Depending on your question, you get in touch with the University of Twente or Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Get in touch with the right person and make your choice below.

  • Questions about studying at the University of Twente?

    Do you have any questions regarding one of the programmes of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and University of Twente? Call or mail with our Study Information Centre. A team of enthousiastic students is awaiting your questions.

    Telephone: +31 (0)53 489 54 89. We are available on weekdays from 09.00 - 17.00 hrs. 


    During our opening times, we are also available via Whatsapp: +31 (0)6 487 952 39. You can't use this number to call us.

  • Questions about studying at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam?

    For questions about what it's like to study at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, you can contact VU at or by calling +31 (0)20 – 598 5000 (Monday-Friday from 10.00-16.00h). You can also Whatsapp to +31 (0)6 107 873 17.

  • Questions about registration, admission, visa or studielink?

    Whether you want to study at the VU Amsterdam or the University of Twente, you apply through the University of Twente.

    Have you made your study choice and do you have questions during the application process, get in touch with Student Services.

Visit the University of Twente

What will you study and where? The University of Twente helps you choose! Sign up for one of our orientation events.

Visit Vrije Universiteit amsterdam

If you want to get to know Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, you can go to one of the VU Bachelor Days. You can also experience what it's like to study at VU during a Taster Day which will be organised once or twice a year. Or you can join a first-year student to a real first-year lecture on campus, ask the students all your questions and become a student for a day!

Contact form

Thank you for your interest in the University of Twente. Your enquiry is important to us and we aim to reply to your email within one week. If you have a more detailed question it may take longer for us to respond. Kind regards, University of Twente.