Inholland University of Applied Sciences

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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

About

Education

On nine campuses in the Randstad, we offer around 80 bachelor programmes in all fields of study: from healthcare to economics, from technology to education. In addition, Inholland is home to seven master programmes. All our courses are geared towards the needs of the professional field, resulting in top-quality degrees with contemporary and in-demand graduation tracks.

Research

Our courses of study also include a solid research programme. Together with our research professors, we pay crucial attention to practical research in particular. Not only does this help us to strengthen the quality of our education but it also enables us to make valuable and important connections with the work field. Practical research helps us to be able to work on difficult issues with which society is struggling and to do this in a socially responsible manner.

Career

To turn knowledge into economic growth and jobs is one of our greatest challenges. That's why Inholland University of Applied Sciences wants to cultivate entrepreneurship in its students. Inholland aims to have a close relationship with students, the market and society. Accordingly, entrepreneurship is not an optional subject but an integral part of our study programmes.

Bachelor's programmes

Arts, Design & Architecture (2)
Business & Management (2)
Engineering & Technology (2)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)
Journalism & Media (1)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (1)

Services

Student services

The Service Desk can assist you with:

  • your identity card (paying for print and copies and eating in the restaurant)
  • questions regarding computers and passwords
  • brochures in English about IT
  • renting digital equipment
  • accommodation and requirements
  • reserving meeting rooms

Housing services

  • Inholland University of Applied Sciences has an agreement with DUWO housing agency in order to provide furnished accommodation near the university building. The student accommodation is meant for all international students, and for Dutch students who will study IBIS and live more than 80km away from Diemen.
  • Inholland Haarlem has a spacious and modern student accommodation next to the campus. The building was previously a post-secondary technical school associated with Inholland University with 4 meter ceilings.
  • The accommodation has a shared community living room/kitchen with TV, a building elevator a laundry area with two washing machines and two dryers, and a roof patio open to all residents.

ICT services

Inholland has numerous computers and computer rooms on every floor and throughout the building. Each student has a school account with a login ID and email address.

The intranet and app connect students with staff, project groups and study groups. It helps students stay up-to-date on all school news and activities.

Student Life

Campus life

  • The Inholland Amsterdam/Diemen campus has over 11,000 students from 70 different countries.
  • Inholland Delft is sharing the building and facilities with Delft University of Technology.
  • Haarlem is a student town with study programmes and activities for everyone. In an adorable Dutch village setting, students can combine theoretical knowledge with practical learning.
  • Inholland The Hague is a friendly and ambitious location which takes note of the social challenges of the city and events in the worlds of international business, politics and government.

Student clubs

  • Inholland is based in cities that boast large number of student associations. From extreme sports to art, and politics to music - there is plenty to choose from! Joining a society is a great way to meet like-minded people and expand your network.
  • Erasmus Student Network is an international student organisation whose mission is to encourage mobility in higher education under the principle "Students Helping Students". Besides organising the Mentor System, ESN can give you support before and after your arrival.
  • ESN helps international students to integrate in the Netherlands by organising social, cultural and sports activities.

Accreditation

Only degrees awarded by the programmes published on this website are recognised by all the authorities in the Netherlands and Flanders.

Internationally, the Qrossroads website lists accredited programmes from European countries. All Inholland programmes are accredited. For more information, please check NVAO

The Global Study Awards

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