General Information Course Selection
This section contains the list of courses that will be accessible for exchange students during the academic year 2019-2020. Note that this list can be subject to change. If the courses were also taught during this academic year, the course names are linked to the description of this year. Please pay attention that parts can be changed, e.g. types of exams, periods, teachers. You can find the updated information on periods, prerequisites and language requirements in the table.
On 24 June the new exchange course guide will be published including the specific information about the exams, literature, renewed course content and the schedule for semester 1.
Faculty of Arts students
- Exchange students at the Faculty of Artsare allowed to take all courses at the Faculty of Arts as long as you meet the prerequisites for the course.
- They will be able to choose a maximum of two courses from other faculties as well. You always need to ask International Office Arts if you are allowed to take a course outside the Faculty (via the Learning Agreement).
- Due to organisational reasons our courses have a fixed amount of places for exchange students. For now we only give you permission for courses; in June/July we will come back to you for a final list of courses (when the schedule is published). Then we will also divide the places in the courses. Please take into account that it might not be possible to take all courses that are approved due to availability.
Non-Faculty of Arts students
- Students from other faculties are allowed to choose a maximum of two courses at the Faculty of Arts.
- If you are interested, please ask your international officer to contact us about your courses. We will then check if you are allowed to take a course based on your Transcript of Records and Proof of English.
- In case you received permission: in mid-July we will be able to inform your International Office if we do have a free place for you in the course.
In our experience, an adequate level of English is an absolute condition to a successful stay abroad. Therefore, we only accept certified proofs of English language competency. A statement from another language centre or university department won't be accepted. Obviously, the abovementioned does not apply to native speakers of English or students who only take courses in Dutch.
|TOEFL test certificate with a score of at least 550 (paper based), 213 (computer based) or 79 points (internet based)||TOEFL test certificate with a score of at least 580 (paper based), 237 (computer based) or 92 points (internet based)|
|IELTS test certificate with a score of at least 6.0||IELTS test certificate with a score of at least 7.0 (with min. 6.0 for speaking)|
|Cambridge First Certificate in English (minimum level B2)||Cambridge First Certificate in English (minimum level C1)|
|TOEIC test with a minimum score of 785. The modules ‘Speaking and Writing' and Listening and Reading' have to be successfully completed||TOEIC test with a minimum score of 945. The modules ‘Speaking and Writing' and ‘Listening and Reading' have to be successfully completed|
At the Faculty of Arts, we not only offer courses in English, but also in Dutch, French, Spanish and German. For courses in Dutch, a minimum level of B2/C1 is necessary to keep up with the Dutch students. For courses in French, Spanish and German at least a B1 level in these languages is requested. In the course guide you can find the specific level indicated per course