Applying and Requirements Global Project and Change Management

Students for the BBA programme Global Project and Change management  will be officially selected and have to meet our entry requirements. We will also inform you about our admissions procedure.

Windesheim Honours College officially selects students for this bachelor of sustainable development in accordance with the obtainment of the ‘small scale and intensive label’ from the NVAO. Therefor we select a maximum of 80 students. This will be achieved through a holistic selection procedure to find out whether you would be the right kind of student for our learning community. To be sure that you are able to follow our highly qualified degree programme, you need to meet our entry requirements. We'll also guide you through each step of our admissions procedure. 


The minimum requirements are:

• Dutch mbo 4 diploma, with GPA of 7.5*) and with proof of minimum English proficiency B2 level or international equivalent and havo level mathematics**, or
• Dutch havo or vwo diploma or international equivalent with a pass in English and Mathematics

*) If your average GPA can't be calculated, you need to provide evidence of above-average performance, e.g. a reference letter from your mbo school.
**) Your mathematics level will be tested at WHC

Diploma assesment

All diplomas have to be assessed to make sure they meet the requirements. Diplomas obtained outside the Netherlands are assessed by an equivalence evaluation procedure.

I have not completed my diploma yet, can I apply?

If you are still completing your diploma, you can also apply. Moreover: we advise you to apply early! You will receive a condition for your acceptance that you obtain the your diploma.

Need any help?

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