On this page you can find information on what to expect after your application.
When you disagree with the decision about your admission to a degree programme, you may submit an appeal. You will follow the procedure stated underneath.
Get in touch with the Admissions Office through this contact form. Indicate that you do not agree with the decision and ask for an explanation.
The Admissions Office will reply and will refer you to the concerning Admissions Committee if necessary. If you are unable to reach a solution within 3 to 4 weeks, you may consider to start a formal procedure to submit an appeal.
You have to submit your formal appeal within 6 weeks after the initial decision about your admission was made. Visit this webpage for more information about submitting an appeal.
PLEASE NOTE: The appeal period is not suspended during steps 1 and 2!
On the confirmation form you can indicate whether you will pay the MSc study from private resources (yourself or family) or by a sponsor.
In this latter case, your sponsor will be contacted to arrange the financial matters after the receipt and acceptance of your fellowship letter.
Students who pay for the study themselves will be informed about the payment possibilities
Students from non-EU or non-EFTA countries (except Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, United States and Vatican City State) require a special visa (ATR or in Dutch MVV) to study in The Netherlands.
It is not possible for students to apply for the ATR/MVV themselves. The International Office will start your entry visa/residence permit procedure after payment of the required fees and receipt of all required documents.
It is strongly recommended not to book a flight to The Netherlands before the entry visa has been approved.
Idealis is the main student housing corporation in Wageningen. You receive priority status as a house seeker when you live over 130 kilometres (as the crow flies) from Wageningen University. If you want to qualify for student housing via Idealis, you can register with Idealis after receiving their information
We strongly recommend that you attend the Annual Introduction Days (AID) before you start your study in September or February. This introductory programme helps you to get acquainted with Wageningen, university buildings, and to meet fellow students.