HOI – The Introduction Week

July 24, 2018, 2:16 p.m.

The HOI Week at Saxion is all about welcoming you to your new student life. It’s a great chance to get to know your classmates, the city, your campus, and have some fun before the real deal begins.

Before I started my journey at Saxion I was naturally pretty nervous. New study, new people, new environment… All that be quite stressful!

Joining the introduction week helped me with getting over the beginners anxiety . All events were greatly organised, we played many games, visited places, had a BBQ event with a DJ and even joint some student parties.

HOI: Saxion Introduction

It was so much fun!

If you’re starting your studies in September, you can register for the HOI here: https://saxion.to/hoi18

Although the event is not mandatory, I’d highly recommend that you consider joining it 😊 🙌


Czech girl, currently tasting life in the Netherlands

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