Do you want to get to know the stories behind the photos? Come join one of our free guided tours during your lunch break or after classes. A fellow student will guide you through the exhibition and will tell you all the fascinating stories behind these winning images.
The World Press Photo Exhibition tells the stories of our time through intriguing, moving and gripping photos. Last year, over 4 million people throughout the world visited the exhibition. This year, the exhibition is traveling the world again and will land on our campus for three weeks. A unique opportunity to visit the exhibition for free!
For an even more insightful and rich experience, you can also sign up for one of the free guided tours given by trained student guides. Sign up via the black order button on this page and select a time during your lunch break or after class. The tours gather at the reception in Atlas.
Note: The exhibition and tours are free. You can also visit the exhibition on your own, but if you want to join a tour, you need to sign up. While it is possible to collect USE points by participating in the tours, it is not possible to collect USE points by visiting the exhibition on your own.
The guided tours are organized in cooperation with Dekate Mousa, the student film and photography association of Eindhoven.
SG & USE registration
Please register your participation upon arrival when joining a tour. You can register by scanning your student card before the start of the tour in Atlas.
More information about SG & USE can be found here.