Woolf seeks to implement its admissions criteria consistently and in a transparent manner. All Woolf admissions procedures reflect respect for the training of other institutions.
The minimum eligibility requirement for every course consists of prerequisites for the course level. For example, graduate-level courses (EQF level 7) require you to have completed an undergraduate degree (EQF level 6).
The minimum qualification is often not enough to achieve an acceptance to study at Woolf. Places for study at Woolf are limited by the availability of academic experts, and places are thus awarded on a competitive basis, always taking into account the following three criteria:
- Evidence of academic ability, including both proven and potential excellence (and including periods of prior learning, both formal and formal).
- Aptitude of the student to benefit from a personal education, namely, tutorials and supervised, independent research
- Competence and interest for pursuing the course subject
Applicants are always evaluated on the basis of evidence submitted in the application to study.