Can I enter Rotterdam University or Groningen University without a maths a-level?

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Hi! In my school we were made to choose subjects based on what we wanted to study in university and as studying abroad had never been an option for me until recently I didn’t take maths (in Spain I don’t need maths to study international business).

My concern then came whilst doing a little research on the Netherlands and finding out that to study in Groningen and Rotterdam I needed a-level maths.

Is it possible to get admitted without it? I was really considering going there but this threw me off completely as I thought there weren’t any specific requirements regarding specific subjects.
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Not sure about Rotterdam, but i am pretty sure groningen will take you if you do a math test here are their accepted certificates to lift deficiency per faculty
https://www.rug.nl/education/bachelo...t_9_7424_15470

I think rotterdam will have something similar
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Not sure about Rotterdam, but i am pretty sure groningen will take you if you do a math test here are their accepted certificates to lift deficiency per faculty
https://www.rug.nl/education/bachelo...t_9_7424_15470

I think rotterdam will have something similar
Wow, thank you so much! Do you know if the exam is hard to pass for someone who hasn’t done maths further than IGCSE? (I actually do maths but in Spanish and they are applied to business so I’ve done differentiation, matrices and logarithms... but it’s not the same as doing the actual A level.)
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Wow, thank you so much! Do you know if the exam is hard to pass for someone who hasn’t done maths further than IGCSE? (I actually do maths but in Spanish and they are applied to business so I’ve done differentiation, matrices and logarithms... but it’s not the same as doing the actual A level.)
You are welcome! I don't know, sorry :/ but i am sure they will have some sample papers online but i think it won't be as hard as a levels
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