If you want to be eligible for flexible study, you must first apply for enrolment as a full-time student via Studielink and go through the regular enrolment process. If you re-enrol, you will have to do so as a full-time student.
Signing up for flexible study
As soon as you have received your re-enrolment confirmation, you will need to apply for flex study via a form. Do this before the deadline:
- Taal- en cultuurstudies and Liberal Arts and Sciences: before 1 May
- Neerlandistiek, Religie en samenleving, Musicology and Contemporary Theatre, Dance and Dramaturgy: before 1 August
In case you only found out after the deadline that you belong to one of the target groups and you would like to participate, please contact Quirine van der Steen as soon as possible.
Drawing up a study plan
Based on the information provided with your programme's curriculum, create a suitable and realistic study plan (Word). Take into account the entry requirements and the order in which the courses should be taken according to the curriculum (check the Course Planner for course descriptions).
Making an appointment with your Study Advisor
Make an appointment with your Study Advisor. Send the completed study plan to your study advisor one week prior to your appointment. Your Study Advisor will discuss your study plan with you and will assess whether you meet the participation criteria.
Signing your study plan
After you have met with your Study Advisor, your study plan for the first academic year will be determined. Both you and the study programme will need to sign this document.
Paying tuition fees
Your study plan forms the basis on which your tuition fees will be determined. As a flex student, you will pay per credit (ECTS) (1/60 of the statutory tuition fee plus 15%). This amount will then be charged to you. It is possible to add courses later in the academic year, which will be charged extra, but it is not possible to get a refund for courses you have not completed.
Registering for courses registration
Finally, you will have to register for the courses in your study plan.