Are you interested in a Master’s program at Wageningen University & Research after your Bachelor’s at another university? Then take a look on this page. Here you will find the experiences of students who have completed their Bachelor’s at a different universities and are now doing a Master’s program in Wageningen. Besides that, you will find information regarding admission.
On the website doorstroommatrix.nl you can find an overview of which Bachelor’s programs allow transfer to which Wageningen University & Research Master’s programs.
Please note that the overview gives an indication and not a guarantee that you will be accepted into the Master’s program. The admissions committee will asses each application separately.
For different programs a pre-Master or a minor is required. For more information about this, please contact the Study Advisor of your intended Master’s program.
Anouk | BSc Biology | MSc Animal Sciences
I could not choose between two specializations therefore I did them both
Elke | BSc Biology | MSc Biology
You can decide where and about which subject to write your thesis
Jopy | BSc Social Geography | MSc International Development Studies
Through the field experience of the international students the course material is brought to life much more
Nick | BSc Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology | MSc International Development Studies
The program calls to my involvement in certain themes and gives me the freedom to pursue my own interests
Bernadette | BSc International Relations and International Organizations | MSc International Development Studies
During the lectures there is a lot of room for discussion and own ideas are very much appreciated
Iris | BSc Geography and Planology | MSc Landscape Architecture and Planning
During one of my courses I wrote an advise for the province of Utrecht
Kim | BSc Biology | MSc Biology & MSc Plant Sciences
At the end of my Master’s Biology I decided to specialise further in Plant Sciences
Mischa | BSc Biology | MSc Biology
Here I can combine Marine Biology and Molecular Biology