Please note: Given the situation regarding the coronavirus, it is not sure yet what will happen with the exchanges in the second semester of 2020-2021, and after that. 

You can find the most recent information on the general coronavirus webpage.

For frequently asked questions, please go to the Travel & Exchange page.

The information below refers to our regular procedures and information sessions. This page will be updated after the summer. Given the restrictions regarding the coronavirus, the information sessions will likely take place in an alternative form.

Study abroad presentations

Over the past few weeks, the International Office Humanities organized several study abroad presentations. Did you miss the study abroad presentations? Please click here for the handout of the Presentation for Bachelorstudents. 

Besides those presentations, the International Office Humanities offered several workshops that help you prepare for your exchange application. You can read the throwbacks in our newsletters. If you want to receive the Newsletter please sign up here. They are also published on this website:

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You may use some or all of your optional course profile credits to complete some study abroad. Subject to certain conditions, you may complete subjects abroad in lieu of a Humanities Minor.


Studying abroad often gives an enormous boost to your academic and personal development. The faculty is therefore keen to support you in completing part of your studies abroad. The length and purpose of your stay may vary; you can take subjects abroad via an exchange programme, but other options also include a summer school.


Utrecht University collaborates with universities worldwide. The faculty has agreements in specific subject areas, as well as university agreements that are open to students of all faculties (unless otherwise specified). Under an exchange programme, you stay enrolled at UU and do not pay any tuition fees at the partner university.


First, read the information under 'Conditions and study plan' in the navigation menu on the left. Then visit the general student website on studying abroad. Here (under step 2) you can easily search among all available destinations. Your exchange will fall under the International Office of either the faculty or the university, depending on where you decide to go.

International Office Humanities

Our front desk is currently closed until further notice. This means that there are no walk-in hours and it is not possible to make an appointment.  

You can reach us in the following ways:

Please mention your student number in all correspondence!


We are unable to sign physical documents. If you need to have a document signed, please send it to us via email.

Mailing address

Drift 10, 3512 BS Utrecht
+31 (0)30 253 6046

Walk-in office hours

Our front desk is currently closed.

Making an appointment

Send an email to

Handing in and picking up documents

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For questions about universitywide programmes you can get in contact with the University International Office.

+ 31 30 253 7000 (Monday-Friday, 10 – 12 am and 1 – 3 pm)
Fax: + 31 30 253 2627

Visitor's address
UU for U, Student Services
Heidelberglaan 6, 3584 CS Utrecht
Monday - Friday, 10 am - 4 pm

Postal address
Universiteit Utrecht
Studentenservice / International Office
Postbus 80125
3508 TC Utrecht

There are currently no Study Abroad presentations scheduled