As a member of the AUC student community, you will belong to a vibrant international group of young people interested in studying real-world problems that cross the boundaries of academic disciplines. Through working in a diverse environment of different languages and cultures, you will develop your creativity and critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills. Regardless of your background, if you have a strong motivation to learn and a desire to be part of a diverse, free-thinking and collaborative community, we warmly invite you to submit an application to our Liberal Arts and Sciences Bachelor's degree programme.
Please use the links below and on the left to learn more about the specific policies on admissions, the process of applying, relevant admissions requirements and how to submit your digital application. Whether you are Dutch or an international student, whether you have just finished high school, been away on a gap year or have already started university studies elsewhere, the online application form and procedures for applying are the same for all students.
The page 'How to apply' will guide you through the more practical details of the application process, including where you can find the digital application form.
We kindly ask that you carefully review the information about our admissions requirements, especially in relation to English and maths. Although each applicant is certainly unique, all prospective students go through the same admissions process. This means that you may have questions about specific circumstances that aren't covered or may deviate from the admissions requirements. Should this be the case, we strongly encourage you to contact our admissions office during the application procedure in order to explain your situation and let us advise you on possibilities and how to proceed. We look forward to hearing from you and receiving your application!
Do you have a specific question that isn't answered on our website? Please feel free to get in touch with an AUC Admissions Officer by using the link below.
In 2016, the British people voted to leave the European Union. With the UK leaving the EU on 31 January 2020, there still remains uncertainty regarding future relations between the UK and the EU after Brexit. For current and prospective students with questions on how Brexit may affect them, the University of Amsterdam has dedicated a webpage to share Brexit-related information. Due to the fact that this situation is ongoing, the accuracy or completeness of the content published on that page cannot be guaranteed. For more information on matters related to Brexit in the context of studying, please view the link below.