Institution: University of Groningen
City (Metropolitan Area): Groningen
Applicant Eligible Countries: Worldwide
Type of Opportunity: Degree
Study Levels: Undergraduate
Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
Price: €2,060 - €4,085 per year for EU, and €8,300 - €12,000 per year for non-EU residents
The University of Groningen invites passionate undergraduate students to apply to its prestigious bachelor’s degree programs. The university cites several particular standards to applicants seeking admission.
In order to be eligible for undergraduate study, applicants must have already acquired education equivalent to pre-university education in the Netherlands. Applicants must be proficient in English. This may be demonstrated through secondary education in the USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, or Canada. It can also be demonstrated through three GCE A2-level certificates or bachelor programs completed in the previously listed countries. Finally, it can be exempted with completion of an International or European Baccalaureate diploma with English as the medium of instruction.
Some bachelor programs may require additional specific requirements. This is to ensure that all applicants have sufficient background knowledge and experience in those subjects. GPA is also taken into account for some programs. Programs such as Medicine and Dentistry have their own specific selection and placement procedures in place as well.
To apply, each applicant must upload a copy of his original diploma, with an appropriate official translation, if necessary. Students who have not yet graduated from a secondary or postsecondary institution should include a statement from the school confirming that they are currently enrolled, and the expected date of graduation. Transcripts must also be supplied. Proof of English proficiency, if needed, can be demonstrated via the IELTS, TOEFL, or ESOL examinations. These must have been completed within the last two years.
A CV should also be supplied, listing relevant work experience and related skills. Letters of motivation can be individually supplied, and references can be submitted from several referees who know the applicant well. Additionally, some programs may require course outlines, literature lists, writing samples, or GRE/GMAT scores (for graduate programs only). Questions about the application process can be directed to the admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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