A national agreement has been made with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to prevent students being delayed in the transition from Bachelor to Master for the next academic year because they have not been able to complete one or more courses. Universities of applied sciences and universities are given the opportunity to deviate from the inflow requirements that a Bachelor programme must be fully completed prior to participation in a Master programme.
The universities of applied sciences will conditionally admit Bachelor students to their Master programmes until 1 January 2021. If the student fails to complete the entry requirements before 1 January 2021, he/she must quit the study programme.
No later than 15 May 2020, universities will communicate the conditions for inflow to Master study programmes in the academic year 2020-2021. Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences will specifically discuss this with those universities to which many of our students are transferring, such as Erasmus University and Delft University of Technology. As soon as more information is available, it will be communicated.
Frequently asked questions per subject
- Education in times of corona
- On location: measures & provisions
- New academic year 2021-2022
- Tuition fee
- Study progress
- Transfer from Bachelor to Master
- Transfer from Associate degree to Bachelor
- Choosing a study & applying
- International students
- Health complaints
- Travelling to the Netherlands
- What about self-tests?