University Entrance Exam (Colloquium Doctum)
A Colloquium Doctum is a university entrance exam which examines if a person is eligible to be admitted into a specific Bachelor’s program. Only students who are 21 years or older, and who do not possess a diploma giving them direct admission into a Bachelor’s program, can apply for such an entrance exam. A Colloquium Doctum is not available for admission into a (pre-)Master’s program.
The procedure of the Colloquium Doctum differs per program and can be found below, as well as in the Education and Examination Regulations (EER) of each School.
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