From its formation on 1 September 1987, THUAS has grown from 15 institutions into the most diverse and internationally oriented university of applied sciences in the Netherlands with 26,000 students and over 140 nationalities. Every year, we send 3,000 unique global citizens out into the world.
The primary objective of The Hague University of Applied Sciences is to provide high-quality education. The Centre of Expertise fosters this by:
The research activities at The Hague University of Applied Sciences are related to ‘The Next Economy’, ‘Quality of Life’, ‘Good Governance for a Safe World’ and ‘Connected Learning’.
Research is important for THUAS. Curiosity is part of our DNA and this is why we are always looking for relevant questions and new answers in our field. We do that in close collaboration with professionals from qualified practices and stakeholders from the wider society. This way we are creating new insights that are useful for our environment.
The Study & Career Centre at The Hague University of Applied Sciences is the perfect place to get answers to all your questions about choosing a study. A staff of twelve, including four study choice counsellors, would be happy to help you on your way.
If you would like to discuss your questions or uncertainties on an individual basis, the study choice counseller would be happy to help point you in the right direction with objective advice. He or she can explore your interests and ambitions together with you.
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Prospective and current students can find answers to any of their questions at our Study & Career Centre (SCC). Prospective students can find out more about our degree programmes on Open Days and at the various information fairs. They can experience what a degree programme ‘feels like’ by shadowing or taking part in an Orientation Programme. And of course the SCC is available to provide consultations or workshops to help them make their choice. The SCC is also the first port of call for current students with questions. By providing information materials, tests, assessments and advice, the SCC assists students in making their study or career choices.
It is important to find the right place to live during your studies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS). Finding accommodation is your own responsibility, but THUAS can provide you with some helpful information and guidance when making your living arrangements.
You can expect to pay around 350 to 850 Euros on average per month for student accommodation in The Hague. The price range varies depending on the location, service costs and whether you are prepared to share
The library offers an up-to-date collection of books, a large and broad collection of database, journals, theses, from nearly all study programs, educational videos / DVDs, e-books and much more.
Library items can be loaned and returned using the special self-service machine. Students use their student card to operate it, staff members can apply for a library card.
When working on an assignment, preparing for an exam or meeting with other students, you can use a variety of specially designed work and study areas on all of our campuses. You can also log into ‘our’ wireless network with your laptop, tablet or smartphone. Of course, we also have ‘fixed’ computer workstations.
Adequate Health Insurance for international students in the Netherlands should cover repatriation on medical grounds, urgent medical care and emergency hospital treatment for a minimum amount of € 30.000,- We also strongly recommend that students take out a third-party liability insurance. Such a liability insurance should have a coverage of approximately € 1 million.
The main campus of The Hague University of Applied Sciences is located on Johanna Westerdijkplein in a modern building located centrally close to the Hollands Spoor railway station. The building is home to more than 70 (full-time, part-time and dual) Bachelor’s programmes, 10 Master’s programmes and 20 post-graduate programmes, training courses and masterclasses.
At the main campus of The Hague University of Applied Sciences you can take part in physical activity. In the sports hall, where you can play football, basketball, volleyball and table tennis and in the fitness room. With the fitness pass you have access to both the fitness and the sports hall activities.
The fitness pass is valid from September until July and the costs thereof are 99 euro’s. The fitness pass grands you unlimited access to the fitness, where our instructors are prepared to help you achieve your goals. The fitness pass will also give you access to the activities in the sports hall.
From a student union to a leisure association and from an orchestra to the rowing club, a wide range of student organisations can be joined in The Hague, Delft and Zoetermeer. Your degree programme also has a study association that you can join.
If you would like to start a student organisation or association, or, would like to join the board of an organisation, Team Campus of THUAS can offer support and advice.
The Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO) accredits study programmes offered by Dutch higher education institutions. All international bachelors and masters programmes offered by The Hague University of Applied Sciences are recognised by NVAO.
I haven't started studying yet so there's not much to comment on. My first impression is that the teachers and students are very friendly
I had an interesting time at the school. The teachers are very kind and helpful. Even though I had difficulties working in a team, I'm trying to figure out the best way to improve it. Other than that, I had a great time studying.
The University offers a lot of different courses and tries its best to provide the best education possible. Unfortunately, this is also the reason why it feels like there is no structure at times.