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 ‘Learning in a Network Society’.
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.
The THUAS Alumni Network is the perfect informal way to expand your network. It is both worthwhile and relevant when looking for your first job or making a career move. We already have more than 80,000 alumni worldwide in our network, which is not only enormous and valuable, but also offers a wide range of knowledge and experience.
Here you will find more than 16 million internship and job opportunities at international companies in the Netherlands and abroad. The GoinGlobal database is updated daily.
Looking for an easy and efficient way to job hunt? THUAS recently partnered up with Joblift, a search engine with more than 300,000 jobs from more than 100 partner job boards.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Bachelor at The Hague University of Applied Sciences!
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.
THUAS partners with DUWO Accommodate, specialists in student accommodation. DUWO has around 400 furnished rooms in close proximity to the main campus available for new international students.
All the rooms are fully furnished. Depending on the type of room, you may have your own kitchen, shower and toilet, or you may share a kitchen, shower, toilet, and other common areas with one or more students of THUAS. A bed linen set and a basic kitchen inventory package will be waiting for you upon arrival.
The Hague University of Applied Sciences has a central library in the main building on Laakhaven and locations on Laan van Poot, in Zoetermeer and in Delft. The library’s study and workspaces, information sources and services are available to all the students and staff of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
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.
Where ADO enjoyed an illustrious past, the Municipality of The Hague and The Hague University of Applied Sciences are now joining forces to create the Zuiderpark Sports Campus. In 2017, the Sports Campus will offer top-class facilities for sports, education and movement, and will also be the new home for the HALO programme (Teacher Education in Physical Education) and Sports Management programme. The Mondriaan regional training centre will be joining with its Lifestyle, Sports and Movement programme.
From a trade 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 student association that you can join.
Interaccess is a social organisation for and run by international students in The Hague. It aims to improve contact between international students and other students in The Hague, by organising speakers, presentations, festivals and debates. Weekend activities include bicycle trips, poker tournaments and parties.
All Master’s degree programmes offered by the Academy of Masters & Professional Courses are accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).
The professional courses are also accredited (or in the process of accreditation) by various organisations, including the Post-graduate Education Foundation of the Netherlands (SPHBO). The pages on the various professional courses show the accreditation requirements.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.