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The Netherlands attracts people from all over the world for business, tourism, and study. Many students choose a Bachelor in Netherlands for several reasons, including the high quality programs that are internationally recognized, multicultural student population, and lower tuition compared to other European countries. Some of the popular Bachelors degree in Netherlands programs are in the fields of finance, environmental studies, business, engineering, and international relations, to name a few.

Many students that choose a Bachelors degree in Netherlands find it to be a fun and intellectually enlightening experience. There is much to keep students busy during spare time, such as cycling, quaint cafes, stunning architecture, great museums, national parks, and much more. Students pursuing a Bachelors degree in Netherlands also find that it is easy to travel to other countries, allowing them to explore so much of Europe.

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BA Management

Webster University Leiden
Campus Full time January 2017 Netherlands Leiden

Management is the art of effectively coordinating people and resources to achieve the goals of an organization. Knowledge and skills acquired while studying [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. Management is the art of effectively coordinating people and resources to achieve the goals of an organization. Knowledge and skills acquired while studying management theory, reviewing case studies on management functions, exploring internal and external aspects of managerial work and decision-making will position you for advancement in virtually any industry in which you choose to work. Your bachelor's degree in Management from Webster University will provide you with knowledge on economic activity and growth, determination of income, output, inflation, aggregate demand and supply, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policies, and international economic issues. You'll learn about the relationship between management and employees, how to motivate top employee performance, hiring procedures and labor-management relations. The Department of Management at Webster University has been designed to meet the needs of younger students as well as mature adults with business experience. Webster University management courses are also offered at Webster's international campuses, providing an opportunity for students to study with faculty members and students from various parts of the world. The program is offered by the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology. The Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for BS, BA, MBA, MA, MS, and doctoral programs in the Business and Management departments. [-]

BacheIor in International Real Estate and Facility Management

NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Breda

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the facility management industry. In 3 or 4 years’ time, you will become... [+]

International Real Estate and Facility Management (Facility Management)

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the facility management industry. In 3 or 4 years’ time, you will become a professional in coordinating and directing all the support services of an organisation.

Right in the middle of things!

Can you create the work place of the future in a sustainable way? Are you service minded? Can you manage the catering, cleaning services and security in an international company?

After your graduation in Breda, you as a Facility Manager are a team player who ensures that guests feel comfortable and staff can perform well in their work.... [-]


Bachelor in International Business and Management Studies

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

With the BSc. in International Business and Management Studies you are responsible for a foreign branch of an international organisation, with a different work ethic, culture and language. You are an entrepreneur about to set up your own business.A strong, practical foundation in international business is your goal. Discover your own path and passion while studying in an inspirational, ambitious and international learning environment. Expect much field-based learning and lectures in the fields of marketing, economics, sales and technology. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. With the BSc. in International Business and Management Studies you are responsible for a foreign branch of an international organisation, with a different work ethic, culture and language. You are an entrepreneur about to set up your own business in a market that is governed by completely different legislation than what you are used to. Or you have been commissioned to introduce a new product to a market in which the media landscape, consumer behaviour and your competitors are entirely different in comparison to your home country. Are you the sort of person who relishes challenges like these? If so, prepare yourself to take them up by completing the International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) programme at the International Business School. The International Business School prepares you for a career in the global mobile workforce. Programme International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) offers students an in depth insight into managing or setting up a company in today’s competitive global marketplace. We give you the opportunity to specialise in functional areas like Entrepreneurship, Financial Management, Global Trade & Logistics, Organisation Leadership & Change or Strategic Marketing Management. Additionally, you may opt for a regional specialisation, for example, Asia, Latin America or Europe. In addition to the knowledge you will acquire, the programme pays great attention to your personal and professional development. Career Opportunities As an IBMS-graduate you are a valuable asset to employers as you have acquired a solid theoretical understanding of business administration and will be able to convert these theories into practice and actual products. During your studies you will have already built a valuable network and will be able to fulfill an international function at management level in the business-to-consumer or business-to-business sector. Admission Criteria In order to be admitted to the IBMS programme you will need to have completed secondary education at a level equivalent to the Dutch havo, vwo or International Baccalaureate. In some cases additional requirements may be requested. As the programme is conducted in English, we expect our students to be proficient in written and spoken English. [-]

