Checklist for students with a Dutch nationality

Here's how to apply to AUAS for students with Dutch nationality. Once you have begun the application, you will also be reminded of these steps by email.

1. Check the application deadline

General deadlines:

  • Degree programmes that have an enrolment quota and selection procedure: application for the 2022-2023 academic year is possible until 15 January 2022.
  • Degree programmes that have a study check: no later than 1 May 2022.
  • Part-time and dual programmes: preferably before 1 June, but no later than 31 August 2022.

Application deadlines may vary, depending on the degree programme of your choice. Go to the overview of programmes taught in English or programmes taught in Dutch to find out which deadline applies to your degree programme.

2. Check the admission requirements

 You can find the admission requirements on the degree programme's website. Go to the overview of programmes taught in English or programmes taught in Dutch to find out if there are any prerequisites for the degree programme.

3. Submit your enrolment request

To apply for a programme at the AUAS, go to Studielink(opens in new window). Studielink is the Dutch system used to apply for higher education. You need a DigiD to log into Studielink.
You will receive a welcome email from the AUAS within 48 hours of applying in Studielink.

Applying for a programme in Studielink is free of charge.

4. Activate your AUAS account

All AUAS students receive an AUAS account within 48 hours of applying in Studielink. Your AUAS account is your personal username which, combined with your password, grants you access to the AUAS’s IT facilities. Please activate your account at id.student.hva.nl(opens in new window).

5. Participate in the study check or selection

Some degree programmes require an intake. This could be an online study check, a selection day or an intake interview, depending on your choice of study. After you have submitted your enrolment request in Studielink, the AUAS will send you more information regarding the study check, selection day or intake interview.

Go to the overview of programmes taught in English or programmes taught in Dutch to find out if the degree programme has a study check, a selection process or an interview.

6. Get ready for the academic year

Check the Start off strong website(opens in new window) for everything you need to know about textbooks, timetables, class enrolment and more.

7. Attend the introduction week

From 26 to 30 August, you will get to taste all the flavours of student life as you become familiar with your fellow students, the AUAS and the city of Amsterdam. The introduction week combines programme-specific activities with AUAS-wide events for all first-year students.

More information about the AUAS introduction week(opens in new window)