For information on how to apply to undergraduate (Bachelor) and graduate (Master) programs, please see the Utrecht University website. The UMC Utrecht is a partner of Utrecht University and is responsible for Biomedical Sciences and Medicine programs.
There are varying levels of exchange at the UMC Utrecht and eligibility requirements differ for each category. In some programs, the International Office, UMC Utrecht has contract agreements with particular institutes in which student exchanges are supported both practically and financially. .
1. Utrecht Summer School: foreign students who wish to study for a summer (1-6 weeks).
2. Clinical or Scientific Internships: foreign medical students who wish to complete either of these at the Faculty of Medical Sciences.
3. Medical Degree: foreign students who wish to study and complete their medical studies at UMC Utrecht.
4. Bachelor's in Biomedical Sciences: foreign students at the Bachelor’s level who wish to enroll in English-taught courses in the Biomedical Sciences.
5. Master’s in Biomedical Sciences: foreign students at the Master's level who wish to enroll in English-taught courses or complete a research project in the Biomedical Sciences.
6. Clinical Health Sciences: foreign students who wish to study Clinical Health Sciences (Nursing, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy).
7. Erasmus Student Exchange Program of the EU: students at least in their 2nd year of studies who attend an institute participating in the Erasmus University Charter.
8. PhD at the UMC Utrecht, please see the International Researchers tab.
The International Office has partnerships with various foreign medical schools and universities, and is continuously in the process of establishing new partnerships. Through these collaborations, the Onternational Office has developed agreements that enable foreign students to study at the UMC Utrecht without paying additional administrative fees, such as tuition at the host institution. For more information, please inquire with us
The cost of living and studying in Utrecht will vary. However, the Utrecht University website for International Students
has guidelines that may help you plan your finances.
In general, all students are responsible for travel expenses, housing (in most cases) and living expenses. The International Office, UMC Utrecht has contract agreements with particular foreign institutes for student exchange, where some fees and/or costs are waived. Contract Institutions are listed where appropriate in each of the Program sections. Please contact us
for more information. Grantfinder.nl
is a good site for students (both undergraduate and graduate levels) who wish to study in The Netherlands. Accepted foreign students are not responsible for bench fees.