International Students (Students from outside the EU,EAA and Switzerland)
In some cases, students have not yet completed their final high school year before applying and being accepted to the Bachelor. These students are often provided with a Conditional Offer (Conditional Acceptance Letter). Master applicants can also be given an offer on condition that they complete their current Bachelor degree.
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Specific entry requirements for degree programmes at Wittenborg University are published with the individual programme overviews, and in the Education and Examination Guides. Below is a general overview of the entry requirements for Bachelor and Master programmes at Wittenborg.
WUP 6/12/2013 - Start of Block 3 sees a new cohort of students starting their bachelor degree programmes at Wittenborg University.. but how does the block system work?
WUP 30/9/2013 - Andy Fekete leaves a well-run and helpful organization at Wittenborg University’s Front Desk! - One of the most familiar faces at Wittenborg University, in the past year, Andy Fekete, said goodbye today. As front desk and facility department officer, Andy is one of the first people new students meet upon arrival. During in his year at Wittenborg, Andy helped develop the front desk for students and staff in wa way that would easily be manageble in the growing institute. In a frank interview, we spoke to Andy about his experiences at Wittenborg the past year.
WUP 26/9/2013 - Wittenborg Students Learn to Manage their Student Housing - Students living in Wittenborg accommodation met their new housing manager assistants last week at the first tenants’ meeting of the new academic year. However, these three have been quietly doing their jobs for almost a month. In this interview, they introduce themselves and talk about the challenges of the first few weeks.
WUP 25/7/2013 - Into the Modern Age of Immigration – Fast and easy visa system in place for international students - The Netherlands has wheeled out the welcome wagon for international students by officially adopting the Modern Migration Policy Act on 1 June this year, thus simplifying application procedures for students wanting to come and study here. But what are the real pros and cons of the MiMo?
WUP 27/5/2013 - Immigration Agency updates its information about the new Visa and Residence Card Procedure. -“It’s just getting better” is the reaction of Wittenborg students! “A residence card for the duration of my studies, without renewal fees – that’s great!”The Dutch Immigration Agency (IND) released some further information on next week’s implementation of the Modern Immigration Act, which will do away with the constant need for a residence card renewal and make visa applications for Study in Holland even easier and faster than they already are!
WUP 10/5/2013 - Behind the Scenes with IBA Student Rafael Pokorny: - Rafael, or Raf as his friends call him, is native to Graz, a medium-sized city in southeast Austria. The Netherlands was one of several countries in which he was interested in studying, though Raf admits he knew almost nothing about the country other than its bike, cheese and blond hair stereotypes. Since arriving in Apeldoorn in October, Raf’s perception of the Netherlands has already changed in a number of ways.