UAntwerp offers most of its master programmes in Dutch. You can find information about these graduate programmes in the online study guide. Make sure you check the language of instruction. Here we give you the relevant information for studying a Master programme taught in Dutch.
You need a relevant Bachelor’s degree (= at least 180 ECTS credits and issued by a university) to enrol in a Master programme. The online study guide shows which Flemish and Dutch degrees give access to the programme. If you have obtained your degree in another country you have to send an application file to receive permission to enrol.
You can show you meet the Dutch language requirements in one of the following ways:
either you completed and passed – in Dutch – at least one year (or 60 ECTS credits) at a secondary school, university college or university;
or you passed (within the last 2 years) one of the following language tests:
- the Interuniversity language test Dutch as a foreign language ITNA (level C1 for all language related programmes, level B2 for all other programmes): www.linguapolis.be/itna;
- the internationally recognised exam ‘Certificaat Nederlands als Vreemde Taal’ (‘Educatief Professioneel C1’ for all language related programmes, ‘Educatief Startbekwaam B2’ for all other programmes): www.cnavt.org;
the NT2-exam ‘Staatsexamen Nederlands als tweede taal – programme II’ for all programmes except language related programmes: www.staatsexamensnt2.nl
How to apply for a graduate programme (Master)
If you want to start in the academic year 2017-2018 you need to complete an online application.
The deadline for applications is 15 April, 2017.
The tuition fees for all programmes are available here. Remember there are one-year but also two-year master programmes! Please note tuition fees cover both enrolment and tuition and are subject to yearly revision.