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Master's Open Day

Are you looking for a master’s programme with a global perspective to kick-start your career? Maastricht University offers what you are looking for!

Studying at Maastricht University means choosing for high-quality, small-scale teaching which focuses on your personal and professional development. With our top rankings, problem-based learning and international classrooms, studying in Maastricht means starting one step ahead.

Would you like to get a notification as soon as the online registration is open? Pre-register here!
www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/notification-opening-online-registration-masters-open-day

Visit the next Master’s Open Day on Saturday 7 November 2017 and experience Maastricht University yourself!

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