Admission to a One-Year Master's Programme: Language level required

Last Update: 
20 September 2019

For admission to a One-Year Master's programme (except the Master in Arts and Politics), English proficiency is required, which can be proved by the following English tests:

  • TOEFL 100
  • IELTS 7 
  • Cambridge English : C1 Advanced 

The English tests must not be older than two years on the deadline of the programme you are applying for.

If you are unable to provide scores from one of the above tests when submitting your application, please attach any relevant supporting material proving your English level. 

Examples of such material may be: a degree from an institution where English is the language of instruction (at least two years of study), proof of 2 years of professional experience in an English speaking country and/or in an exclusively English speaking working environment. 

The jury will take these documents into consideration, but please note that an English test may be required if the material submitted is not deemed sufficient to prove your English proficiency. 

Please note that on the application form you must upload your proof of English proficiency under "English Language test", even if your document is not a language test).

Some applicants may be exempted from a language test according to their situation. Please check our language test exemptions page.

Check the prerequisites and supporting material by programme. 

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