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After registering in Studielink (the previous step), you can take the next step in the application process and submit a complete application in SIS ‘My Applications’. Our online system is used by the Admissions Office to verify your previous education and to check whether you are eligible to start the programme. The application for the September 2024 intake is open until 15 January 2024.

Are you eligible?

The Admissions Office can only decide your eligibility by reviewing a complete application. Your eligibility is based on the entry requirements of the programme. Only after reviewing a complete application the Admissions Office will communicate the decision via email. 

How to submit a complete application in SIS in 3 steps:

1. Log in to SIS with your UvAnetID (student number)

After registering in Studielink you receive your UvAnetID (student number), this may take up to 48 hours. With this UvAnetID you can login to SIS. In SIS you have to select 'My Applications' to fill out and submit the application form before the application deadline.

2. Upload all required documents to complete the form 

Only after receiving a complete application the admissions office can evaluate your application and determine your eligibility for the programme. 

You need to upload the following documents in ‘My Applications’ to complete your application form before the application deadline. 

1. Original Diploma  

Upload your diploma. If you have not obtained your diploma yet, you can also upload a statement provided by a representative of your school. Please note that your graduation date cannot be later than 31 August 2023.

2. Original Transcript 

Upload your transcript. If you have not received your final  transcript yet, please submit all grades obtained up until the moment of application. You can also upload a statement provided by a representative of your school. 

3. Official translation of your diploma  and/or transcript 

If your diploma and/or transcripts are not in English, Dutch, German (Abitur) or French (French Baccalauréat Diploma), we need an official translation (English or Dutch) as well as the original document. 

4. English proficiency test 

Upload a proficiency test in order to be complete. You can find our accepted English proficiency tests on the programme page at the entry requirements. It is also possible to upload only a test date, which needs to take place before the application deadline. Make sure to upload the test results within 2 weeks after the test date, as your application will be closed without results. 

Only after receiving your scores, the Admissions Office will start evaluating your application 

5. Curriculum Vitae (CV) 

For a format, example refer to Europass CV 

6. Extra documents 



Check the entry requirements page of your preferred programme to check whether extra documents are needed.  Here you can find which extra documents we expect you to upload in your application. You can also find info in the Diploma calculator

3. Pay the application fee and submit your complete application

All students applying for an English-taught Bachelor’s degree programme with an international diploma are required to pay a non-refundable €100 application fee.

Only after you have paid this fee can the UvA start to process your application. You can pay the application fee of €100 by credit card only. You will be asked to pay the fee after completing your application form. Submitting the form without paying the application fee is not possible.

You don't have to pay the application fee if: 

  • you have already applied for (and paid the application fee for) another Bachelor’s programme at the UvA for the academic year 2024-2025;
  • you are an exchange student;
  • you are applying through the Foundation for Refugee Students (UAF);
  • you have applied for a UvA Bachelor's in the 2023-2024 academic year, in which case the fee is waived for three consecutive academic years (e.g. 2024-2025, 2025-2026 and 2026-2027);

Technical issues 

If you have technical issues with the SIS ‘My Applications’, contact the Central Student Service Desk.