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Step 2: How to apply

Now you know which programme you want to apply for and which entry requirements are relevant for that programme. This means you can now start your application online.

How can you apply?

Your application will consist of three steps:

  1. Studielink - You will first register online in the national online registration system, called Studielink. All Dutch higher education institutes use this same programme. Application for the upcoming academic year is possible from October onwards.
  2. OAS - After Studielink, your request will then be forwarded to the Online Application System (OAS) of the university. This system allows you to upload digital copies of your application documents and offers you the opportunity to keep track of the progress of your application.
  3. Invidual assessment - Upon submitting your application the Admissions Office will verify and assess your admissions request. In case you are eligible for entry, you need to be registered as a student. This involves providing the University with your certified proof of graduation, a photograph for your student card and payment of your tuition fee before the start of the programme.

Tip: where to select a specialization in OAS
Some Master's programmes offer different specializations that are not listed in the application system Studielink. However, to complete the admission procedure, we need to know for which specialization you want to apply. In case programme specializations are offered, they will be listed in the Online Application System. Please pick the specialization of your choice in OAS Step 6: Proposed programme , in the box Specialization.

Do you have any questions about your application?

Last modified:13 January 2020 1.27 p.m.