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Applicants from another UvA or VU faculty or Dutch university

The 1st step of our application process for students from another UvA or VU faculty or Dutch university is checking the entry requirements of this Master’s. In your Embark application you will be asked to upload proof of all mentioned requirements.

Entry requirements

The Admissions Office will evaluate your eligibility on the basis of 3 criteria.

  • 1. Your academic Bachelor’s degree
    • Completed academic BSc, BA or LLB degree (or higher) from a research university. For example, one of the Bachelor's from our list of Dutch Bachelor’s degrees.
    • You need to have an academic working standard, including experience in academic writing. Course requirements: at least 5 ECTS in academic writing courses (e.g. a Bachelor’s thesis) at the 3rd year Bachelor’s level.
    • You need to have sound knowledge of research methodology, including sufficient analytical and statistical skills. Course requirements: at least 12 ECTS in research skills (qualitative and quantitative) at 3rd year Bachelor's level.
    • You need to have experience with entrepreneurship, demonstrated with completed courses in Entrepreneurship (at least 6 credits on 3rd-year Bachelor’s level) and/or entrepreneurial experience as (co-)founder or (co-)owner (at least 6 months, in the past 3 years).
  • 2. Your Grade Point Average (GPA)

    We will assess your application in its entirety, but we are looking for students with good results in their Bachelor’s degree. One of the results we take into account is your overall GPA. Please add your GPA calculation in your online application.

  • 3. Your motivational video

    In your application, you are expected to upload a video of max. 2 minutes, to explain why you would be a good fit for the Master’s programme and which experiences have led you to this decision. If this is technically not possible, a motivation letter (max. one A4) is also allowed. Both options will be evaluated equally.