Instructions on how to conclude a contract with a vocational training institution electronically.
FAQ Group: Getting offers
A contract with the vocational training institution can be concluded by a person authorised by you. The authorisation has to be certified by a notary.
A Medical Certificate for Minors Applying for Education and Employment (Form 086/a).
If there is a requirement in the information system, you must provide a medical certificate stating that your health is fit for the chosen programme
If you are under 18, you must provide a Child’s Health Certificate (Form 027-1/a) and a Medical Certificate for Minors Applying for Education and Employment (Form 086/a).
If there is a requirement in the information system, you must provide a medical certificate stating that you are in good health for the chosen programme.
- – Identity document (passport or identity card);
- – Medical certificate(s);
- – proof of education;
- – in the event of a change of your name, provide a proof of the change of your first/last name.
After you receive an offer to study, you can sign the contract during the specified period, for dates see: Key dates and deadlines.
In each admissions round you can receive only one offer to study.
When a vocational training institution makes an offer, you’ll receive a notification email to the address you have provided in the Centralised Admissions Portal and you can log in to Portal and view the offer. Once you receive an offer to study, you conclude a contract no later than the date set in the Centralised Admissions deadlines.