If you have decided which study programme you would like to follow at Inholland University of Applied Sciences, you can register online via Studielink.
The application process can be different for students who are already living in the Netherlands. Inholland welcomes students from abroad, but registration can take longer due to the procedures needed to verify the qualifications. We recommend non-EU students to start the application process before 1 May 2018. The recommended deadline for Dutch and EU students is 1 August.
Depending on where you live, you will need to follow different steps for enrolment:
When you register with Inholland, you will need to submit the following additional documents:
After applying through Studielink you will receive login details from us. With these login details you can enter the self-service and upload the necessary documents. Alternatively you can scan and email all your documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your registration is complete as soon as we have received all above documents filled out and signed.
As soon as you are admitted, the Central Student Administration will send your student card before the start of the academic year. This card is proof of registration and you must be able to show your student card during lectures and exams. If you have an address in the Netherlands, the student card will be sent to you. Otherwise you can pick up the card at the Service Desk of the location.
Please note: All documents must be sent to the Central Student Administration before the beginning of the academic year, which is 1 September or 1 February, depending on the start of the programme.
When you have your new address in the Netherlands, use Studielink to change your address details. Inholland and the DUO will be automatically informed of the change. If you are unable to use Studielink, then you can always send an email with your new address to the Central Student Administration Desk csa@Inholland.nl
All English language certificates are only valid if taken less than two years from the starting date of your bachelor programme.