Application procedure

If you comply with the admission requirements, you can apply for the Leisure & Events Management programme. Make sure you follow the right application procedure.

Application procedure for Dutch students

If you meet the admission requirements and you apply by 1 May at the latest, you will certainly be able to start your studies. If you apply after 1 May, Breda University of Applied Sciences will decide whether or not you will be admitted to the study programme. 

In case you have not obtained your secondary school diploma yet, you can already apply by submitting your current grade list.

Application steps

For students with a diploma from a Dutch educational institution the application consists of four steps:

  1. Enrol via Studielink
  2. Apply via My online Application
  3. Study Choice Activities (Matching day)
  4. Complete your registration; payment of tuition fee

Step 1: Enrol via Studielink

You are to apply through Studielink, the application and enrolment portal provided by the Netherlands Ministry of Education.

  • Go to Studielink
  • Login to your account or create an account if you do not have one yet
  • Apply for the right study programme
  • Once you have applied you can track the status of your application on your personal Studielink page

Step 2: Apply via My online application

Once you have submitted your Studielink enrolment, you will receive an email inviting you to follow up on your Studielink enrolment by applying in My online application. Here the study choice activity will start.

Step 3: Study choice activities – the Matching day

The study choice check of the Leisure & Events Management degree programme is aimed at giving applicants an accurate and realistic insight into their chances of completing the degree programme within its standard duration of four years. See also the admission requirements.

As from 1 December 2018 we will invite you to do an online assessment. You will be sent an e-mail containing the log-in details required for the online assessment.

After you have completed the online assessment, we will invite you to attend a matching day (which is a kind of taster day). The matching day consists of the following components:

  • Discussing the recommendations based on the online assessment results
  • Attending a short lecture
  • Carrying out a short assignment together with a project team
  • Taking an individual test (subject matter to be studied will be sent to you in advance)

Study choice recommendation
After having done the study choice activities you will receive a written study choice recommendation from Breda University of Applied Sciences: a confirmation that the study programme fits you indeed, or an urgent recommendation to address a few gaps in your knowledge and/or skills before starting on the programme.

Applying after 1 May
If you apply after 1 May * Breda University of Applied Sciences will decide whether or not you are admitted to the degree programme. The study choice recommendation will be binding and BUas will decide to either admit you to the study programme or not.

* The reference date of 1 May does not concern students who will finish the current academic year with a negative binding recommendation, elsewhere.

Step 4: Complete your registration: payment of tuition fee

The tuition fee is in most cases €2,143. In order to complete your registration, you need to confirm your digital authorization or pay your tuition fee. More information about study costs and payment.

We will keep in touch

During the entire application and registration procedure, BUas will keep in touch with you through email. Please make sure you read and respond to the instructions in time.

Dutch students who have any further questions should contact intakeleisure@buas.nl.

Application procedure for international students

If you meet the admission requirements and you apply by 1 May at the latest, you will certainly be able to start your studies. If you apply after 1 May, Breda University of Applied Sciences will decide whether or not you will be admitted to the study programme.   

In case you have not obtained your secondary school diploma yet, you can already apply by submitting your current grade list.

Application steps

For students with a diploma from a Non-Dutch educational institution (educational institutions from the Netherlands Antilles included) the application consists of four steps:

  1. Enrol via Studielink
  2. Apply via My online Application
  3. Study choice activities
  4. Complete your registration; payment of tuition fee

Step 1: Enrol via Studielink

You are to apply through Studielink, the application and enrolment portal provided by the Netherlands Ministry of Education.

You can track the status of your application on your personal Studielink page and in the progress overview in My online application.

Step 2: Apply via My online application

Once you have submitted your Studielink enrolment, you will receive an email inviting you to follow up on your Studielink enrolment by applying in My online application.

In My online application you will be requested to answer additional questions and to upload your application documents; CV, Motivation letter, ID, your secondary school diploma including list of grades and translation (if these documents are not in one of the following languages: English, French, German or Dutch) or your most recent list of grades if you have not obtained your diploma yet. 

Admission email
If you (conditionally) meet the educational requirements you will receive an admission e-mail. In case of conditional admission, you will be requested to upload your diploma documents and/or English test results in a later stage in My online application. 

You can track the status of your admission in My online application and in the your Pre-study portal. 

Step 3: Study choice activities

Choosing the right bachelor programme increases your chances of success. We will help you to find out whether the programme you have applied for is a good match. Study choice activities are mandatory for all applicants who apply for a Dutch bachelor programme without selection.

Completing these activities is mandatory, but the outcome does not influence your admission to the programme. A positive outcome can be taken as a good sign, a negative outcome means that we would recommend you to do further research into this programme and alternatives. 

After having received (conditional) admission, you will receive an invitation for the Study choice activities via e-mail. As part of these activities you can expect to receive an online questionnaire, questions regarding your motivation for choosing this programme and an online web lecture including a test.

Step 4: Complete your registration: payment of tuition fee 

In order to complete your registration, you need to confirm your digital authorization or pay your tuition fee. More information about study costs and payment.

We will keep in touch
During the entire application, selection and registration procedure, we will keep in touch with you through email. Please make sure you read and respond to the instructions in time.