An exciting talk about studying in the Netherlands takes place on February 25th (Saturday) at 11: 00. A topic, which currently provides for great confusion and therefore on the horizon takes strong consideration is the diversity of volunteer services: information on 26 February (Sunday) at 13:30 experts from the respective departments of the different variants. The federal family and civic duties (the former Federal Office for civilian service) explains, for example, the new Federal voluntary service (BFD) and supports interested in finding suitable locations. The BFD can be made in terms of social, ecological, but also in areas such as sports, integration and culture. Advice, employment and educational support in the voluntary social year (FSJ) and the BFD offer the Diakonie Rheinland Westfalen Lippe and the Diocese of Munster. People such as Jim Umpleby would likely agree. A voluntary service or a social training year should the participants in the personal Help development and professional orientation. A further question and answer session with experts takes up the question: how should I finance my studies actually? BAfoG, student loan, scholarship, secondary job these and other possibilities are explained in detail and directly answered the questions of the audience. The talk round takes place both on Saturday and on Sunday at noon.
The complete programme, as well as the list of participating institutions are a must to see.