Application for academic year 2023-24 is open! Follow the steps below for a successful application:
(*) see Wageningen University study guide for details
The applicant must be proficient in English. English language proficiency can be met by providing a certificate (not older than 2 years) of one of the following tests:
note! TOEFL/IELTS predictive tests and TOEIC will not be accepted
Language of instruction is not accepted, except for:
Along the online application you will be asked to upload:
We recommend checking the Manual of the online application tool (pdf, 2.4MB).
Once you submitted your application file, your academic suitability will be assessed. If you fit the academic requirements you will receive a Letter of Admission (LoA), after which you will be invited to send scanned versions of the legalised copies of your Bachelors degree, Transcripts of Academic Records. You will be informed via email throughout the application process on how to proceed.
If you need a visa to enter Belgium, you should start your visa application as soon as you have received your Letter of Admission.
The AquaH programme includes student mobility to other Schengen countries, therefor you need to apply for a long stay student visa type D with code B35. With this visa, after your arrival in Belgium, you will be able to apply for a 2 year residence permit that will allow you to travel to other Schengen countries without having to apply for a visa in these countries.
When applying for a visa, you will be asked to prove your solvency (i.e. creditworthiness). This solvency can be proved in different ways: