Hogeschool van Amsterdam

A-Z Students European Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

Student pool

Would you like to assist with admissions activities for prospective students? On this page you can find more information about the activities and how to sign up.

Assisting with an activity

The School of Health will post an announcement on your MyAUAS home page for volunteers in September. If you participate in an activity, you will receive remuneration in the form of specialisation hours or cash (no travel expenses).

How to apply

Send an e-mail to instroomfg@hva.nl with your:

  • first name and last name
  • phone number
  • student number
  • HvA-ID
  • programme and study year
  • secondary education (mbo, havo, vwo or else)


  • Marieke Siebrecht - admissions coordinator
  • Lynn Sangers - communications officer




Monday to Friday, 09.00 - 17.00.

On Open Days you welcome visitors, answer questions, and assist with trial lessons. You get a quick briefing in the morning.

Open Days are held four times a year, three Saturdays from 10.00-14.00 and one evening from 18.00-21.00. Each degree programme runs presentations and trial lessons on an Open Day. Visitors can ask questions to students and teaching staff from the same education programme, get a taste of things to come, and find their way around the building. See also amsterdamuas.com/openday .

Remuneration: specialisation hours or cash

6 hours of specialisation or cash (€9 per hour).

You visit secondary schools in groups of two or three to hold information sessions on the degree programmes. You are trained in advance on how to deliver a presentation. The PowerPoint presentation itself is also provided.

Remuneration: specialisation hours or cash

5 hours of information sessions: specialisation hours or cash (€9 per hour).

The aim of the trial study sessions is to help prospective students to choose the right degree programme. Prospective students can sign up for a pre-arranged half-day programme consisting of a trial theory tutorial and a practicum. You welcome the prospective students and assist the lecturers in the classes and answer questions.


Two dates in November and December.

Remuneration: specialisation hours or cash

4 hours per session, specialisation hours or cash (€9 per hour).

You can give lessons (not programme-specific) at secondary schools where the difference between HAVO and AUAS education is central. You are trained beforehand.

Remuneration: specialisation hours or cash

4 hours per school visit/lesson, specialisation hours or cash (€9 per hour).

At AUAS the study check applies to the Ergotherapy & Remedial Therapy programmes (the selection for Nursing and Physiotherapy is decentralised). Those who have applied for the following academic year are invited beforehand – in June and July – to the programme. They are given a preparatory assignment, a list of theoretical and practical themes, and a test. The study advice is based on the results.

Your job is to welcome prospective students to the activities and answer questions.


Number of hours, specialisation hours or cash (€9 per hour).

Published by  Faculty of Health 5 March 2018