What would you like to study? Faculty and students at the JKU’s Open House answered these questions and more!
Interest in the JKU’s Open House was tremendous and the university welcomed around 1,000 visitors to the Kepler Hall for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Choosing the right degree program can be difficult and over 300 people took advantage of the opportunity to take a free study assessment test. The guided tours were also popular as 70 prospective students took part in three mechatronics tours alone, and 250 participants took a general campus tour to get to know the JKU better.
Faculty members and students enrolled at the JKU were on-hand to answer visitors’ questions about undergraduate, graduate, and Diploma degree programs. The program also featured a variety of events, ranging from demonstrations by robot dog SPOT to free nitrogen ice cream, a social media lounge and basketball performances by the JKU Astros. If you missed our Open House, click here to learn more and catch up online to see what it was all about!