The 1st step of our application process for students with international prior education is checking the entry requirements of this Master’s. In your online application you will be asked to upload proof of all mentioned requirements.
The Admissions Office will evaluate your eligibility based on 5 criteria.
As an applicant, you can have various academic backgrounds to be eligible for admission to this programme, as long as you have completed enough relevant courses.
Educational systems differ around the world. International degrees are evaluated based on the guidelines provided by the NUFFIC. Are you unsure whether your academic background is considered an equivalent considered equivalent to a Dutch Bachelor's degree?
In your application, you have to verify your English proficiency. You can do this by providing 1 of the following English proficiency test scores:
Test scores must also conform to the following guidelines:
Be sure to plan your test on time; test dates fill quickly and it can take several weeks for you to receive your results. Applications without a sufficient score or with a test date after the application deadline, will not be accepted.
You may be exempted from an English proficiency test if you have obtained your Bachelor's degree in one of the following countries: The Netherlands, Australia, Canada (except for Quebec), Ireland, Malta, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States of America.
In your application, you are expected to upload a video of max. 2 minutes, to explain why you would be a good fit for the Master’s programme and which experiences have led you to this decision. If this is technically not possible, a motivation letter ( max. one A4) is also allowed. Both options will be evaluated equally.
In your application, we ask for a sample of your academic writing (English or Dutch, max 1,500 words, including references).