News about education in the Netherlands
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.
Amsterdam University College has updated information about costs and fees for the 2014-2015 academic year. These costs consist of tuition fees for the Liberal Arts and Sciences programme and approximate accommodation and living expenses for students studying in Amsterdam.
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.
NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences has updated their application deadline for the most of undergraduate programmes, taught in English. As of summer 2014 prospective students from EU/EEA countries may apply until 1st September instead of 1st May.
Hanze University of Applied Science organises Intensive Summer Prep Course in Groningen for new undergraduate students, coming to the Netherlands from abroad. During this 2-week course you will familiarise with the Dutch culture and education methods, sharpen your communication skills, and participate in the social programme.
NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, in collaboration with Dutch research universities, offers English-taught higher education programmes in the fields of Leisure and Tourism. These programmes are taught at an academic level and allow students to obtain an internationally recognized Bachelor or Master of Sciences diploma.
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.
Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, offers motivated students an opportunity to join their honours (talent) programmes, tracks, minors, specialisations, and individual routes, which are considered as a Hanze Honours College. Honours students receive extras in their education and obtain an honours diploma with more value for the labour market.
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.
NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences represents new full-time Master in Game Technology programme which will be taught in English. This course has already received accreditation of the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Organisation and will accept first students on September 1st, 2014.