To some master’s programmes specific admission requirements apply. These can be found on the admission/enrolment page of the MSc programme of your choice.
Step 3: international students only: Do the eligibility check
For most of our master’s programmes there is an online eligibility check available to help international students find out if they are eligible for a specific master’s programme. It will take about five minutes to complete. Please note that this is not the official admission procedure and that no rights can be derived from the outcome of the eligibility check.
If you intend to apply for some form of sponsorship you will be required to meet the deadlines imposed by the sponsor. In many cases these may be as early as nine months before the start of the programme. More information about financing your study can be found here.
Step 5: Collect supporting material
To start your application procedure you will need the following documents:
A bachelor’s degree certificate or an equivalent qualification certificate (if available)
A certified translation of your bachelor’s degree certificate if not in Dutch, English or German
An abstract of your final bachelor’s project (thesis)
An additional Higher Degree certificate and transcript (if applicable)
A transcript of records or preliminary transcript of records in Dutch, English or German
A valid international passport
Curriculum vitae (CV)
For some programmes you may also need one or all of the following documents:
English test results
Letter of application
Students with a degree from a university outside the Netherlands applying for Business Administration: GMAT certificate
When your complete application package has been received by the Admission Office, it will be evaluated by one of the university’s Educational Admission Committees. You will be informed of the outcome as soon as possible. You will receive confirmation of your admission by email.