What is your study programme?


Last modified on 11-10-2022
Find out everything you need to know about your enrolment at the UvA, including information about your tuition fees, your student ID card, grants, visas and insurances and your UvAnetID. Do you have further questions about your enrolment? Get in touch with the Central Student Service Desk.
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What is your study programme?
  • Our study programmes and open daysExternal linkExplore all the programmes of the UvA.
  • Application and admissionExternal linkApplying at the UvA for the first time? See the UvA website for the application and admission steps.
  • Activate your UvAnetIDEveryone who studies at the UvA is assigned a UvAnetID. Once you have activated it, you will get access to the UvA’s facilities, apps and websites.
  • Check the status of your enrolmentIs your enrolment not finalised yet? Check the status of your enrolment in SIS.
  • Information about tuition feesWhen you enrol at a university or university of applied sciences in the Netherlands, you must pay tuition fees each year. All information on tuition fees can be found via this page.
  • Grants and financial aidAre you at risk of financial problems through no fault of your own? Or are your studies delayed because you're serving on the board of a student organisation such as a student council, for example? Or are you looking for help in financing your studies abroad? In circumstances like these, you may be able to apply for a grant or another form of financial aid.
  • Visas and residence permitsAre you not from the EU and not in possession of a Dutch passport? Then you need a residence permit for the purpose of study if you wish to study at the UvA. The UvA Immigration Office helps you with obtaining, extending and retaining your residence permit. On this page you find everything you need to know about your residence permit during your studies and the possibilities after graduation.
  • Finding accommodation in AmsterdamIn the Netherlands, students are responsible for finding their own accommodation. Finding a student room in Amsterdam is extremely difficult and the demand for student rooms is high. The International Student Housing Office can offer some international students a room, but unfortunately not all.
  • All about insuranceMake sure you have proper insurance coverage for the duration of your studies. Health insurance, liability insurance and insurance against fire and theft are all required and/or recommended.
  • Your student ID cardRead how to apply for your student ID card, and how to activate it and discover what you need the card for. Graduated? Hand in your student ID card.
  • Requesting documentsDo you need a Proof of Enrolment, a Proof of Paid Tuition Fees, a Graduation statement or another educational document? Find out how to request these documents on this page.
  • Change your personal detailsAs a Bachelor’s or Master's student at the UvA you can easily edit some of your personal details yourself via Studielink.


Central Student Service Desk (CSSD)

Do you have general questions about studying at the UvA, for instance, about your enrolment or tuition fee? Contact the CSSD. Want to request a document or have it signed? Fill in our contact form with UvAnetID loginExternal link. Or ask your question without UvAnetID loginExternal link.

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