You’ve applied, what's next?
From registration to start of studies
Below, you’ll find some useful information to help you complete your enrolment. You will receive various emails from the HU at the email address you submitted to Studielink. The emails will present you with information about the digital intake, an HU account, access to the myHU app and reminders of remaining open actions. The following is a concise overview of what you can expect.
February to August: The programme selection check
To be able to start your studies at the HU, you will first need to take the programme selection check. This usually consists of a digital intake, a matching day/interview and a programme selection advice. After you have registered (starting in February), you will receive the digital intake automatically at the email address you submitted to Studielink. Please note that this questionnaire must be completed within one month of receipt, otherwise we will not be able to complete your enrolment for your degree programme.
All information about the Programme Selection Check, for example the dates of the matching days of your degree programme, can be found on https://www.internationalhu.com/programme-selection-check.
Note: If you have registered for a numerus clausus programme, the selection will be different. More info can be found on www.numerusfixus.hu.nl (Dutch only).
June: accountmail and myHU app
You will receive the accountmail early in June at the email address you submitted to Studielink. It contains instructions for logging into your HU account. This will enable you to take a look inside the digital environments of the HU, such as myHU and AskHU.
In mid-June, you will receive an email with a link to the myHU app at the email address you submitted to Studielink. The app contains your personal information about the introduction to and start of your programme. You will need to log in to the app with your HU account.
Mid-June: complete your enrolment > set your check-list to green
If you have already activated your HU account, you can log in to myHU. Here you will find a check-list you can use to determine whether you have taken all the necessary steps to complete your enrolment.
Pay your tuition fees
You can pay your tuition fees via Studielink from mid-June. How much do you have to pay in tuition fees? How can you arrange your payment? Do you need a Proof of Payment of Tuition Fees (Bewijs Betaald Collegegeld, BBC)? You can find all the necessary information here.
Verification of prior education
When do you need to have your Dutch prior education verified, how do you arrange verification and where do you submit your certified copy? See https://www.internationalhu.com/admissions-dutch-diploma.
Did you complete your education abroad? Please go to https://www.internationalhu.com/admissions-bachelor (step 4).
Upload passport photo
We need your passport photo for your student card. You can upload your photo from mid-June. By that time, the myHU app will offer instructions on how to do so.
June to August: keep an eye on your (digital) mailbox
Between June and August, you will receive various emails from the HU at the email address you submitted to Studielink. These messages will notify you of all the actions you still need to take to complete your enrolment. They will also refer you to information about the introduction to and the start of your degree programme.
Full-time students will also receive letters about the introductions by mail in July and August.
Receipt of declaration of enrolment and student card
When you complete your enrolment after mid-August, you receive both documents within two weeks of the completion of your enrolment. If you entered an address in Studielink that is located abroad, you will need to collect the declaration and your student card at the International Office desk.
Timetable and class allocation
The class allocation plans and class timetables will be announced during the programme introduction at the end of August. So it’s important to make sure you are there!
Deadline: complete enrolment before 31 August
You must have completed your enrolment by no later than 31 August, otherwise we will be forced to block your HU account in early September. So please keep an eye on your check-list in the myHU app.
End of August: introductions, timetables and class allocations
If your programme has organised an introduction, it will take place in the last week of August or the first week of September. You will find more detailed information and the dates in the myHU app from mid-June on.
The programme introductions are important: the timetables and class allocations will often be announced then and you will meet your lecturers and fellow students.
Did you know that we also offer a city introduction to help you become acquainted with Utrecht and student life in early August? If you would like to take part in this, please don’t hesitate to sign up from the beginning of May.
2 September 2019: start of academic year
The academic year starts on Monday, 2 September. From mid-June, you will be able to find more detailed information on the myHU app about where you have to be on your first day at the HU and at what time.
Did you register for a numerus clausus programme?
Did you register for Physiotherapy, Skin Therapy (full-time or part-time), Allied Medical Care, Dental Hygiene or Optometry? The deadline for registration was 15 January. All the necessary information about the selection, dates of the selection days, rank numbers and further enrolment procedures can be found via the link below.
Information on numerus clausus (Dutch only)
You do not have the right prior education, but you are 21+?
You do not have the right prior education for the degree programme of your choice, but you are 21 or older? If so, you can do the 21+ admission test; click on the link below for all the necessary information.
Have you completed prior education abroad?
The registration procedure is slightly different for applicants with prior education done abroad. Click on the link below to read more about this.
Enrolling for a KOM-minor?
If you are studying at another university of applied sciences or university and you want to apply for a KOM minor at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, you can check out the HU-minorsite for the steps you will have to take to be registered and enrolled in a minor course at HU.