How to apply

Application procedure

UT BSC students interested in following a UT MSc programme

Have you read the admission requirements? If you have questions concerning your (re-)enrolment Student Services provides you with detailed information (FAQ) about the correct enrolment procedure for specific conditions (e.g. second BSc/MSc programme or following two programmes at the same time).

Transfer opportunities after finishing your BSc programme

First, find out if you can transfer directly or indirectly to the master’s programme of your choice with your University of Twente bachelor’s degree.

Procedure 1) You are Directly admissible

 Step 1: before you can enrol in a UT master's programme you need to follow the "unchanged" re-enrolment procedure in Studielink. So you re-enrol for your current bachelor's programme! Follow the Studielink step-by-step plans for re-enrolment and also arrange the payment of your tuition fees in Studielink.

Step 2: report your choice for MSc programme to your Office for Educational Affairs (Bureau Onderwijszaken, BOZ). You can do so by sending an email to the departmental administration of your currect BSc study programme.

Your email should include:

  • that you will be completing your bachelor’s programme
  • in which master’s programme you would like to enrol.

BOZ will inform the Central Student Administration (CSA) about your decision. Upon completion of your initial programme, you can enrol in the master’s programme of your choice.The sooner you re-enrol for your current bachelor's programme, the sooner CSA will be able to change your registration from BSc to MSc. CSA can’t make any changes until you have re-enrolled for your current BSc programme!

Procedure 2) You are Indirectly admissible

Step 1: before you can enrol in a UT master's programme you need to follow the "unchanged" re-enrolment procedure in Studielink. So you re-enrol for your current bachelor's programme even if you want to continue with a non-direct MSc programme (e.g. from BSc Psychology to MSc Business Administration)! Follow the Studielink step-by-step plan for re-enrolment and also arrange the payment of your tuition fees in Studielink.

Step 2: report to the Office for Educational Affairs (Bureau Onderwijszaken, BOZ) of the master’s programme of your choice. You can do so by sending an email to the departmental administration of the master’s programme you intend to enrol in.

Your email should include:

  • your request to be admitted to the master’s programme of your choice
  • a list from your examination overview stating your academic achievements within your initial bachelor's programme.

The Admission Board of the master’s programme in question will evaluate your request for admission. In most cases, the board will confirm that you have been admitted to the so-called pre-master’s programme. As soon as you have completed your bachelor’s programme and the subsequent pre-master’s programme, you can enrol in the master’s degree programme.

BOZ will inform CSA about your decision.The sooner you re-enrol for your current bachelor's programme, the sooner CSA will be able to change your registration from BSc to Msc. CSA can’t make any changes until you have re-enrolled for your current BSc programme!

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