The Hague University of Applied Sciences

University of Applied Sciences

The Hague



The Hague University of Applied Sciences offers nearly 50 full-time bachelor's degree programmes at four campuses in the fields of economics, healthcare, behaviour and society, computer technology, education and technology. Its 21,000 students come from over 135 different nationalities. It's campus is entirely surrounded by water, a kind of city within a city. Life on campus revolves around the magnificent oval atrium hall, with its soaring glass ceiling.

At the Bachelor's level, the university expects its students to be active, independent, self-motivated learners. On top of lectures, you'll work on group projects, look at real-life scenarios and work with real companies. As part of its Talent Development Programme, you'll also help tutor and mentor other students, on campus and in local schools and community colleges.

Courses offered through English


The University does not have student accommodation on campus . However, it cooperates with a housing corporation specialising in letting accommodation to students. It has around 400 rooms available for international students. There are three types of rooms, as follows [with average monthly rent]: Double [€360], Single with shared facilities [€425] and Single studios [€575]


"Public Management at THU has everything that interests me: history, science, philosophy, you name it. It certainly keeps you on your toes. The text books create an excellent foundation, and Iメm enjoying the lectures which are both absorbing and full of energy. The basis we are now receiving gives us lenses through which we can see and compare politics in its various guises in different countries. Itメs a brilliant programme, really rich and the start of something thatメs going to be very interesting for me. Another advantage of this programme is that it allows you to work in the commercial sector as well as for the government. With an in-depth knowledge of policy-making processes I could even play an intermediary role, reconciling the interests of business and government, from either side"

Phillip Rolfe, UK