If you have applied for your course or study programme based on prior learning, we will receive a request from the Admissions Office for an assessment of this.
To be able to assess prior learning, we require written documentation which clearly shows the qualifications that your prior learning is equivalent to in your view.
Prior learning in relation to entry requirements:
We can offer you the opportunity to demonstrate your prior learning by means of a written test at the Department.
This does not apply to all languages and it requires you to have good abilities in the language, which you may have because the language is your native language, or because you have studied or lived in the country where the language in question is spoken. This applies to our first-cycle courses. You cannot be admitted to other levels of study without academic studies that are assessed to be equivalent to previous levels.
Contact the study counsellor of the language in which you believe you have sufficient entry requirements.
You can do a diagnostic test in English, French, Spanish or German to test your prior learning. A diagnostic test can only be taken once. You can find information and a link to apply for this test on the following page:
Diagnostic test – prior learning (link to page in Student Portal)