InHolland University of Applied Sciences is an institution of higher education with several campuses throughout the western part of the Netherlands. The university is professionally involved with the student, the market and society as a whole. Internationalisation is very important for the university and therefore its education is focussed on both competences for surviving at the national labour market and internationally. International dimensions are added to the content of several degree programmes and the institution has partnerships with organisations in more than 35 countries. As described, the university has colleges throughout the western part of the Netherlands. These institutions are based in the following cities: Alkmaar, Amsterdam / Diemen, Delft, Haarlem, Rotterdam and The Hague.
Level of Education
InHolland is a university of applied sciences and is therefore focused on practical knowledge and competences. The school prepares its students not for academic research, but has a practical approach to the labour market. Education is competence based and tries to bring theory and practice together. InHolland offers only bachelor’s programmes.
International student programmes
InHolland University of Applied Sciences does not have a special association for international students. Nevertheless, the international office of the institution organises excursions and integration activities throughout the year. Furthermore, the international office organises a pick up from the airport or train station. InHolland has campuses in 6 different cities. Depending on the location you can also join a local International Student Network.
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.
Departments and Courses
InHolland University of Applied Sciences offers several English taught Bachelor programmes. These programmes are listed below:
- Accounting and Finance (Specialisation Finance and Control)
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Communication (International Communication Management)
- Information Technology (Mathematics and Applications)
- International Business and Management Studies
- Leisure Management
- Marketing (Marketing Management)
- Media and Entertainment Management
- Tourism Management (Tourism and Recreation Management)