On Saturday 11 February, the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome will open its doors for an online open day. Come and join us to find out everything about studying and doing research in Rome! In several panels, lecturers and students of the KNIR will talk to each other and share personal experiences, practical matters and useful tips. For example, how do you prepare your motivation letter if you want to participate in a course? Or: where do you actually stay when you come to do your research at the KNIR?
During the sessions it will be possible to ask your questions in the chat, at the end we will answer them during a Q&A session. Follow @KNIRAmbassadeurs on Instagram and Facebook to ask your questions beforehand.
12:00 Welcome by Daphne Dake, KNIR Ambassador.
12:05 Panel on KNIR courses
All you need to know about following a KNIR course with Maria Bonaria Urban (director of studies in History), Susanna de Beer (director of studies in Ancient Studies) and students.
12:18 Panel on the Minor
What is it like following the minor with Matthijs Jonker (director of studies in Art History) and students.
12:30 Panel on Research
What are the possibilities for performing research in the institute with Tesse Stek (scientific director), Janet Mente (director of KNIR library) and students.
12:45 Q&A with the staff
Ask your questions in the chat and the scientific staff of the KNIR, together with the KNIR ambassadors, will answer them.