- 6 Bachelors
- Public Institution Type
On eight campuses in the Randstad, we offer around 80 Dutch and 6 English bachelor's degrees in all fields of study: from healthcare to economics, from technology to education. All courses are geared towards the needs of the professional field, resulting in top-quality degrees with contemporary and in-demand graduation tracks.
Observing, listening and speaking up when needed are key skills you learn at Inholland. We teach students to persevere where others stop. We help foster an eagerness in students to become life-long learners in our ever-changing world.
Our courses of study also include a solid research programme. Together with our research professors, we pay 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.
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.
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Each location has its own Service Desk, your first point of contact for any questions regarding your student card, your Wi-Fi connection, Inholland computers, renting laptops, examinations and reserving study rooms.
You can also reserve laptops, cameras, study rooms and all kinds of other equipment via Inholland's online portal.
Inholland University of Applied Sciences has an agreement with various housing agencies in order to provide accommodation near the university building. In order to secure a room we recommend you to apply as soon as possible, since a limited number of rooms is available.
Inholland has fully digital library collection. Get access to numerous information sources for study and research 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you want to study in peace, you can go to the study center. Here you can also find the information specialists who can help you search literature.
Inholland has numerous computer rooms and co-working spaces 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.
Selecting a university of applied sciences is not simply a case of finding a degree programme that suits your talents and career choice. It is also about finding a place that makes you feel at home.
Our programmes are spread out over four campuses across the Randstad (the cultural, political and industrial heart of the Netherlands). Each location has its own personality.
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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
Program is okay, organisational structure of the University is really bad. Teachers are never available and entire programs get reformed all of a sudden, leaving students with a very big challenge to actually pass classes. Also nobody ever responds to their emails
HEI is an organisational mess. Halfway through they suddenly decided to restructure the program, which lead to an awful lot of confusion among the students. Also, there's little to no support for students. If you try to get in contact with the right people, you're just sent from person to person. Information is not properly centralised. Teachers are ok, education material...
Great lectureres that are invested in their students, collaboration with important companies from the industry, good proportions with lectures and practical application, well structured