Are you interested in the ethical and legal implications of using face recognition to ensure security in airports? Get there by combining courses in Engineering with Philosophy and Law. Do you love analyzing political dynamics during the World Wars through the medium of fiction?

A degree in Politics, History, and Literature would be right for you! Do you want to do something completely different? Make your own combination!

University College Roosevelt (UCR) is for those with more than one interest, for those that are passionate about many different disciplines and topics. You can combine courses from different disciplines, while building a strong foundation in academic skills. UCR prepares you for your career in modern-day problem solving.

As you study at UCR,  you will be living in guaranteed housing in the historic city of Middelburg (the Netherlands). You will be surrounded by 500 students from all over the world.  


UCR offer a three year, English-taught B.A. or B.Sc. in Liberal Arts and Sciences. Students can combine courses in:

Arts & Humanities

  • Antiquity
  • Art History
  • Film, Theatre & Media Studies
  • History
  • Linguistics
  • Literature

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  • Performing: Music
  • Musicology
  • Philosophy
  • Religious Studies
  • Rhetoric & Argumentation
  • Electives: Languages


  • Data Science & Robotics
  • Electronics

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  • Energy & Flow
  • Sustainable Materials
  • Interdisciplinary Projects


  • Chemistry
  • Cognitive Science
  • Computer Science
  • Earth Science
  • Environmental Science

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  • Mathematics
  • Pre-Medical Program – Biomedical Science
  • Pre-Medical Program – Life Science
  • Physics
  • General

Social Science

  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Human Geography
  • Law

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  • Politics Science
  • Psychology
  • Research Methodology & Statistics
  • Sociology

📖 Information about the general program structure is available HERE

📖 Information about how to declare your major is available HERE

Admissions Requirements

  • International Baccalaureate: 30 point in classes (30/42)
  • A-levels: Three Academic A-levels with grade B or higher
  • American High School: High School Diploma with 3.0 GPA + four APs with grade 3 or higher
  • Japanese High School: Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Senior High School diploma) in the general/academic stream (no vocational subjects) and with an (average) score of at least 4.5 (out of 5)
  • If you are planning on an Engineering Major (or Minor), you will be required to have done a higher level Mathematics 
  • IELTS (minimum 7.0 overall with each section above 6.5); TOEFL 94; and equivalent
  • Students whose native language is English, who completed their high school education in English (i.e. IB, A-level, etc.), or Dutch VWO students with an 8 or above for English, ABITUR students with English grade 2 (10 points or more) can be exempted from the English proficiency requirements.

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Application Deadlines

  • Fall Intake (starting in September): April 1 for Non-EU applicants; May 1 for EU applicants
  • For Spring Intake (starting in February): October 1 for Non-EU applicants; November 1 for EU applicants

Application Fee

  • N/A

How to apply

Application process can be found HERE

Tuition Fees

  • EU-students: 3,543* Euro / year (*possible reduction in the first year)
  • Non-EU students: 9,091 Euro / year


  • UCR offers a handful of need-based and partial scholarships. More information is available HERE

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Denise Nijhuis, Coordinator Global Student Recruitment and Admissions

Sandra Reverda, Recruitment and Admissions Officer