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Inholland University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam/Diemen

Inholland University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam/Diemen

 

Inholland University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam/Diemen

 

University type
University of Applied Sciences
Degrees offered
Bachelor, Associate degree
Accredited by
Netherlands Government
QS Ranking
Not ranked
TH Ranking
Not ranked
City
Amsterdam
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University description

Inholland University of Applied Sciences in Diemen offers a wide range of professional degree programs in a number of subject areas. English taught degree programs include: International Communication Management, International Business Management Studies, Mathematics and Applications. Inholland programs are also offered at campuses in: Alkmaar, Haarlem, The Hague, Dordrecht, Delft, Hoofddorp and Rotterdam.

Educational environment
Inholland University of Applied Sciences is an ambitious institution of higher education in the western part of the Netherlands. Its vibrant learning and working community and particularly its scale is ideal for students who are keen to develop their theoretical knowledge as well as their practical skills. Offering competence-based learning, Inholland University of Applied Sciences is professionally involved both with the student, the market and society as a whole.

Quality
In order to develop the quality of all higher education programmes offered by Inholland it has many strategic   cooperation agreements with educational institutions both within the Netherlands and with more than 60   universities and higher education institutions abroad. The campus sites all have excellent ICT facilities and state-of-the-art purpose built accommodation. A large number of lectors conduct applied research in a range of fields.

Internationalization
An increasing number of Inholland graduates are now working for international organisations. The best way  to prepare students for their future careers in such an international environment is to familiarise them with it during their degree programme. Every year some 450 Inholland students go on an exchange to one of the 60 universities we have cooperation agreements with. Another 450 foreign students are warmly welcomed on their exchange at Inholland.

 But internationalisation at Inholland is much more than that. Where possible, an international dimension is added to the content of the degree programmes offered by Inholland. Working together with institutions and organisations in more than 35 countries is a crucial element of this internationalisation process.

The number of students with foreign secondary education qualifications enrolling at Inholland ranges from 2% to 18% depending on the subject of the degree programme.

Ask a student
What is it like to be a student at Inholland University of Applied Sciences?

No one can tell  you better than our own international students. They can tell how they made their choice and their experiences of studying a bachelor’s degree at Inholland. The students from the "Ask a student" team are available to answer any  questions via email Facebook or Skype. The team consists of students from Bulgaria, Romania, Germany, UK and several other countries and they are available and happy to help you!

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Departments

Communication & Media Department, Education Department, Engineering/Design and IT Department, Law and Public Policy Department, Management and Finance Department, Marketing & Entrepreneurship Department, Society and Welfare Department




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