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International Student AffairsGlobal Exchange Programme 2022-2023Course & Faculty Criteriawww.uva.nl/globalexchange

Study ProgrammesThe Global Exchange Programme offers over 100 international studyprogrammes with English-taught courses in Social and Behavioural Sciences,Economics and Business, Humanities, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law andScience. Global Exchange students cannot take courses in Medicine andDentistry.Students can register at one faculty only. This means that you will have toselect courses from that faculty. If you would like to take courses outside ofthe faculty you applied to, you will have to discuss this with the study adviserof your accepting faculty. You will be given contact details of your academicadviser in your acceptance letter.Exchange students in the Global Exchange Programme are registered on anon-degree basis for mainly undergraduate courses. Access to graduatecourses is very limited and restricted.Admission at graduate level is awarded on a case-by-case basis and only if thestudent has a bachelor’s degree in the desired field of study.* One full academic year counts for 60 ECTS or equivalent. Exceptions apply to certain faculties, whichyou will find in the Faculty Specific Requirements.General requirements Two years ofacademic education* GPA of 3.0 (USsystem) A relevant academicbackground in theproposed field ofstudy. Non-native Englishspeakers shouldprovide proof ofproficiency in theEnglish language.

General Requirements and Faculty CriteriaGeneral requirementsStudents should have at least two years of academic education*, a grade point average of 3.0 (US system)and a relevant academic background in the proposed field of study.* One full academic year counts for 60 ECTS or equivalent. Exceptions apply to certain faculties, which you will find in the Faculty SpecificRequirements.Language requirementsNon-native speakers of English should provide proof of proficiency in the English language by means of aTOEFL, an IELTS or a CAE test report. (English language scorecard requirements page 4.)Faculty specific requirementsThe relevant academic background will be assessed by the following guidelines: For courses in Humanities, students should have taken courses in any of the following subject areas forat least one full academic year: Art, Religion or Cultural StudiesArcheology & Ancient studiesHistory & American studiesDutch StudiesEuropean studiesEnglish Language and LiteratureLiterature, Language and Culture studiesMedia studiesPhilosophyFor courses in Social and Behavioural Sciences, students should have taken courses in any of the subjectareas below for at least one full academic year in order to be able to follow second year courses. It isrecommended to have accomplished courses on statistics previously. Note that in order to have access tospecialisation modules a background of two years in a specific field is required. SociologyCultural AnthropologyCommunication ScienceHuman GeographyUrban planningPolitical ScienceInterdisciplinary Social SciencesChild Development and EducationPsychology

For courses in Economics & Business, students should have completed at least two full academic yearsof courses in general economics, business economics, econometrics, actuarial sciences, management, ormarketing. They should also have passed courses in mathematics and statistics. The Law programme is intended for advanced law students who have completed at least two full academicyears in Law courses. The law programme is open for bachelor students but most law courses are offered atmaster’s level. Law students can apply for European Private Law courses, European Union Law courses,European Union Competition Law & Regulation courses, International Trade & Investment Law courses,Public International Law courses For courses in Science, students should fulfill the prerequisites as follows: Artificial Intelligence - application possible for 3rd year students of AI (and related sciences), Englishtaught courses in semester 1 only Biology - application possible for 3rd year students of Biology, English taught courses in semester 1 only Biomedical Sciences - application possible for 3rd year students of Biomedical Sciences (and relatedsciences), English taught courses in semester 1 only Chemistry - application possible for 2nd and 3rd year students of Chemistry Future Planet Studies - application possible for 2nd and 3rd year students of Environmental Studies (andrelated sciences) Interdisciplinary courses - application possible for 2nd and 3rd year students of all study areas Mathematics - application possible for 3rd year students of Mathematics Physics and Astronomy - application possible for 3rd year students of Physics and Astronomy, mostEnglish taught courses are offered in semester 1 Psychobiology - application possible for 2nd and 3rd year students with a Biology or Psychologybackground, English taught courses in semester 1 only The College of Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) welcomes exchange students with atleast two years of relevant academic experience in a similar interdisciplinary programme. Today’s major globalissues, such as the rise of populism, the debate between security and privacy, or global trade conflicts, are bestaddressed by a combined analysis through the lens of PPLE. The Bachelor’s in PPLE combines these fourdisciplines in one coherent honours programme. Incoming exchange students are eligible to take PPLE majorcourses offered in years 2 and 3, interdisciplinary electives and interdisciplinary seminars. Due to the smallscale nature of the PPLE programme, PPLE college reserves the right to review applications on motivation,background, study progress and GPA. Amsterdam University College is UvA’s honours college that offers a small-scale and intensive, internationalLiberal Arts and Sciences programme, taught entirely in English. This interdisciplinary programme focuseson far-reaching themes and real-world problems in science and society. All students live and study together onthe AUC international campus in Amsterdam East. Exchange students can apply to study at AUC with one anda half years of academic experience (instead of the regular minimum of two years), but must have a high GPAand strong motivation. Due to the small-scale nature and space constraints in their own dormitories, AmsterdamUniversity College has relatively limited availability and therefore reserves the right to review applications onmotivation, academic background, study progress and GPA

