A school that trains students to become ‘Toerist Officier’ (Tourist Officer)– that was the idea of Mr Sliepen, director of the Breda Tourist Information Office, back in 1963. This school was to be a national scientific institute, consisting of a research department and a course programme. As this school was new of its kind, educational material was mainly obtained through its own research efforts.
Breda University of Applied Sciences offers professional and academic bachelor’s and master’s programmes in the disciplines of Games, Media, Hotel, Facility, Logistics, Built Environment, Tourism and Leisure & Events.
Breda University of Applied Sciences is committed to developing knowledge – through applied and academic research – as well as innovative solutions to problems occurring in the various disciplines. The domains within which we conduct research are strongly interrelated and we try to make subject area crossovers whenever possible. Explore the eight research domains here.
Our organisation has a strong international orientation. In cooperation with national and international industries, we train our students to become professionals capable of operating in globalising work and knowledge settings. Breda University of Applied Sciences aims to create a stimulating environment for both students and staff in order to enable them to develop their talents to the fullest possible extent, to integrate knowledge and skills and apply these to society in a professional and responsible manner.
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Each year around 200 international exchange students from around the world choose to study at Breda University of Applied Sciences, why not be one of them?
Our Student Office would be happy to help you settle into your new life in Breda!
Breda has a growing number of students, which is why accommodation in Breda can be scarce. For students it can be difficult to find a suitable place to live. Here are some tips for finding a place to stay.
Do you want to find good and reliable information? The library is the starting point for your research.
We can give information and advice on copyright issues, intellectual property rights, publication and open access to students and employees of Breda University of Applied Sciences.
Our new and green campus is located near the centre of student city Breda. On campus there are many opportunities for meeting people and to get inspired. The city itself is fun, safe and internationally oriented.
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I've been a student at BUAS, Breda University of Applied Sciences, for 3 years now. I study Visual Arts in the Game Architecture and Design course. This is not an easy course. You can make it with the minimum amount of 40 hours per week, but if you want to become good, you need to challenge yourself. This is a hands on programme with very little guidance from the teachers....
The school doesn't support international students, no events for us student except drinking with a bunch of dutch people, international feels left out. Everywhere you go is dutch, barely any international people around the campus. The grading system is incredibly weird and unprofessional the way they grade are just random. The only good thing is opportunity to go for...
I've finished my Bachelor Degree at Breda University last year. The teachers were kind and encouraged you as a student to figure out things on your own. Allthough this was annoying sometimes, it helped me to learn a lot of important things.