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Professional student athletes at Hanze UAS, Groningen can integrate their training sessions and competitions into their regular degree programme and can even receive a top sport study grant!


If you’d like to find out more about Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, but can not make it to the Netherlands to take part in the scheduled Open Day events, Hanze has the solution for you. You can still get an impression of this university anytime and from anywhere by visiting the Hanze UAS virtual Open Day!


Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen has published their annual report for the 2013 year. In this paper, Hanze UAS summarised its main goals and achievements, including positions in national rankings such as Keuzegids, Elsevier, and the Student Satisfaction Survey.


India is one of the top five non-EU countries that have shown a significant interest in having their students study in The Netherlands. Here is what some of students from this country had to say about their universities and programmes, including advices and tips for other interested students.


Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen provides a € 3,500 scholarship for non-EU/EEA students with top grades after the first year of education. Students who are granted this type of bursary will receive the amount each year of their study programme’s duration.



Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen will begin to offer an English-taught major in Game Design & Development as of September 1st, 2014. The educational approach will focus on personal skills, innovations, entrepreneurship, and intercultural communication.


The Advanced Sensor Applications Bachelor’s programme of Hanze Institute of Technology prepares specialists that are able to become tomorrow’s leaders in the field of sensor technology. Graduates of this programme use innovations for developing and implementing new sensor systems, as well as managing and maintaining their functioning, and can find a job in any area they choose.


If you accepted at Hanze University in Groningen, you would definitely should learn to ride a bike. Hanze University offers to its students a special  “survival” course, which helps to international students to learn how to use a bicycle on Dutch roads.


An international student, Grace Omondi, explains why she really enjoys her Master programme in International Communication (MIC) at Hanze University and tells what she likes most about it.


Student story about study on International Biomedical Engineering Programme at the School of Engineering, Hanze University Groningen, University of Applied Sciences.