English language test results for (Pre-)Master’s programmes

A sufficient level of English proficiency is required for meeting the admission requirements for English-taught (Pre-)Master’s programmes. Based on your previous education, the Admissions Board for your programme decides whether or not you are required to take an English language test.

You can demonstrate your language skills by taking a recognised English language test with sufficient results. The required results of the English language test to be admitted to your Pre-Master's or Master's programme can be found below or under 'Admission and application' on the programme pages

The minimum score for admission varies by programme:

Accepted results Pre-Master's

Accepted Language tests and scores Applies to Pre-master's programmes
    Accepted Language tests and scores Applies to Pre-master's programmes

    Accepted results Master's

    Accepted Language tests and scores

    Applies to Master's programmes
      Accepted Language tests and scores Applies to Master's programmes
      Accepted Language tests and scores Applies to Master's programmes

      Application for the Master's programme in International Law and Global Security, Peace and Development (joint degree) goes through the Erasmus Mundus partner university: University of Glasgow. Language requirements can be found on the website.