What is the procedure for numerus fixus programmes, i.e. limited places?

For some Bachelor programmes only a limited number of places are available. These are known as 'numerus fixus' study programmes. This means that even if you meet the admissions criteria for the programme, you are not necessarily guaranteed a place. You also have to be allocated a place on the programme via a selection procedure.

Check the description of your chosen study programme on our website to find out if there is a numerus fixus and how students are selected.

On our Application Procedures webpage you can find more detailed information about applying for a numerus fixus programme. Take careful note of the application deadlines, which are earlier than standard deadlines.