About enrolment at UT

There are different types of enrolment:

  • Types of enrolment

    Rights

    Full time student

    Part time student

    Extraneus

    Attend classes

    Yes

    Yes

    No

    Do exams

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Use library/ e-mail

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Study guidance

    Yes

    Yes

    No

    Government grants (studiefinanciering)

    Yes

    No

    No

    Entitled to vote and eligible for elections

    Yes

    Yes

    No

  • Intake moments

    We have specific intake moments for enrolment:

    1. Bachelor's programme: Enrolment is open only for 1 September.
    2. (Pre-)master's programme: You can enrol for 1 September or 1 February.

    It's crucial for you as a student to complete your (re)enrolment and tuition fee payment on time. If your (re)enrolment is not done before 31 January 2024, we won't be able to enrol you for the 1 February 2024 intake. The next enrolment dates will be 1 September 2024 for bachelor's and 1 September 2024 or 1 February 2025 for master's.

    We want to make sure you have a smooth enrolment process, so please keep these dates in mind and complete your enrolment on time to join us for the upcoming academic year.

    If you want to enrol for a (pre-)master's on 1 February please first contact your study adviser and ask if this programme has a manageable study programme on 1 February. Click here for the list of names from the study advisers.

    Exceptions

    • Only with the permission of the head of the Student Administration Services (SAS), you can be enrolled at other moments during the year because of force majeure and special circumstances.
    • If you graduate from your UT bachelor’s programme or UT pre-master's during the academic year 2023-2024 and you would like to be enrolled in the UT master's, you will be enrolled in the master's from the first of the month following the month of graduation.
    • If you are enrolled at UT on 1 September and you would like to change your study programme you will be enrolled from the first of the month following the month in which your enrolment request has been done, provided you are admissible and the study programme agrees with your enrolment. This is not possible for the numerus fixus bachelor's programmes Technische Geneeskunde, Psychology and Technical Computer Science.
    • If you are enrolled at UT on 1 September and you would like to study a second programme you will be enrolled from the first of the month following the month in which the enrolment request has been done, provided you are admissible and the study programme agrees with your enrolment. This is not possible for the numerus fixus bachelor's programmes Technische Geneeskunde, Psychology and Technical Computer Science.

    Bachelor-before-Master rule

    You can only start a master’s programme after you have passed the complete bachelor’s programme. If you have not completed your bachelor's yet, you are not allowed to follow any master's courses.

Your enrolment lasts for one academic year, and at the end of the year, you will need to re-enrol to continue your studies. There are two types of re-enrolment:

Choose your registration

There are different types of enrolment, so please make sure you choose the right route below:

Cancellation of enrolment (pre-)master february intake

If you need to cancel your enrolment for any reason, you can do so no later than 31 January 2024 free of charge in Studielink. After that date, there may be costs involved. From 1 February 2024, it is not possible to de-enrol without costs. Check the website for more information on the application bachelor's programme and application (pre-)master’s programme.

Online educational systems

We use OSIRIS, a Student Information System, which connects with national databases for smooth registration, application, enrolment, and visa procedures. Studielink is a well-known system in the Netherlands that allows you to manage your enrolment, re-enrolment, or de-enrolment for bachelor's, pre-master's, or master's programmes. Mobility Online is for incoming exchange students. Make sure that you do not use your UT mail address (which you will get upon enrolment) for the Studielink and Mobility Online, as they could lead to technical issues.