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Admission & Selection

The Master of Facility & Real Estate Management is a selected entry programme in which we accept approximately 15 students per year. The Master has one intake per year, in September.

Applications for the Master are accepted all year round, however, we advise International applicants who need a visa to apply before the 1st of June and EEA students to apply before the 1st of July to ensure their application can be processed in time prior to the start of the programme.

Applicants will not be required to pay an application fee and can have their diplomas assessed free of charge by our Admission Office.

Each candidate is required to apply through Studielink and provide the following documents (as a set) to masters.hmsm@zuyd.nl to be considered for the Selection Procedure:

  • A copy of diploma and transcript of a 3 year/180 credit relevant Bachelor degree in Facility Management, Real Estate, International Business, Business Administration, Hotel Management, Hospitality Management, Built Environment or other related field of study. (Please note originals will have to be provided prior to the start of the programme)
  • Proficiency in English. As the programme is delivered in English, students have to provide proof of their level of English through an IELTS or TOEFL certificate. The English requirements are: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550, TOEFL 213 Computer-based, 79-80 IBT or Cambridge Advance exam or an alternative certificate of C1 level issued by the University’s academic secretary. (Please note originals will have to be provided prior to the start of the programme) (If you think you are eligible for an exemption of the English language requirement, you will be able to discuss this with the Selection board during the intake interview)
  • Copy of your passport
  • One passport photo
  • Motivation letter
  • Two reference letters (for example from previous employers or academic staff)

Based on the provided information, the university will make an initial assessment and schedule a personal interview (by webcam if necessary) with the Selection Board. After the interview applicants will be ranked based upon their academic transcripts, level of English, references, motivation letter and performance during the interview.

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