Bachelor in International Agribusiness (EED)

Aeres University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 1 year January 2017 Netherlands Dronten

The major International Agribusiness is an English-language programme for students who seek a professional career in the agricultural sector with an international focus. Students study at Aeres UAS in Dronten (The Netherlands) and Groupe ESA in Angers (France). [+]

The major International Agribusiness is an English-language programme for students who seek a professional career in the agricultural sector with an international focus. Students study at Aeres UAS in Dronten (The Netherlands) and Groupe ESA in Angers (France). Graduates of this course will know about the agricultural business environment, future developments and how to deal with a demanding and competitive market. The added value of your studies in France The Groupe ESA is located in Western France, the leading French agricultural and agri-business region. With its 2,630 students, Groupe ESA is the largest institute of higher education for life sciences in France. It offers a wide range of programmes in 10 major sectors of activity: farming, food, landscape management, environment, horticulture, viticulture, retailing, trade, agribusiness management and town & country planning. The main features of the educational experience at Groupe ESA are focusing on intensive coaching and a desire to develop a sense of entrepreneurship with a close relationship with business life. The constant exchange with business life allows Groupe ESA to stay in tune with the challenges and realities of the workplace. Angers is a vibrant city with an exceptional heritage, only 90 minutes from Paris and 60 minutes from the Atlantic. Because of the long tradition of horticulture, Angers is today the most important centre for crop production and processing in Europe, notably seeds. It is also a first class economic centre for the food industry, banks and logistics companies. Studying in the Netherlands and France gives students the opportunity to discover other cultures and develop the human qualities of respect, open-mindedness, tolerance and resourcefulness. Competencies Successful graduates will be competent in the following areas of expertise: Commercial activities, national and international Entrepreneurship in the agricultural sector Market development and marketing strategies for agricultural products Employment in national or EU policy institutes Enrol Successful applicants for the 1.5 year Bachelor degree courses must have: Completed BTS, DUT, HND or Licence 2 or at least three years of university study in agriculture or a related subject A minimum score of 550 in the TOEFL English test or a formally recognised equivalent such as the IELTS (level 6.0) or IBT (79) The ability to formulate coherently in written English, and to have a vision of the chosen area of interest. Essay writing is part of the selection procedure Strong motivation to be successful in the sector Team spirit, a flexible attitude in an international working environment Funding in the form of a grant or a stipend, or private means Qualification After successfully completing this one- year programme, graduates will receive an Ingenieur degree (bachelor´s honours degree) in Agribusiness & Business Administration. This degree is designed in such a way that it can be continued by the Agricadre course of Groupe ESA. [-]

Bachelor in International Business and Management Studies

Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Netherlands Leeuwarden

Do you strive for a management position of a local business, multinational company or want to start your own business? If so then the International Business and Management Studies course is great for you! [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. Do you strive for a management position of a local business, multinational company or want to start your own business? If so then the International Business and Management Studies course is great for you! This English-taught Bachelor programme in International Business and Management Studies at Stenden University of Applied Sciences is unique as it benefits from a close partnership between three universities contributing with their expertise to the curriculum. The study programme provides you with a broad insight into the international business world with the option to choose between several unique specialisations that help you kick-start your career in the field of your choice. In the first year of the course you will gain a first insight into different subjects such as marketing, management, accounting and sales and start learning Dutch. The second year includes subjects such as project management, HRM, export and applied statistics and you proceed to the next level in learning the Dutch language. The third year is all about strategic management and entrepreneurship and you follow the specialisation of your choice. In the final year of your study you can choose between going abroad or doing an internship and you round it off with your Bachelor thesis. The specialisations you can choose from are: Innovation and Leadership Business to Business Retail Management International Sustainability Management For more information about the Bachelor in International Business and Management Studies please submit an information request form and Stenden University will contact you with further information. For more information please also check our website: https://stenden.com/en/studies/international-business-and-management-studies/#practical-information Admission requirements Academic Requirements Stenden University of Applied Sciences recognizes the following general international qualifications: International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or European Baccalaureate Diploma High School diploma from an accredited institution Four GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level passes plus two ‘A’ level passes Associate, Bachelor or Master Degree Some of our Bachelor programs demand additional entry requirements. You can find these on our website! Language Requirements All non-EER applicants are required to submit an English proficiency test with their application. Exceptions are made for students, who have had their preparatory education in a country where English is the official working and educational language. The language requirements for EER students are the same as for Dutch students. If your diploma is mentioned in this list the additional English language test is not required. Stenden University of Applied Sciences accepts three kinds of official language tests: IELTS, TOEFL and the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English. Academic IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 for each skill). TOEFL 550 (paper based), 213 (computer based) and 80 (internet based). Original test results must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Stenden. The TOEFL institution code for Stenden is 9215. Cambridge ESOL score CAE-C. [-]

