Liberal Arts and Sciences: Global Challenges (BA/BSc)
As LUC The Hague only has 200 places available for first year students, we select students based on multiple factors in order to assess best fit.
All applicants have to go through a selection procedure. Without going through this selection procedure, you cannot receive an offer to start your studies at LUC. Below you will find information regarding each step.
Selection Procedure steps
Complete applications are evaluated by the Admissions Office to determine the admissibility. If a student does not meet the minimum requirements, they will be informed. Complete applications that do meet the minimum requirements are evaluated by the Admissions Committee.
The Admissions Committee holistically reviews your application to determine whether you are a good fit for LUC The Hague. We will evaluate not only your academic skills, but also for example your motivation and (community) involvement. A selected number of students will be invited for an admission interview.
If a candidate is not selected for an interview, (s)he will be informed by the Admissions Office and the Admissions Office will determine whether the applicant can still be considered for an interview in the second round of admissions (1 April).
An admission interview is part of your selection procedure. The aim of such an interview is to get to know you better and to understand what your motivation is to study Liberal Arts and Sciences and in particular the Global Challenges programme offered by LUC The Hague.
If you are selected by the Admissions Committee for an admission interview, you will be invited for an online interview. You will be able to schedule your own interview date and time through an online booking system. Please see this information sheet for more information and how to prepare.
The Dean of LUC The Hague makes a decision regarding your admission based on the recommendation of the Admissions Committee.
You may either be offered a place in the programme, re-considered in the second round of admissions, or receive a rejection.
Please not that it is not possible to defer the start date of your studies if you receive an offer. Should you wish to start the following academic year, you will have to re-apply.