Do you qualify to enter HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht's Teacher Education in German Master programme? Find out here.
Admission requirements Master Teacher Education in German
To enter the programme you need to have:
- A Bachelor's degree in Education in German, or
- A Bachelor's degree in German Language and Culture combined with an Education Minor.
Additionally, you need proven English skills at CEFR level C1. Additionally, you need proven English skills at CEFR level C2.
Please note that this programme is only available part-time. Unfortunately, this means that students who require a Dutch residence permit for study purposes are not eligible to apply.
Some international students are granted exemption from the English language test based on their high school diploma:
- Students who have obtained a secondary school diploma in the UK, US, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia.
- Students with an accredited international American high-school diploma or British international GCSE/A-levels.
- Students with the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma, the Caribbean Examinations Council certificate, or European Baccalaureate with English as first or second language.
Please check the complete list of applicable countries and diplomas. Please note that the above only applies if you actually took English as an exam subject in your final year!
All other students must submit a proof of English proficiency by submitting one of the above certificates.
Before your admission, you will have a personal interview with an intake coordinator. Together, you will discuss what you can expect of the programme, your motivation, ambitions and experience in order to design your personal Learning Plan. This will give you a good idea about the possibilities this master programme offers you, and whether it is a good fit.
If you do not, or not yet, live in the Netherlands, you can enrol via Studielink, after creating a personal username and password. You can create your account on the Studielink website. Registration deadlines are 15 June (non-EU students) and 1 August (EU students).
Students living in the Netherlands - including non-Dutch nationals - can enrol as well as apply for student grants and loans via Studielink (in English, Dutch and German). For this, you need a DigiD log-in code, which takes up to five days to obtain. The closing date for registration on most programmes is 1 May.