Admission to a master’s programme is specific and based on academic, programme-specific and language requirements.
The minimum requirement for admission to any master’s programme is a relevant BA or BSc degree (or equivalent) with good results from a recognised research university. If you do not meet the requirements, in some cases a pre-masters programme may be offered. Please note that pre-masters are not available for all programmes and not all pre-masters are taught in English. Check this on the programme's webpage.
As almost all master’s programmes are taught in English, you will be asked to submit proof of your English proficiency. Please note that test result may not be more than two years old. Requirements vary per programme. See the website for more information.
Accepted tests* are:
International English Language Testing System (IELTS): Academic module
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL internet-based)
Cambridge English Exam (C2 Proficiency (CPE) or C1 Advanced (CAE)) depending on the admission requirements of the study programme
The entry requirements for each master’s programme vary, particularly with regard to your qualifications. They may include specific academic or professional experience and motivation, or specific course requirements. You can find the details on the website of your chosen programme.