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The Roeterseiland Campus (REC) is one of the 4 city campuses of the University of Amsterdam and is located in the center of Amsterdam. Most lectures of the Bachelor's programme in Actuarial Science take place at the REC.
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Frequently Asked Questions
To help you quickly, we set up a list of (new) students' frequently asked questions, along with relevant information. Please refer to this information first as the response we will send to you via email will be very similar.
All the entry requirements can be found on the website, by clicking the tab 'Application and Admission'. Use the diploma calculator to check if you need any additional diploma requirements for the programme of your choice.
After submitting your application, the Admissions Office will evaluate whether your coursework in mathematics is sufficient for this programme. As part of this process, you might be invited to take an extra mandatory mathematics proficiency test. If this applies to you, we will inform after you have submitted your application. More information can be found on the webpage of the programme of your choice.
We will not offer any additional information than stated on our website. Only by submitting a complete application we can come to an informed decision about your specific case.
Eligibility to the programme
We do not offer any kind of pre-screening services and therefore we cannot provide you with a definitive decision on whether you will be admitted to this Bachelor's or not. We do not make statements about your eligibility by phone or email. We can only come to an informed decision about your eligibility by reviewing your complete application.
We provide a limited number of scholarships for highly talented non-EU students applying to one of our Bachelor's and Master's programmes. Each year, the scholarship application deadline is on 1 March for students applying for the next academic year. Applications handed in after the scholarship deadline will not be taken into consideration.
Were you unable to find the answer to your question about application and admission? Please do not hesitate to contact us. We are experiencing a very high volume of incoming questions, which results in long response times (approximately 7 workdays).
You can fill out our contact form if you were unable to find an answer to your question about application and admission on our website. Please use one contact form to ask one question.
Did you already start an application for one of the programmes offered at UvA's Economics and Business and do you have an admissions related question? Make sure to have your UvAnetID (student number) ready and use this question form.
Do you have an admissions related question, but haven't started an application for one of the programmes offered at UvA's Economics and Business yet? Make sure to use this form.
Due to an increased volume of calls, waiting times may be longer than usual. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
- On weekdays from 14:00 - 15:30 (CET)
Phone number: +31 (0)20 525 4327
The Admissions Office is closed on these national holidays:
- Friday 15 April - Easter Friday
- Monday 18 april - Easter Monday
- Wednesday 27 april - King's Day
- Thursday 5 May - Liberation Day
- Friday 6 May - Collective day off UvA
- Thursday 26 May - Ascension Day
- Friday 27 May - Collective day off UvA
- Mon 6 June - Whit Monday
- 26 December 2022 - 1 January 2023 - Christmas week/New Year's