Without proof of proficiency in Dutch through one of the following examinations or experience in Dutch at another school, you cannot register for bachelor programmes. This language proficiency can be shown in two ways:
Examination results may not be older than two years.
- either you have completed and passed - in Dutch - one year of secondary education or a minimum of 54 credits in another university or university college;
- or you have passed one of the following tests:
- The interuniversity language test. Please contact Linguapolis for more information or visit their website.
- The internationally recognised examination 'Nederlands als vreemde taal - Profiel Academische Taalvaardigheid (PAT) or Profiel Taalvaardigheid Hoger Onderwijs (PTHO)', as it is issued by the 'Nederlandse Taalunie'.
- The Dutch examination 'Staatsexamen NT2-II' (The Netherlands).
Please note that these language requirements also apply to master and advanced master programmes which are taught in Dutch.
Furthermore, proof of proficiency in English may be required for master and advanced master programmes which are taught in English. Contact the faculty or organizer of the programme for these language requirements.