Applicants must self-report and submit all test scores without delay. We strongly recommend applicants take the required tests well in advance of the final submission deadline of 20 July. Please allow sufficient time for official scores to arrive by this deadline.
You are eligible to apply if:
Please note that you must have completed your preparatory education before enrolling in the PPLE programme.
Do your grades reflect that you will be able to maintain a good to excellent study level? PPLE is a small-scale and intensive programme and therefore a high study level is required to be able to successfully complete the programme in three years.
Please note that if we receive a lot of good applications, we will only select candidates with a higher grade point average. This entails that the current minimum GPAs may be raised if we receive a large quantity of outstanding applications.
Several PPLE courses require advanced math skills. Therefore, proficiency in math is an important entry requirement for PPLE. This requirement needs to be met by July.
If you are not studying maths or you are not sure that you will get a sufficient grade, you will need to show sufficient results from a recognised test centre well before your intended starting date. Any offer of acceptance will be conditional, pending the test results.
All PPLE courses are taught in academic English. That is why we require evidence of English language proficiency from non-native speakers of English. If you do not (yet) meet the requirements, any offer of acceptance will be conditional upon your meeting the test requirement before July.
Non EU/EEA applicants that don't meet one of the entry requirements can refer to the undergraduate foundation programme.