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Applicants from another Dutch research university


Please read all requirements carefully. In the online application you will be asked to upload proof of all mentioned requirements.

1. Academic Bachelor's degree

An admissions committee will assess an applicants' eligibility for admission based on the entry requirements stated below. In the online application, applicants need to upload a writing sample in English, their official course list and course descriptions of all the required courses.

  • Applicants from various academic research University backgrounds (eg. Completed academic BSc, BA or LLB degrees) may be eligible for admission to the programme, as long as they can indicate a history of having completed enough relevant courses
  • An academic working standard, including experience in academic writing. Course requirements: at least 5 EC in academic writing courses (e.g. a Bachelor’s thesis) at the third-year Bachelor level
  • Sound knowledge of research methodology, including sufficient analytical and statistical skills.  Course requirements: at least 12 EC in Research skills (qualitative and quantitative) at 3rd year Bachelor's level.
  • Experience with entrepreneurship; demonstrated with completed courses in Entrepreneurship (at least 6 credits on 3rd year bachelor level) and/or entrepreneurial experience as (co) founder or (co) owner (at least 6 months, in the past 3 year).

2. GPA

We will assess your application in its entirety, but we are looking for students with good results in their Bachelor’s degree. Please add your GPA calculation in your online application.

3. Motivation and initiative

Students are expected to have the intrinsic motivation to test and build upon knowledge gained in the programme. Coursework is designed in keeping with this expectation and demands personal initiative and an active contribution on the part of the student. Applicants are expected to upload a motivational video of max. 2 minutes in the online application. If this is technically not possible, a motivation letter is also allowed. Both options will be evaluated equally.