In the final phase of the admission procedure students need to provide a hard copy of the relevant degree certificate and a hard copy of the academic transcripts. These documents need to be accompanied by a translation in case the original documents are not drawn up in Dutch, French, German or English.
All these documents, including the translations, need to be properly legalised (see above ‘how to get a document legalised’). Documents that are certified in other ways than explained above will not be accepted. The degree certificate and the academic transcripts should be the same as the copies that were uploaded earlier electronically (in Mobility Online). In case your original degree certificate was legalised (instead of a copy of it), you will not be required to send us the original certificate. An ordinary copy will suffice along with the legalised copy of the transcripts. If admitted, you’ll be asked to present the original legalised diploma upon enrolment. Please note that ordinary copies of transcripts are never accepted during the authenticity screening.
Final year students, that have not graduated yet, should send an original letter from their home institution mentioning the programme they are studying, their status and the expected graduation date. The letter itself needs to be originally signed and stamped by the home institution. A legalisation is not required. These students will need to submit a legalised copy of the degree certificate later on, upon enrolment. Students that have applied in recent years and want to reapply, will not be asked to submit the same documents again. Application documents are kept during a certain period of time and can be re-used when reapplying.