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Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen

3.9 out of 5 (166 ratings / 129 reviews) Groningen, Netherlands
Hanze University of Applied Sciences is a large, comprehensive university of applied sciences that has been educating skilled and committed professionals for over two centuries. Hanze graduates enrich those they come into contact with, both individuals and society at large. They share their talents and move the world. 

Bachelor's programmes

Arts, Design & Architecture (5)
Medicine & Health (2)
Computer Science & IT (1)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)
Humanities (1)
Social Sciences (1)

About

History

 In 1798 six leading citizens of Groningen founded the Academy for Draughtsmanship, Architecture and Seamanship, which became known as Academy Minerva thirty years later. In the end, this became Hanze UAS Groningen. 

Education

Applied research and innovation is highly integrated in our academic programmes. In addition to this Hanze UAS has various modern facilities on campus to offer its students. An overview of important information for international students can be found on our International Service Desk webpage. We hope to see you in Groningen soon.

Research

The University has multiple research groups:

  • Centre of Expertise Energy
  • Centre of Expertise Healthy Aging
  • Marian van Os Centre for Entrepreneurship 
  • Research Centre Art & Society
  • Research Centre Biobased Economy
  • Research Centre for Built Environment NooderRuimte 

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Services

Student services

The International Service Desk (ISD) assists students who wish to study for an exchange semester at a partner university. We help with the application procedure and practical information. The ISD also processes the applications of incoming exchange students from partner institutions who want to follow an exchange programme at Hanze UAS. We apply for visas and residence permits for all incoming students with a non-EU nationality, assist with the search for accommodation and provide information about insurances and other practical matters.

Library services

Anyone attending a course or training, part-time/full-time or is working at Hanze University Groningen can make free use of the extensive collection, both physical and digital, and all services from the Hanze Library.

Student Life

Campus life

Why not come and visit the campus and see Hanze UAS for yourself? Feel free to attend one of the Open Days (offered several times per year) or get in touch with our Hanze International Student Team and book your personal campus and city tour.

All the buildings of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences provide the modern, general facilities needed to learn in pleasant, friendly surroundings. The classrooms and lecture halls have been fitted with modern equipment, and there are also areas designated for working in groups or individual study. 

Sports facilities

Hanze UAS and the University of Groningen run a joint sports centre, with approximately 75 trainers and instructors and 20 staff members. The sports centre wants to help increase the mental and physical welfare of the students and employees of the institutions through sport. The sports centre provides ACLO with professional advice and facilitates the ACLO sports programme.

Accreditation

All individual degree programmes are subject to accreditation. New programmes have to be accredited before they are launched (initial accreditation). After a programme has been recognised, it has to undergo an accreditation procedure every six years (accreditation).

Student Reviews

Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

Good in theory, kind of a mess in practice. Univeristy gives a lot of practical experience but an organisation is a mess and the course is changing constantly so there is no consistency to it. A small part of professors has the attitude that belongs in the university and shows genuine interest in students

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

What I liked about my university is the international diversity there. You can see that the university tries to become more internationally involved and helps the internationals at the university with their integration.

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

I love everything here.

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