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Master's programmes at the UvA

Find out more about how to apply, what to prepare and what it is like to study at the UvA.

Coronavirus: consequences for transition to Master's programmes for Bachelor's students studying at a Dutch university 

Some students have encountered delays in the final phase of their Bachelor's or Pre-Master's as a result of measures in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. In certain exceptional cases, to prevent these students from getting stuck, the UvA is making it possible to begin a Master's before completing the previous programme. For more information, see the section on ‘Enrolment and admission’ at uva.nl/coronavirus.

The Master's programmes will inform prospective students no later than 15 May regarding the specific requirements for enrolment in a UvA Master's in the 2020-2021 academic year. This information and relevant deadlines will be posted on the study programme pages.

What will education be like from September?
Education will be allowed to take place again on campus in the new academic year, within government guidelines. We’ll do everything we can to make sure you can get the best out of your studies.
Pre-Master's programmes
Some Master’s programmes offer a bridging programme (pre-Master's programme) for students who do not fully meet the entry requirements for a Master's.
Why choose the UvA?
Study at a top-15 university in Europe, and discover the benefits of doing your Bachelor's degree in the heart of Amsterdam.
Practical matters
Want more information about practical matters such as student support, life in Amsterdam or studying with a chronic illness of disability?
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