You decided that you want to apply for a bachelor's at the University of Twente in the Netherlands? Great!
You have to use the website Studielink to arrange your enrolment or re-enrolment at an institution of higher education in the Netherlands.
You may be admitted to a bachelor's on the condition that the final exams in the relevant subjects have been passed. Therefore, please know that you can apply even though you have not yet completed your degree. Check the admission requirements for a specific programme on the website of the bachelors of your choice.
Below are the steps to take if you have an international degree or a Dutch HBO-Propedeutic degree. You have to go through each step for every bachelor’s you want to apply for. If you wish to apply for two programmes, you must complete the steps twice. More information for Dutch students holding a Dutch VWO-diploma is available on our Dutch website.
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For some bachelor's programmes, the University of Twente has set a limited number of available places. This is called numerus fixus. The bachelor's listed below are subject to a numerus fixus. Read more on the websites of these programmes to find out how the selection of students is organised.
Why numerus fixus?
For certain programmes in higher education, more applications are received than there are places available. This is due to the limited number of study places, or because there is a threat of a surplus in a certain sector of the labour market. Students are admitted to these programmes via a special selection procedure.
Recognised refugees with a higher level of education are welcome to study at the University of Twente! Read more about the opportunities for refugees.