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Enrolment and selection

As there are more prospective students than study places, Sport Studies - track International Sports, Management and Business (ISMB) has a numerus fixus: a limited number of study places. Therefore, the programme has a selection procedure. If you have decided to apply for Sport Studies-track ISMB, please read the information below carefully and submit your application before the deadline of 15 January 2018.

We want you to feel confident about your decision to apply for Sport Studies-track ISMB. This is an important decision for your future career. Before you apply, have a look at the checklist below to make sure that this programme is the right fit for your future goals.

Successful Sport Studies - track ISMB candidates:

  • have a passion for sport, but also have other ambitions. Sport is only practiced in the first two years as part of the overall curriculum.
  • want a business and management degree. As sport is not the only focus, it’s also important to be interested in subjects like management, economics or business.
  • understand that the programme has a full study load. Throughout the programme, you can expect to spend 20 hours a week on independent study, plus an additional 20 hours on lessons, exams and group projects. If you plan to work as well, we recommend you limit it to 10 hours per week.

For the 2018-2019 academic year, there is an enrolment quota for students wishing to enrol in the degree programme, so there will be a selection procedure. From 1 October 2017 until 15 January 2018, you will be able to register for Sport Studies via Studielink for the 2018-2019 academic year. More information about the selection procedure can be found on this website at the end of September.

For the 2018-2019 academic year, our application procedure is as follows.

  1. Sign up in Studielink between 1 October 2017 and 15 January 2018. 
  2. When you have signed up in Studielink and possess a non-Dutch diploma, you will automatically receive an invitation by email from the Central Student Administration (CSA) to submit copies of your non-Dutch diplomas and previous education for evaluation. Read more about our credentials evaluation.
  3. When you have signed up in Studielink, you will automatically receive an invitation from Sport Studies-track ISMB for a selection day. 

Important note. Since you will receive several emails from us, please make sure you check your emails and your spam folder regularly and you keep your contact details in Studielink up to date.

Furthermore we advise you to apply in Studielink for one or two alternative programmes without a decentralised selection.

More information about the selection days will be published on this website by the end of September 2017.

 

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 5 September 2017