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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I enroll in a single course and start the MSc program later?
After completion of a single course, there may be options for you to apply for the full program MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online at a later date. The first step is for you to apply to the Utrecht Read More
Do I have to take the exams in the Netherlands or can I take exams in my country of residence?
For most courses, you can sit the exam in Utrecht, the Netherlands. However, if you have to take the exam from a different location, you will need to arrange a proctor. A proctor is an authorized Read More
Do you offer scholarships or funding?
The MSc Postgraduate Online is a privately funded program. The first 100 ambitious, high-achieving applicants are elibigle for the special tuition fee of €14.000 (normally €27.000, non EU/EEA). In Read More
How do I apply for the master program?
You will enroll through Utrecht University’s official application system Osiris. To enroll, please click the "Apply now" button on the MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online page. Complete the steps on Read More
How is MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online structured?
The program of MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online (90 ECTS) consists of: Core Courses in Epidemiology, Statistics and General Academic Skills (20 ECTS) Specialization courses in the Read More
How is Utrecht University and its programs ranked internationally?
Utrecht University is ranked in top 100 worldwide and is the #1 university in The Netherlands. For more information on the ranking of Utrecht and the value of your degree, check out the video Read More
Is MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online funded by the Dutch government?
The MSc Postgraduate Online is a privately funded program. This means that the program tuition fee is generally higher than state funded programs. Read More
What does ECTS mean?
ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer System* and represent the workload and defined learning outcomes of a given course or program. One European Credit stands for 28 hours of work. All core and Read More
What does online learning in this program mean?
Online learning with MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online means that you can study from any location in the world, as long as you have a working Internet connection. You will study via The Virtual Read More