Information about signing up
You can register for school year 2022-2023 from 8 November.
If you meet the pre-education requirements of the programme you want to follow, you will be eligible for placement. After we check your application and pre-education, an introductory meeting follows. We then check if the programme really fits you and determine if a chance of success is real. Hopefully this is the case. If not or if you have any doubts, our study advisors can help you to consider your options.
Before you can start on one of the Summa International study programmes you have to take part in an intake meeting. After this meeting you will receive a (binding) advice about your suitability for the programme.
Limited number of places
Most of our international programmes have a limited number of places. It is important to sign up as early as possible if you want to start the programme. You will then have a better chance of being able to start, provided you meet the admission requirements. It is also wise to sign up for another programme that suits you.
If you register and the number of eligible students has already been reached, you will be placed on a waiting list. If a place becomes available, it goes to the next student on the waiting list.
If you have registered from November 8 via the link available at that time, you will receive a confirmation of your registration by email. If you have registered for a study programme with a limited number of places, the order of placement will be determined on the basis of the date and time of the confirmation of your registration. This also applies to a place on the waiting list if the available number of places is already taken. If we have received the registration, it will take 10 working days before you receive a message from us.
We can see this if your registration is complete. After registration you have received a confirmation email. After that it will take 10 working days before you receive a message from us.
At this point we can't see if a programme is already full. Even if the program already has a waiting list, it is worth registering. Places often become available again.