What is the admissions process?
The admissions process consists of:
- a full set of application documents,
- a written assessment test,
- an interview with the admissions committee,
- an assessment of previous qualifications and
- evidence of relevant professional experience.
The form of the application will also be taken into consideration.
The written assessment test
You will be invited to the written assessment test if you meet the admission requirements and your application documents are complete and were submitted on time.
The assessment test examines specific content required for admission to the programme. This content can be acquired by self-study based on learning materials made available by the degree programme.
The test will show whether you are suited to the course and will be held on a fixed date.
The personal interview
All candidates are invited to a personal interview, which will take place either on the day of the assessment test or in the days after the test. The applicant has the opportunity to demonstrate his/her specialist knowledge and his/her motivation, suitability and aptitude for the course and for the profession.
The interview will be conducted by the admissions committee of the degree programme. It will last around 20 minutes.
It’s in your hands to convince with your CV, your interest in the course content and your personality.
Assessment of previous qualifications
Professional experience and relevant continuing education are taken into account as additional criteria for admission.
After the admissions procedure, we evaluate your results and compare them with those of all the other applicants. Here you can find out when and how you will be informed about whether you have been admitted.