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Exchange application process for ICT

Applying for an exchange at AUAS begins with your home university. If they nominate you, you'll need to follow the dates and procedures on this page.

Application procedure

All you need to know about applying for an exchange to study ICT at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences is including in our online factsheet.

Download application procedure factsheet

Application form

If you've been nominated for an exchange to us by your home university, you can apply using our online application form.

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Key dates

Below you'll find the key dates for our courses, as well as application and nomination deadlines.

Semester periods

Minor programmes:
Autumn: 2 September 2024 until 31 January 2025
Spring : 3 February 2025 until 4 July 2025

Nomination deadlines

Deadline: 31 March for the Autumn semester
Deadline: 30 September for the Spring semester

Partner institutions must send their nomination via email to international.it@hva.nl.

Application deadlines

Autumn semester: deadline for enrolment 15 April
Spring semester : deadline for enrolment 15 October

Find out about the hands-on learning experienced by students at the Digital Creators event.

Please note:

  1. Students must be there from the very beginning to the very end of the semester.
  2. The semester programme has to be taken as a whole as it is a coherent package 
  3. Programming skills are required for all semesters. 
  4. You need to upload your CV and transcript in our enrolment system (below) in order for us to check if your background matches your choice. 
  5. AFTER acceptance, we will change your application from pending to enrolled in our system. If you cannot be accepted, you will be informed as well. 
  6. Students must be prepared to do team work during the whole semester 
  7. Students in the Mobile Development semester will do a project in a company for two days a week. Travel costs might be incurred and have to be paid by the students themselves.
  8. The following electives are offered to exchange students in order to earn 30 ECTS: Survival Dutch (2 ECTS), Intercultural Skills (2 ECTS), English: Communicating like a Pro (2 ECTS).