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Why should I study here?

As a university of applied sciences, we see it as our social mission to provide our students with quality. Those who study at Inholland University of Applied Sciences can be assured of top-quality professional education, both in content and norms and values. Our university is warm and friendly and is known for its personal touch and commitment to students.

What are the admissions criteria?

Applicants need to apply by May 1st through the studies link.  Students must have a high school education which is equivalent to the Dutch "HAVO".  For most countries (including the US), this is a regular high school diploma.   Any three-year programs require VWO equivalence (IB diploma, 4 AP scores of 3+, A levels, 1 year of college). Country-specific requirements for the levels can be found here.

What is student life like?

Selecting a university of applied sciences is not simply a case of finding a degree program that suits your talents and career choice. It is also about finding a place that makes you feel at home. Our programs are spread out over eight campuses across the cultural, political, and industrial heart of the Netherlands: the Randstad. These locations are strongly linked but each of them has its own individual character.  Our English bachelor's degrees are taught in Amsterdam/Diemen, Delft, Haarlem, and The Hague. Inholland Diemen has an informal atmosphere with lots of pleasant study rooms. Inholland contributes to local and international challenges in professional practice. We do this through education and by conducting applied research for professional practice. Leading the way on the themes of sustainability, health, and creativity, students and lecturers work on real-life issues from professional practice. They do this in consultation with businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and education and research institutions.

Scholarships & Funding

In addition to the 5000 euro Holland Scholarship, non EU students can apply for the  2600 euro Knowledge Grant. 

Housing options.

We know that finding the right accommodation is very important for our students. Choosing a place to live which suits your needs and budget can be a challenge.  It is your own responsibility to find accommodation before your arrival.  Inholland advises all students to start searching for accommodation at least 4 months prior to arrival by checking our offer and recommendations on our website. Universities in The Netherlands do not own student accommodation. Inholland reserves a number of rooms with housing providers for first-year international and exchange students. As Inholland is not a campus university, we do not offer on-campus accommodation. Some Inholland locations offer a limited number of rooms for international and exchange students. These rooms are off-campus and are allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please note that there are not enough reserved rooms for all incoming international and exchange students. Most first-year students will have to look for accommodation independently. Therefore, do not limit your options and also look for accommodation on the private market. Each Inholland location provides a list of recommendations on its web page.

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Additional notes.

The Universities of Applied Sciences are quite reputable in the Netherlands and provide a way for students without the IB/AP requirements held by the Universities to study in this very cool country.  That said, students should be aware of extra requirements that may be necessary when applying for graduate school. Read more here.

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