Studielink has been modernised. In this
video, we’ll explain exactly what the changes mean for you. Studielink is the
enrolment application for institutions of higher education in the Netherlands. Studielink is only used for a few things. But these are important things. You use
it: to enrol on a study programme. To enrol for the new academic year. We call this re-enrolment.
To arrange payment of your tuition fees.
To terminate your enrolment on a study programme. So what’s changed? That’s what we’re about to tell you. We’ll also tell you why we’ve made these changes. We need your personal
email address. We need you to verify your unique email address once. This will allow us and your educational institution to keep you informed about
your enrolment and communicate efficiently with you.You’ll be given a
personal Studielink dashboard. The personal dashboard gives you clear and easy access to all the information Studielink has on you. That makes arranging your enrolment a lot easier. Some changes have been made to the login system, which we’ll explain to you now. As you can hear, Studielink has become more personal, so we want to make sure it’s really you we’re communicating with.
Naturally, Studielink, also meets the latest security requirements. Because
each student is unique, we’ve been able to create generic logging processes for
4 types of students. Please check carefully which type of student you are.
Don’t bother trying to write this down, because the names of these types are far
too long, but they are super-recognisable. The already-studying-in-the-Netherlands-but-not-using-my-DigiD-yet” student. When you first enrolled for your studies, you were given a personal username and password.
Use these to log in and then enter your personal email address. If you’ve lost
your login details, you cannot request them in Studielink. There is absolutely no
reason to panic, though. Simply go to the student administration department at
your institution of higher education, and they’ll be able to help you 100%. The “living-abroad-and-wishing-to-study-in-the-Netherlands” soon-to-be student
Simply create a new account and also enter your personal and unique email
address. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to enrol on a study programme in the
Netherlands. Did neither of those two descriptions sound like you? Then you
need to pay attention now. The “living-in-the-Netherlands-and-wishing-to-enroll-on-a-stud-programme” soon to be student. You live in the Netherlands and want to
create a Studielink account for the first time. All you need is your DigiD and
a unique email address. If you haven’t recognised yourself yet, you must be this
last type. The “Dutch-student-already-studying-in-the-Netherlands”. You live in
the Netherlands and have a DigiD. Log in using your own DigiD from 10
October. Once you’re logged in, all you need to do is verify your personal email
address once. That wasn’t too hard was it? If it’s not quite clear yet, just watch
the video again. Or go to your educational institution and ask them
your question. They will certainly be able to help you. If you have any other
questions about Studielink, have a look at our frequently asked questions. Good luck with your enrolment.