News about education in the Netherlands
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.
Stenden University of Applied Sciences is one of the few vocational universities in the Netherlands, which runs their own learning company, the four stars Stenden University Hotel. This is the real business hotel, where students of Stenden’s International Hotel Management School study and work during the first 3 years of their study programme.
Bachelor’s programme in Leisure Management at Stenden University was named the best in The Netherlands by the Keuzegids Student Guide 2014. In 2013, this programme has been also celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Trying to pick up an education in the Netherlands? Stenden University invites you to take part in their International Open Day, scheduled on Friday, June 6th, 2014. Come and find out if this is the university for you!
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.
Stenden University of Applied Sciences provides all new international students with a number of events and programmes which aim to facilitate their first days and months in Holland and at the university.
Stenden University of Applied Sciences is known for its international programmes in Hotel, Tourism, and Events Management. Stenden’s quality of education can be seen in the accounts given by various students, staff members, and employers of Stenden graduates, such as the two testimonials given below.
Tamara Buzyuk, student of Media and Entertainment Management (MEM) at Stenden University of Applied Sciences, tells about this Bachelor's programme, its importance, structure, facilities, and goals.
For those who want to start their study at Stenden University in February, it is still not too late to apply! The deadline to apply (for EU citizens) is 17th of January. If you are coming from a non-EU country, the next possibility for the intake is in September, since the deadline for February is 1'st of November (for non-EU citizens).
The Stenden University Grand Tour is a unique opportunity for students at Stenden University of Applied Sciences. This tour gives participating students the chance to complete part of their study at one of the Stenden international branch campuses in South Africa, Qatar, Thailand, or Bali.