If you want to apply for the master Food Systems Innovation: click here. The following procedure applies to the other bachelors and masters:
Application is open as of 1 October. Application deadline: 1 May 2021.
Step 1:Admission requirements
Check if you are admissible. Do you have the required diploma and do you meet the other requirements for the study programme of your choice? Be sure to check the information about your preferred programme, so you know what to expect. You can find the admission requirements on the programme page under ‘Admission requirements’.
Step 2: Register on Studielink
You can apply through Studielink. Studielink is an online application tool in the Netherlands that allows your enrolment details to be automatically forwarded to Aeres university.
Step 3: Submit application documents
A few days after you submit your application in Studielink, you will receive an email request to submit the following application documents:
- CV/Resume (contact details, prior learning and relevant working experience)
- Motivation letter
- Copy passport/ID card
- Most relevant diploma and a list of marks/transcript
- English language test result (only in case English is not the first language in your country). We only accept TOEFL, IBT, academic IELTS, OLS (B2) or Cambridge test results. You are exempted from this requirement if English is the official first language from your home country or if you have one of the degree’s mentioned in this list.
Step 4: Application committee
After all the required documents are received, the application committee will decide if you are admissible. You will receive the result within 2 weeks after uploading the documents. If the application committee is positive about your application you will receive the following request: Participate in an intake interview with one of our academic staff members. This person will write a report that will be added to your application file.
After the above has been completed the application committee will make the final decision on your admission. If positive, you will receive an email with your admission letter, detailed financial information and housing information.
Step 5: For NON-European applicants: Study residence permit (visa) application.
After you have received admission the International Office will inform you on the steps that need to be taken in order for the university to apply for your residence permit.