Tilburg University has begun offering a new English-taught Bachelor’s programme in Global Management of Social Issues as of 2015. In its first year, the programme saw 60 students enroll from 21 different countries, 75% of which came to the Netherlands from abroad. International students wishing to join this programme next year can benefit from 10 new scholarships which will cover living expenses and are worth € 10,000 a year, saving students up to € 30,000 in total for all 3 years of studying.
Times Higher Education has published the World University Rankings 2015-2016 on September 30th. 10 out of 13 Dutch research universities improved positions in the list. 8 institutions also made it into the top 100 of the overall ranking, up from 6 last year.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences offers its International Business Administration (IBA) students 8 different options for completing a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree. Their unique block system allows prospective students to join their chosen course 6 times a year.
Maksim Krupnov is a student of International Business and Management Studies at Fontys University. In this arrticle, he talks about his programme choice, studying at the university, and the introduction week in Venlo.
If you’re interested in studying an English-taught Bachelor’s or Master’s programme abroad then come visit one of our presentations in Moscow on 29 September, or St. Petersburg on 12 October, free of charge of course.
Along with the standard learning formats such as lectures, workshops, and internships, universities in The Netherlands always look for innovative approaches to learning that are able to improve the study experience and to elevate education to a higher level. One of these innovative approaches is called Problem Based Learning, or PBL. It was first implemented in Holland by Stenden University of Applied Sciences in the middle of twentieth century.
The 12th edition of the QS World University Rankings was published on September 15th, 2015, revealing top 800 universities in the world. All 13 Dutch research universities were scored among the best 300 institutions, while five of them have also made it into the top 100.
Are you interested in studying abroad in the fields of Hospitality and Leisure, Tourism, Logistics,Transport, Facilities and Real Estate Management? Then don’t miss an opportunity to explore study programmes at NHTV Breda University for free!
HAN University of Applied Sciences invites you to attend their Open Day events held on November 14th in Arnhem and November 21st in Nijmegen. These events will showcase the university’s English-taught undergraduate programmes and are a great opportunity for prospective students to learn more about the school and the courses available.
Did you want to start your study in the Netherlands in September, but missed the application deadlines? Start your programme in February! Many of the Bachelor’s degrees offered at Dutch universities of applied sciences and some Master’s programmes at research universities have 2 intake periods. There are also a number of preparatory courses that begin in February.