What are the admission requirements to the Physiotherapy programme?
Upper secondary school diploma
It is not possible to precisely state for every country which diplomas or certificates make one eligible to enter the course. When in doubt, we will have your documents assessed. With one of the following diplomas or their equivalents, your entry is in any case assured:
Baccalaureat (France) Hochschulreife Abitur or
(Germany) 2 GCE A-levels and
5 GCSES (GCE O-levels) (UK).
Understanding English language
EU students are presumed to have a sufficient level of reading, writing and speaking. For non-EU students, an IELTS score of 6.0 or a TOEFL score of 550 is required.
Are there possibilities for exemptions?
Please contact Sineke Timmer; email@example.com
When can I start my studies?
The programme starts in the week of September 1, 2013.
Deadline for application is February 1, 2013.
What are the costs?
The yearly tuition fees for European Union students for 2013-2014 are € 2,835,- and for non-EU/EEA students € 8,500,-.
The exact amounts will be published on our website for tuition fees.The costs for books and study materials will be about € 1000,- for the whole programme, general costs of living not included.
Do I qualify for Dutch scholarships?
The Dutch system for scholarships applies only to Dutch students. However, under certain conditions EU/EEA students may also apply. For further information please refer to the website www.duo.nl
I’m not Dutch, how do I find accommodation?
The International Student Office helps non-Dutch students not only with housing, but also with visa and insurance. For further information please refer to the website www.housingoffice.nl
I would like to join the Physiotherapy programme, what should I do next?
More information about admission and an application form for non-Dutch students, can be found on in the chapter ‘Information and Application’ at our site www.hanzegroningen.eu/healthcarestudies
In addition to the introduction programme of the Physiotherapy programme, you may also take part in the KEI week (not mandatory). This is the general introduction week for all new first-year students of the universities in the city of Groningen. For more information please have a look at www.keiweek.nl
Regulations & Facilities for Students
Do you have a physical disability or chronic illness? Are you struggling for time, because you’re a top athlete? Do you need support or additonal facilities? The Hanze University Groningen is here to help you find a solution. Please make an appointment with a student counselor (preferably) before starting your studies through the secretary at the Student Counsellor’s Office:
+31 (0)50 595 40 28 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I find more information for foreign students?
For more information check this page
And practical matters?
For practical matters check this page