You can submit your request for re-enrolment in Studielink. You can re-enrol as of 1 June. Make sure to finalise your re-enrolment before 1 September. If you are not enrolled before 1 September you cannot participate in courses and make use of university facilities.

How to re-enrol

In order to log on to Studielink you need a DigiD if you have a Dutch address (and /or BSN). Decisions with regard to enrolment will be sent to the email address listed in Studielink, so please make sure this address is up to date.

Please note: the Studielink website has recently been renewed. Are you experiencing difficulties logging into Studielink? Please contact Student Services.

Re-enrolment options

  • As of 1 June you can re-enrol via Studielink until 31 August. Make sure you change the language of the website to English before you log in. You will receive an email from Utrecht University as soon as the Studielink website is open for re-enrolment. 
  • If you want to re-enrol for a privately-funded master or an Erasmus Mundus programme, please contact the Student Information Desk at your Faculty or Department.
  • It is only possible to enrol with a starting date of 1 September. Exceptions are only possible with the explicit permission of your department or faculty. For further information please contact the Student Information Desk at your Faculty or Department.
  • Utrecht University is to start in the 2019-2020 academic year with a flexible study experiment, for the following programmes:

Step-by-step plans:

If you are an international student, or have a non-Dutch previous degree, you will need to contact the Admissions Office, via Student Services if you are planning to enrol in a second programme (next to your current enrolment). Please note that combining two programmes requires thorough planning as well as above-average study progress.

Enrolment in more than one programme may have financial implications. Read more on Tuition fees.

If you are an international student, or have a non-Dutch previous degree, then please see and for an overview of our English-taught bachelor’s and master’s programmes. Information on Dutch-taught programmes, as well as the application and admission requirements for students with a Dutch previous degree, is available on and

For international students and/or students with a non-Dutch previous degree, it is important to contact the Admissions Office before the applicable deadline, as other admissions requirements may apply. We advise all students to discuss the possibility of switching from one programme to another with their study adviser first.

  • If you do not plan to re-enrol, but wish to remain enrolled until the end of the academic year (31 August), go to Studielink, select your current enrolment, and choose the ‘No, I do not wish to re-enrol’ option.
  • If you plan to terminate your enrolment during the course of the academic year, please see Termination of enrolment

Please note that terminating your enrolment may have consequences for your study grant (DUO), tuition fee, residence permit, scholarship etc.

All rules and regulations regarding re-enrolment can be found in the Regulations for Enrolment and Tuition fees 2018-2019 (pdf) and Regulations for Enrolment and Tuition fees 2019-2020 (pdf).