Radboud University

Practical information for prospective students

All necessary practical information for prospective international students

Admission requirements

To find out exactly what the requirements are for the programme that you want to pursue, we invite you to have a look at the admission requirements page.

Application deadlines

  • Numerus Fixus Programmes: 15 January
  • Radboud Scholarship Programme: 1 March
  • Non-EU/EEA students: 1 April
  • EU/EEA students: 1 May

Check your eligibility

Would you like to know if you are eligible to be admitted to Radboud University? Do the E-Check and get an insight in your eligibility for the study programme of your choice.

Start your application procedure

Ready to apply? Good choice!

You will receive the results approximately 4 weeks after you apply.

Virtual Open Day

The Virtual Open Day is an online event taking place a few times a year. During this live event you can learn more about our English-taught Bachelor's and Master's programmes, follow live sessions and chat with students and staff.

The city of Nijmegen


The city of Nijmegen is a lively student city with a lot to offer. It is also home to the largest festival in the Netherlands: the four days marches.

Take a virtual tour of the campus

Follow a guided VR tour around the Radboud Campus in Nijmegen Heyendaal. Discover our modern buildings and facilities, and the beautiful green surroundings. Take a ride down our bike paths and experience what it's like to be a student at our University.

Assistance with accommodation


Together with the Dutch organisation SSH&, Radboud International will help you to find accommodation.

Visa support

If you need a visa and/or residence permit, Radboud University will submit the application on your behalf. Once admitted we need to receive your documents for the visa application before 1 June to allow enough processing time.

What happens after you apply

After you have successfully submitted your online application, we will start the admission process. After receipt of your admission letter, you can officially enrol as a student at Radboud University.

Experiences of international students

International students from different countries share their experiences with you.


Other practical information

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