration is mandatory before the end of the day on Friday 15 November.
In order to register, please login with your account on this website. If you do not yet have an account, then first register and complete your profile on the Holland Alumni network then proceed to select the appropriate ticket option above.
Make sure your profile is completed with at least the following information for verification purposes:
- First and last name
- Date of birth
- Dutch higher education institution
- Study start / end date
- Field of study
We look forward to meeting many of you in Amsterdam on Friday 22 November!
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