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Admission requirements

To be eligible to apply to AMFI your qualifications must be equivalent to those to which Dutch students have to comply. Following your enrolment request, the programme will invite you to the selection.


Nuffic assesses the value of foreign diplomas and whether or not they meet the requirements for admission. You should have completed secondary education at university entrance level and have a passing grade for Mathematics on your final diploma.

For example:

  • GCSE O-Levels in 4 subjects marks ranging from A*-C, + GCE in 2 subjects in AS-Levels (6 different subjects in total incl. Mathematics)
  • GCSE O-Levels in 3 subjects marks ranging from A*-C, + GCE in 3 subjects in A-Levels (6 different subjects in total)
  • BTEC Extended National Diploma (i.e. Fashion & Clothing, Textiles or Business Administration) (UK)
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (International schools, UK and US)
  • Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (Germany and Austria)
  • Baccalauréat (France)

Visit the Nuffic page on diploma recognition and visit the Country Module widget for more information about how foreign diplomas are evaluated.

You can also visit the AUAS page on the credential evaluation


AMFI expects proficiency of spoken and written English. Non-native English speakers are required to sit an IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge test. IELTS (Overall score 6.0); TOEFL (iBT 80 or paperbased 550), TOEIC (LR670+SW290) or Cambridge (First (FCE) Grade B (173-175) /First (FCE) Grade C (169-172)).

The Language certificate is valid up to 2 years after received date.


To register for an AMFI programme for the academic year 2019-2020, you must complete your enrolment request in Studielink no later than 15 January 2019. Once you have completed your enrolment request, you will receive the selection information via email. Without uploading your selection form (homework), you will not be invited to participate in the selection day. AMFI advises you to also orientate yourself with other education programmes just in case you are not selected during the selection procedure.

Published by  Faculty of Digital Media and Creative Industries 1 November 2018