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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The entry requirements for part-time programmes are the same as those for full-time programmes. Anyone with a VWO diploma with the right profile or a HBO propaedeutic certificate will in principle be admitted. In addition, most programmes have so-called profile requirements. If you do not satisfy the entry requirements you may be asked to sit a special entrance examination, the colloquium doctum. The minimum age for the colloquium doctum is 21.

Entry requirements may be different for international applicants. When you have a diploma or degree completed in a country other than the Netherlands, please contact the Faculty that offers the programme.

Required and preferred subjects

Frisian Language and Culture
  • Non-native speakers of Frisian can take an intensive Frisian course before they start.
Greek and Latin Languages and Cultures
  • Required subjects: Greek and/or Latin
  • Preferred subjects: English and German
    N.B. Students with no Greek or Latin can take these modules during the propaedeutic phase; in effect they will be following an integrated preparatory course/propaedeutic phase.

History

  • Preferred subjects: English, German, French and history.
Law
  • Preferred subjects: English, German, French and, depending on the chosen specialization, history, economics and mathematics.

Philosophy

  • Preferred subjects: English, German, French, philosophy and mathematics (depending on the chosen specialization).
Theology
  • Preferred subject: English and German
    N.B. Students with no Greek can take these modules during the propaedeutic phase; in effect they will be following an integrated preparatory course/propaedeutic phase.
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