Selection Criteria

In addition to the mandatory admission requirements, other factors are taken into account in the admissions process for most programs which can increase your chances of being allocated a study place. These selection criteria vary depending on the program you would like to study. Examples include the completion of relevant internships and work experience, semesters spent studying or working abroad, essays, letters of motivation, and awards.

Fulfilling the selection criteria is not a mandatory requirement for your application. Take a look at the selection statutes to view the selection criteria for the degree program you are interested in.

You must indicate in your online application which criteria you fulfill and provide the relevant documents of proof so that we can consider this information in the selection process. 

Frequently Asked Questions on Proving You Fulfill the Selection Criteria