The Study Check is an important part of your application.
If you want to study at a Dutch university, you will be faced with the Study Check. This check is a mandatory part of your application process. Good to know, the Study Check is not an exam! It is not possible to fail the test because it is designed to find out whether your interests and ambitions match with your chosen study programme. Based on the check, we will provide a study advice. If this advice is positive, it is more likely that you will enjoy your study and it increases the chance of you completing the programme successfully.
The Study Check consists of the following components:
You do the Study Check when you are enrolled for a bachelor's degree. The check is a compulsory part of your application process when you want to study at Inholland or any other university in the Netherlands.
After you have registered in Studielink, you will receive an e-mail from the Central Student Administration stating whether the Study Check is mandatory for you. You will also be referred to Self Service via this e-mail. Here you will find all information about the Study Check and the various steps that apply to you.
Below you can find an overview of the Study Check per location for the programme of your choice.
Aeronautical Engineering in Delft - 16 April 2020
Information Technology in Haarlem - 16 April 2020
Mathematical Engineering in Diemen - 14 April 2020
Business Innovation in Diemen - 16 April 2020
Creative Business in Haarlem - 17 April 2020
Creative Business in The Hague - 17 April 2020
Tourism Management in Diemen - 14 April 2020
You will find information about the exact time and location in your step-by-step plan in Self-service. This information is always up-to-date and leading.
Can I be refused access to a programme if I receive a negative advice?
If you apply before 1 June, you will not be refused access to a programme, even if you receive a negative advice after your study check. If you apply after 1 June and you receive a negative advice, you will not be admitted.
Can I prepare for the study check?
No, the study check is not a test for which you can prepare. However, the programme may ask you to write a motivation letter or complete a homework assignment.
The Study Check is a requirement to start start your study programme. It has been developed at the request of the Minister of Education, Culture and Science. The check is part of the education law which took effect on 1 September 2013