Global Exchange Programme for Master studentsStudents with a degree comparable to a Dutch Bachelor's degree can apply for master level courses HumanitiesMaster students can apply for courses in history, classics & ancient studies, archaeology, arts & culture,literary studies, European studies, media studies, linguistics, Middle Eastern studies, philosophy, Westernesotericism, modern European languages (courses in target language). Social SciencesThe Graduate School of Social Sciences organises exchange opportunities for the Research MasterUrban Studies. This is a selective Master's programme with a restricted number of places, meant forstudents with a thorough interest in the field of urban studies. This exchange programme is only open tostudents of partner institutions within this Master's programme. A limited number of places are availablefor exchange students who have shown that they have the right qualifications and potential to successfullyfinish courses of this research-oriented graduate programme. Child Development and EducationMaster students can apply for courses within the master's tracks Youth at Risk and Child Development andEducation (research master) and the course Democratic Citizenship and Education. Economics and BusinessGraduate students can apply for courses of accountancy & control, business economics, finance, businessadministration, economics, econometrics, actuarial science & mathematical finance. ScienceMaster’s students with a relevant bachelor’s degree can apply for master courses from the following disciplines:Astronomy and Astrophysics, Biological Sciences, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Chemistry, ComputationalScience, Earth and Life Sciences, Information Studies, Logic, Mathematics, Physics, Software Engineering,Stochastics and Financial Mathematics. The following courses/programmes are not open to exchange students:Artificial Intelligence, Biomedical Sciences, Security and Network Engineering LawAdvanced law students can apply for European Private Law courses, European Union Law courses,European Union Competition Law & Regulation courses, International Trade & Investment Law courses,Public International Law courses.

Language requirementsNon-native English speakers must provide proof of their English language proficiency.Language requirements Global Exchange Programme 2022-2023Please note: TOEFL IBT & TOEFL IBT Home edition are accepted. We don’t accept TOEFL ITP.

Course SelectionIn the application form, students are asked to select courses that they intend totake during their exchange in Amsterdam. Courses have to be chosen within theirdesired host faculty.The official registration for courses will take place after acceptance. Due to possiblechanges in the course schedule, the UvA cannot guarantee that the courses of yourwish list will actually be available during course registration. It is also possible thatat the time of your application, the latest course schedule has not been releasedyet. For application purposes, you may therefore select courses from the mostrecent academic year available. Students must take the majority of their courses intheir host department. In some cases it is possible to take one or two courses inanother department. This can only be arranged on a case-by-case basis by theinternational officer of your accepting faculty and is dependent on availability ofcourses and possible course requirements. Please note that registering for master’s(graduate) courses is difficult and competitive. The admission officer will evaluateon individual basis if the student has the required background. We advise allstudents to select courses that represent their current study level. Undergraduatestudents should select undergraduate (bachelor) courses.Acceptance at a UvA department or faculty does not automatically make youeligible for a course in that department or faculty. Courses may have specific entryrequirements or prerequisites. Please choose courses that reflect your currentbackground. Also keep in mind that the course schedule and availability of courseswill change, therefore it is best if your wish list of courses represents your intendedcourse preferences / study field but not necessarily a definite list of courses youare set on taking.ContactT: 31 (0)20 525 1401E: ng address:Valckenierstraat 65-671018 XE AmsterdamPostal address:University of AmsterdamStudent ServicesInternational Student AffairsValckenierstraat 591018 XE AmsterdamThe NetherlandsColofonUpdated February 2022University of AmsterdamNo rights can be derivedfrom the contents of thisbrochure.

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