As a prospective student for the Physiotherapy English Stream programme you must have a diploma of (senior) secondary general education or (senior) secondary vocational education that is equivalent to Dutch standards. The diploma and list of grades of your previous education will be evaluated to determine if you are admissible based on this diploma.
If you don't have the required entrance level you have the possibility to take an admission test. The test will probably take place in May/June.
The admission test will be conducted in the form of a Differential Aptitude Test (DAT).
For all course programmes conducted in the English language, a minimum level of proficiency in the English language is required, as detailed in the table below. You must substantiate your level of English-language proficiency by submitting evidence in the form of a language test result pertaining to one of the below-mentioned courses.
The results of the test may not be older than 2 years.
|TEST||Minimum score bachelor|
|IELTS (Academic)||6,0 (no subscore under 5,0)|
* = Only if the units ‘Speaking & Writing’ and ‘Listening & Reading’ have been completed successfully.
TOEIC = Test of English for International Communication, ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages
Some applicants may be exempted from submitting language proficiency test results, as follows:
- Applicants who have a diploma of secondary education in a country listed in the diploma list drawn up on behalf of the associates of institutions of higher education, as published on the website of the code of conduct
- Applicants who have followed two years of their previous education in English.
We reserve the right to require language proficiency testing for all categories of applicants.
The language requirements do not apply for applicants with a diploma of a Dutch previous education.