Frequently Asked Questions

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We can't wait to welcome you at Saxion University of Applied Sciences! You can apply through Studielink or through our own application form, depending on the programme you have selected. Start your application here.

See an overview of the application and payment deadlines here.

If you wish to come to the Netherlands to study at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, then you might need a visa and/or a residence permit. Read the finer details here.

Please, take a closer look here.

EThe direct debit authorisation and/or authorisation for payment in instalments is only available for re-enrolling non-EU/EEA students with a Dutch bank account, and both starting and re-enrolling EU/EEA students. Read the finer details here.

Application for a scholarship is possible via this page. Please make sure to complete your application for a study programme before applying for a scholarship. 

Dutch law requires every citizen to be insured for health care. Read the finer details here.

About ten per cent of Saxion students have special needs during their studies. This is due to conditions such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, AD(H)D, autism, a visual, hearing or speech impediment or a chronic or psychological illness. These impediments do not need to be an obstacle while studying at Saxion. To help we provide general support and, whenever possible, tailor-made support. Read the finer details here.

If you have applied for an English programme, you will have to fulfill the English language requirements. Read the finer details here.

Check out our page with information on the situation in Ukraine here.

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