Applying for admission
You must apply for admission if you wish to enrol as a first-semester or higher-semester student in a restricted-admission degree programme.
"Restricted admission" means that only a certain number of study places are available in selected degree programmes. These limits are also designated by the Latin term "numerus clausus" (NC) which literally means "closed number".
The allocation of study places in restricted-admission degree programmes is largely determined by the final grade on one's secondary school certificate. Consequently, the NC is often equivalent to the final grade received by the last applicant to gain admission to the programme.
Before applying, we recommend learning as much as you can about the degree programmes we offer and their corresponding application deadlines.