CHE welcomes students from all over the world, with different types of backgrounds.
You are welcome to join us if you are:
- a student from a university with an exchange agreement with CHE (Erasmus+ or other)
- someone who wants to join us with an OKP grant
- someone who wants to join us with his/her own financial means (free mover)
Requirements for admission are mentioned in the information for the programmes.
All international students fill out our online application form. In the application form, you indicate which ‘type’ of student you are.
Exchange students: Erasmus+ and other
Erasmus+ is the EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport.
Among other things, Erasmus+ aims to promote international student mobility by offering scholarships for study and traineeships.
If your home institution has an Erasmus+ Inter Institutional Agreement with our university or another Exchange Agreement, you can join us as an exchange student.
If you are not sure if your institution has an Agreement with our university, please contact email@example.com, or ask your own institution’s Erasmus+ office.
Exchange students do not have to pay a tuition fee at our university.
Your home institution can tell you if you are eligible for an Erasmus+ scholarship. For more information, visit the website of the European Commission.
Please note that, before you can apply, your home institution needs to nominate you as an Exchange student (Erasmus+ and other) to our university.
In order to do this, your home institution can send an email to our international office.
After you are nominated and accepted (we will inform you by email), please fill out the application form.
If you are an Exchange student (Erasmus+ and other) from within Europe, your home institution will inform you about Erasmus+ procedures.
If you are an Erasmus+ student from outside Europe, CHE’s international office will contact you by email about Erasmus+ procedures, after your application is accepted.
The CHE has signed the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, which states the rights of Erasmus+ students.
The application deadline for Erasmus+ students is May 1st.
The Orange Knowledge Programme aims to contribute to a society's sustainable and inclusive development. The five year programme is initiated and funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and managed by Nuffic.
The aim of OKP is to aid the development of the capacity, knowledge and quality of individuals as well as institutions in the field of higher and vocational education. Its scholarships are open to mid-career professionals in specific countries and can be used to follow a programme at CHE.
The country list is available on the Nuffic website. This scholarship is only available to students of max. 35 years old, who join our university in September.
The application deadline at our university is 23 March.
For more information and conditions, see Orange Knowledge Programme - Overview | Nuffic.
You first apply to CHE, using our application form. CHE will check your eligibility for the scholarship. If you are eligible, CHE will send you a link to the national registration programme for OKP (DELTA). Two months before March 23 DELTA will open, and you have to register yourself there. In June, Nuffic will inform CHE which applications will receive a scholarship. CHE will then inform all applicants.
Programmes for OKP applications
You can only apply for one 30 EC programme or two 15 EC programmes with a total of 30 EC.
It is also possible to join our international programmes if you are not an Erasmus+ student or someone with a scholarship. It is possible to pay for the course yourself, and join us for one or two consecutive courses. For tuition fees, see the information for the programmes.
The deadline for applying is May 1st.