How do I apply?

Your online application starts with creating a personal account on our website ( After you have filled out the registration form you will receive an e-mail which includes an activation link for your personal account. With your personal account you can log in to our website and apply for the course(s) of your interest on the course page.

After you have applied for a course you will receive a confirmation of application.

If the course leader requires additional information from students you will be requested to upload these documents (e.g. CV, motivation letter, set of transcripts). Information about required documents can also be found on the course page. After you have completed your application by uploading the required additional information the course leader will review your application and you will be notified of the result.

For some of the courses in our offer the course leader has decided to review applications after a certain date. This date is clearly mentioned on the course page. In this case you will have to wait for the decision of the course leader.

In most cases however, the course leader will review your application as soon as possible. This may take up to a few working days. The course leader will contact you by e-mail if he/she would like to have more information about your background or level of studies.

After the course leader has reviewed your application, you will receive a notification by e-mail. Should you have any questions about the status of your application, you can contact the course leader / contact person.

As soon as you have been accepted for the course, you will receive an email with payment information. It is important to pay the course fee as soon as possible. Placement will be based on the order of payment (first-come first-served). You can find information about the status of your application in your personal account. Your placement in the course is only definite, after we have registered your payment in your account.

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