The Hague University of Applied Sciences is a university of applied sciences and community higher professional education institute with its campuses located in and around The Hague. Since the university was founded in 1987 it has expanded to four campuses in The Hague, Delft and Zoetermeer. The main campus is in The Hague.
The institution is made up of 14 academies. Bachelor’s degrees are the institution’s core business with 42 full-time undergraduate degrees, 21 part-time (nine taught in English) and 10 dual bachelors courses. The university also offers nine master’s degrees (three taught in English) and currently teaches around 23,400 students.
Degrees fall into six main fields of interest including technology, innovation and society, public administration, law and security, management and organization, ICT and media, health and sport, economy and finance and welfare and education.
The Hague University of Applied Sciences is known for the international characteristic of its student population with around 146 nationalities represented on campus. It operates partnerships with companies, public bodies and other organisations in the Haaglanden region, as well as international institutions. The university also offers English proficiency training through its English Language Preparatory School, work placements and international exchanges as part of its international remit. Research activity is high with a range of postgraduate and continuing professional education courses.