HZ University of Applied Sciences
Based in the South-West of Netherlands, on the Dutch coast, HZ University of Applied Sciences is home to 5000 students out of which 500 are international. HZ prides itself with being rated in the top 3 medium-sized universities of applied sciences for the past 11 years, ensuring the highest quality education for our students whilst maintaining a personal approach.
With 2 internships and 1 minor abroad during your Bachelor study, HZ prepares you for a successful start of your professional career. All whilst being guided by a personal study coach and company mentors, 71% of our graduates find employment employment and 25% progress further onto a Masters degree.
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HZ University of Applied Sciences is in the Top 10 Countries to Study Abroad
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Becoming an HZ student was the best decision I made to continue my studies. Already graduated in France in Water management, I wanted to follow courses in water ecology in an international environment to reach my dream career goal: working on marine ecology and biology. I am currently doing a two-years fast-track program. My first year focus...
In my final years at high school I knew I wanted to study a speciality related to the natural sciences. Searching the Internet for international universities, I came across the 4-year Bachelor in Water Management at HZ University of Applied Sciences. Important in my decision was the fact that, as we all know, the Netherlands is said to be the be...
In the HZ i’ve had the opportunity to discover and develop my strenghts in the business world. Throughout my first 2 years, all of my teachers were extremely responsive to all of our questions, and our classrooms where almost never bigger than 27 students, which allowed for the classes to be much more interactive. Now i’m in my internship seme...