Tips & Tops to prepare for the admission process at Wageningen University
Deciding to study a Masters’s or Bachelors’s programme is a big decision in anyone’s life, as this decision has the potential to shape our future. So, naturally, we are very careful and even hesitant in choosing just the right study program and university. After you decide where and what to study, then comes the daunting task of beginning the admission process. It can be intimidating to keep all the information and requirements for
In this blog, I will take you through some steps which can help you prepare for your admission process. This should help you write and submit an (hopefully successful) application to Wageningen University!
First thing first, make sure that you are aware of the deadline and last submission date for the application of the study programme that you are interested in. It is also advisable to check the start date of the study programme if it is in September or (in some cases) February. You can find the application deadlines – here
- Admission requirements
The next step can be to check the admission requirement(s). It is essential to check if you are eligible to apply to the study programme of your interest. If you have doubts you can also write to – my dream house essay free and they will be able to assist you.
- Create a Studielink account
To apply for a university in the Netherlands, you have to first create an account on Studielink. This is the first step of starting your application process. You can essay motivation to go to the Studielink home page to create an account.
- Gather/ organise all your documents:
It is important to gather all your documents, including your educational transcript(s), letter of recommendation, degree(s), motivation letter, resume, etc. Once you have collected all the documents, it will be efficient to fill in your application. This will help you save time and make your application process go smoothly. Click here to view the Master’s programme application requirement.
- English proficiency tests
Make sure you have the results of your English proficiency exams ready. Quick note, don’t forget to reserve your test at least 3 months in advance of your application deadline at Wageningen University. Do keep in mind the date of expiry as well, as these tests should be taken no longer than 24 months prior to the day of your application. Information and registration for these different tests can be found on the website of TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge, TOEIC and RATEr.
- Be patient 🙂
After you have submitted your application, there is not really much that you can do. So sit tight and hope for the best!
- Hand in physical copies of your Degrees and Transcripts
After you receive the acceptance letter from Wageningen University, you need to share (attested) physical copies of your transcript(s) and degree(s) with the university. You can share these physical copies via post or in person at Wageningen University.
- Don’t forget scholarship options
You can apply for scholarships after you have received an admission letter. I suggest applying well in advance so you have time to secure a scholarship for your studies. You can find scholarship options for international students at Wageningen University – here
Hope that these tips prove helpful for your application to Wageningen University and good luck!
There are 2 comments.
Hope you’re doing well! I’m coming to WUR for a summer traineeship from 15-05-23 to 15-09-23, followed by an Erasmus exchange semester from 15-09-23 onwards. I’m an international student of CZU Prague with a student residence permit of the Czech Republic.
I have two questions for you:
1) Do I need to apply again for a student residence permit at the Netherlands for my 10 month stay?
2) I need accommodation for this 10 month period, can you help guide me to the right place?
Hope to hear from you soon.
Thank you for your questions. Unfortunately, since they are all too specific, I would suggest you directly contact the student service centre at firstname.lastname@example.org.