Please note that you will need to plan your preparatory work and the actual test yourself. We strongly recommend you take any necessary tests well in advance of the submission deadline in July. The websites mentioned below have more information on their test schedules.
PPLE College only accepts sufficient test scores that have been obtained less than two years before the start of the programme.
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.
Any offer of acceptance will be conditional, pending the diploma or test results.
The specified scores below are minimum admissions requirements. The higher your scores, the better your chances of proceeding further in the admissions procedure. When you send in the results, please refer to the contact details of test centres below.
The Mathematics Institute of the University of Amsterdam (KdVI) organises mathematics deficiency courses in Mathematics A and in Mathematics B. The online math deficiency courses are taught in English and will prepare you for the exam. It is also possible to prepare for the exams by self-study. More information on the courses, costs, and exam dates can be found here.
Exam dates are December 7th and March 17th
If you are unable to take the test offered by KdVI or OMPT, we will also accept the following tests:
PPLE institution code 7932 for SAT
For immigration purposes, all students who are required to apply for a visa or residence permit must demonstrate that they will meet the mathematics requirement before 1 May. Thus you either need to provide PPLE College with sufficient test scores of one of the beforementioned test providers before this deadline, or your most recent secondary education transcript demonstrates that you will meet the mathematics requirement through your diploma.