You can register online or by phone or by mail. The detailed information about registering for the GRE can be found at www.yocket.in
Extracurriculars are always an add-on to your profile. Any achievements at the state or national and international level are considered important. Working for social causes such as for an NGO or charity trusts on a regular basis
The education institution usually sets a minimum qualification requirement for admission to the programme. If you know which diploma is required for the programme of your choice, you can check how your own diploma compares to this on the Nuffic website. It is essential that you speak, read and write English well. You must have passed an English language test. IELTS and TOEFL are commonly accepted, but institutions may accept other tests as well, like Cambridge English.
The required scores are at least 550 (paper based) or 213 (internet based) for TOEFL. For IELTS a score of at least 6 is required.
Your educational institution determines the conditions of your education. You must pass or have passed the following IELTS score:
You instantly start your main education: IELTS 6.0
You follow a preparatory period of a maximum period of 12 months: IELTS 5.0
You follow a preparatory period of a maximum period of 6 months: IELTS 5.5
To determine whether your diploma qualifies you to be admitted to a study programme, the higher education institution can consult Nuffic. The institution can request a written evaluation of your diploma, or they can use the online information on foreign education systems to make their own comparison. In addition to Nuffic’s advice, the institution can take into account specific requirements for admission to their study programmes. It is the institution that makes the final decision on the recognition of your qualification. This decision may not be completely in line with the initial evaluation by Nuffic. If you do not agree with the recognition decision, you can contact the admissions office of the higher education institution for more information.
Netherlands, just like many other European countries carry out admissions for international students via a dedicated central portal. In this case the central portal is called Studielink. Studielink is the common registration and enrolment application for all non-private institutions of higher education in the Netherlands. Students can use Studielink to submit a digital enrolment application to an educational institution. Studielink arranges the exchange of information between the current or prospective student and the higher educational institution. One should first check with the institution of your choice whether you are required to register via Studielink. Some institutions use a different method to register students from abroad! In case the university or institution has fixed a certain number of seats for a particular degree, then it is supposed to be a numerus fixus programme. Since the numbers of seats are limited, there will be additional criteria for granting one a seat, depending on whether there are more applications than the number of seats or not. for a Deadline for numerus fixus programme: 15 January and 1 May for all other study programmes is the general deadline, but it is wiser to check the exact deadline with the institute that you have chosen for your degree, as it may vary per institution and study programme.
For each academic year you can submit an application for a maximum of two numerus fixus programmes. The institution decides how many times you can participate in the selection of a specific programme. Medicine, Dentistry, Dental hygiene and Physiotherapy programmes are an exception; for these programmes you can only submit one application per programme per academic year. For example; you can’t apply for Medicine at two different universities, but you are allowed to apply for Medicine and Dentistry. If the number of students who apply exceeds the number of available places, a selection will take place between 15 January and 15 April. The education institution decides what the selection will look like and will provide you with further information.Applicants in the selection procedure will receive a ranking number via Studielink on 15 April. This number is determined by the institution, based on their selection criteria. Depending on your ranking number and the number of places available, you may or may not be offered a place.
If you are offered a place, you have to accept this place via Studielink within two weeks. If you don’t accept the place within two weeks, your place will be assigned to another student automatically. If you are not offered a place, there is still a small chance that one or more selected students do not accept their place. These places become available for the next student in line. For example, if there are 100 places available and one of the 100 selected students doesn’t accept, their place will be offered to the person with ranking number 101. Sometimes the number of applicants for a numerus fixus programme is unexpectedly lower than the number of places available. In this case all applicants will be offered a place on 15 April. You do still have to accept this place within two weeks via Studielink.
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