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Graduate School of Humanities

The application process for the Master's programmes that start in September 2018.

Applying for a Master's

Having registered for one of our Master's programme in Studielink, you will now be able to apply for a specific track at the Graduate School of Humanities.

Applying for the first time

If you are applying to the Graduate School of Humanities for the first time, please complete the online application form below.

Applying again or wishing to change your application details

If you have applied to the Graduate School of Humanities before, for instance last year, or if you would like to change a recent application, please send an email mentioning your full name and the programme(s) you wish to apply for to:
Note that you should also register for one of our Master’s in Studielink.

Paying the application fee

All applicants holding a nationality outside the EU/EEA are required to pay an application fee of €50. A receipt of the transfer needs to be uploaded to your personal page with the rest of your application before the application deadline.

For instructions, see:

Personal Service Page

After filling in the online application form, you should upload your application documents to your Personal Service Page. Please be sure to use Internet Explorer or Chrome as browsers.

Application documents

You must submit all of the following documents as part of the online application:

  1. Official transcripts of your BA and/or MA
    Note: UvA students can simply upload a print screen of their grades from SiS.
  2. BA diploma (if you have already completed your BA)
  3. Motivational letter
  4. CV or resumé (including contact details of two referees)
  5. Sample of academic written work (5-10 pages)
  6. English language test (unless you are exempt)
  7. Programme specific documents (if applicable)
  8. Receipt of application fee payment (non-EU only)
  9. Scholarship application (excellent non-EU students only)


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Published by  Graduate School of Humanities

5 December 2017