Bachelor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

HAN University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Arnhem

How can sustainable energy be generated more efficiently for the power grid? How can machines and devices be made smarter and more user-friendly? How can new technologies like the electric car and the e-step be further developed? Electrical engineers work on these kinds of challenges every day. [+]

How can sustainable energy be generated more efficiently for the power grid? How can machines and devices be made smarter and more user-friendly? How can new technologies like the electric car and the e-step be further developed? Electrical engineers work on these kinds of challenges every day. Are you up for the challenge? The bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN will give you the innovative edge that sets you apart from the rest. What can you expect? The bachelor course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a 4-year full-time degree course that trains you to become a developer in one of two main fields: Industrial and Power Systems Embedded Systems Later in your career you can develop further in the field as a specialist, consultant or project manager. Motivated students from all over the world HAN's Bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering attracts motivated goal-oriented students like you from all over the world. Our study programme gives you the required theoretical and practical expertise together with necessary market information and insight to stay on top. Lecturers with experience in the field Our lecturers have worked as researchers and in commercial enterprise. Some are currently still working in the field, which ensures that you get the most up-to-date information and techniques! Career opportunities As an electrical engineer, you will be an independent professional equipped to work in different industrial settings. Some examples of international companies you could work for in the Netherlands: TenneT, one of Europe’s top five electricity transmission system operators Liander, a regional grid operator in the Netherlands NXP, Nedap or Thales, all Dutch companies operating internationally Course Overview Electrical and Electronic Engineering is the international and English-language equivalent of the degree course offered in Dutch. Except for the language of instruction, the two study programmes are identical in terms of both content and level. Introduction to electrical engineering In your 1st year, you will get an introduction to the wide field of electrical engineering. You will learn about fundamental theories and apply your new knowledge in small group projects, which deal with problems from the field. These projects help you to develop your problem-solving and communication skills. They also give insight into current issues that are relevant to professional practice. Putting your knowledge to work You will put your knowledge to work throughout the course. For example, during projects with students from other Engineering domains such as mechanical engineering and industrial design. And in your 3rd year you will further deepen your knowledge and experience by embarking on a 6-month work placement. The faculty has close ties with companies such as TenneT, Thales, NXP and more. You might do your work placement there, or at other companies in the field. Academic year The academic year starts in September and ends in June. It is spread over 42 weeks and is divided into two semesters each divided into two blocks. You take exams, write reports and give presentations at the end of each term. Your course instructors will evaluate your work each semester and advise you on your progress. They will also coach you so that you can achieve the best results possible. Academic progress Students can obtain a maximum of 60 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits per academic year. After the first year students must have gained 37.5 credits in order not to get a Binding Negative Study Advice (BNSA). A BNSA means that you cannot continue your studies in your Bachelor program. HAN is required to report to the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) on the BNSA of the students holding a residence permit for study purposes. This has consequences for your residence permit. Diploma Supplement A candidate who is awarded a diploma on completion of the final assessment, will receive an English-language Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is set up in accordance with the format determined by HAN's Governing Board and with the additional regulations determined by the Board of Examiners and/or faculty management. A Diploma Supplement includes the name and signature of the president of the Board of Examiners and an official HAN University of Applied Sciences stamp. The Board of Examiners ensures that a copy of the Diploma Supplement is filed and kept indefinitely. [-]

