If you are not a native English speaker, or if the language of instruction at your previous university was not English, we ask you to provide evidence of strong English language competence. Your level of competence should be equivalent to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The following test results, among other tests and certificates, will be accepted:
- paper based: 500
- computer based: 170
- internet based: 80
- >= 5.0 scores
- First Certificate (FCE)
- Advanced (CAE)
- Proficiency (CPE)
- UNICERT II, at least with grade C (3.0)
The acceptance of other forms of evidence for English language competency is at the committee’s discretion. To that effect, amount, level and evaluation (grades) of your English course or test must be identifiable for an adequate assessment.