What are the regular admission requirements?
You are always welcome to enrol in one of our intermediate vocational courses if you have completed your general secondary education. Your prior education
determines the level you can enrol in. Some courses have additional requirements. If you do not have a pre-vocational secondary school diploma or a document issued by your higher general secondary school that shows that you have passed year 3, you will start your career as a student at our college in an Entry course.
If you hold a foreign diploma, and/or if you are a non-native Dutch speaker, specific Dutch language requirements apply. Furthermore, although the main part of the course will be taught in English, it is a bi-lingual program, which means that your level of Dutch needs to be at least at B1.
This is a specific programme within the regular course. You will have to meet certain entry requirements to be admitted to this programme, which do not apply when you want to enrol in the regular course.
- A pre-vocational secondary school diploma for a theoretical programme, or
- A document that shows that you have passed year 3 of either higher general or pre-university secondary school, or
- A higher general secondary school diploma, and
- In any case, at least a pass mark 7 for English
This course requires you to participate in certain introductory activities. You will receive more information about these activities after your application for enrolment.
- AMN Talentscan following an acquaintance activity
- Meet for an introductory interview
Apart from the legally determined tuition/course
fees, you will have to take into account additional costs for learning materials and perhaps some extras.
For most courses, you will need books. A laptop might also be a specific requirement.
Depending on your course, you might also need special software or clothing.
Extras that are not mandatory
All curriculums are designed to help you enter the labour market as well prepared as possible. This may mean that we organise field trips or master classes for which you will have to pay an additional charge. We also believe it is important for you to buy your own tools or devices so that you can practise after school hours.
We keep the costs as low as possible without compromising quality. Any additional costs are determined in consultation with the student representative board. If the costs are a problem and you need help, there are several forms of financial support.
» More information about tuition fees and costs
Please find below an indication of the costs for the entire course.
MBO College Airport – indication of the costs of the entire course BOL: € 1.070
excluding a required laptop.