International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research

Erasmus School of Economics - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Rotterdam

Do you have a profound interest in the origins and evolvement of economic issues? Are you interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to help answer economic questions? Would you like to be able to develop and use your own models to define and explain reality systematically? Are you self-motivated and eager to study with international students? If so, International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research with mathematics, statistics and economics at its core is the programme for you. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research Take solving puzzles to the next level A systematic approach to explain, predict and solve real-life economic and social issues Do you have a profound interest in the origins and evolvement of economic issues? Are you interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to help answer economic questions? Would you like to be able to develop and use your own models to define and explain reality systematically? Are you self-motivated and eager to study with international students? If so, International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research with mathematics, statistics and economics at its core is the programme for you. It enables you to take on complex issues like: How will the price of energy and commodities evolve over the coming years? How can queue times in hospitals be reduced? How is advertising in online media best combined with offline media? How can public transport planning be improved? Rotterdam, cradle of modern econometrics Rotterdam breathes industry, logistics, culture, architecture, finance. It’s also the place where modern econometrics saw the light with the acclaimed Econometric Institute, founded in 1956. With this solid foundation, the world within reach and every opportunity to kick-off a great career, where else would you want to study but Erasmus School of Economics? Rotterdam Econometrics graduates hold the key Depending on your specialisation, you will be gladly welcomed by international companies and institutions alike: investment banks insurance companies asset management companies (marketing research) consultancy firms multinationals like Unilever or Procter & Gamble airlines and transport authorities oil companies government agencies international organisations like the OECD or IMF Who International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research students come in all shapes and sizes. They do, however, have a couple of things in common: they are focused, persistent, have a knack for mathematics and are systematic in their approach. They also thrive in an international environment and can’t get enough of dealing with complex issues. Curriculum Year one: a diverse kick-off in every way The International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research programme focuses on the application of mathematical and statistical techniques to answer economic questions. Each academic year is divided into five eight-week blocks with two or three courses per block. Your first year courses include Mathematics, Statistics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. You will also receive training in computer programming to learn to build and implement mathematical models. Your first experience with operational research will consist of analysing and solving optimization problems by applying these mathematical models. The small scale teaching approach at Erasmus School of Economics, with tutorial groups smaller than 35 students, allows for the necessary individual attention and intensive guidance. During many of the practical assignments, you will work in groups of around four students. Years two and three: a topical and practice-oriented approach During your second year of Econometrics and Operations Research you will focus on more advanced courses in different area like Mathematics, Statistics, Econometrics and Business Economics. You will divide your time equally between theory and practise; in small groups for lectures and assignments. The third year offers you many choices. First you get to take a minor (elective courses within or outside the field of Economics, like Law or Psychology) or you can choose to study abroad at a partner university. In the second half of the year, you will choose to specialize in one of the following four majors and emerge as a focused graduate: Econometrics Quantitative Logistics Quantitative Finance Quantitative Marketing Your major involves two specialisation courses and a seminar. You will complete your programme with a bachelor thesis. Testimonials Cynthia Yang I remember when we just started learning mathematics in high school. I was one of many who questioned the teacher about the purpose of those abstract figures and symbols. Years later, I became aware of the numerous ways of applying math to economics. After visiting several universities I decided to study Econometrics at Erasmus School of Economics (ESE), and I am really glad I did! Econometrics is a quite challenging, yet rewarding programme. If you find yourself enjoying mathematics and being interested in economics, this might be the perfect study for you! Furthermore, ESE offers an international program with a thus multicultural classroom. You will meet peers from all over the world and this creates the possibility to get to know different cultures while studying together. Besides studying, you can engage in many different activities. As Rotterdam is a vibrant city, it offers various ways to create an amazing student life. Besides FAECTOR, the study association for Econometrics students in Rotterdam, there are tons of student associations you can join, ranging from sports to stocks. You will meet people from different environments, perhaps with common interests, and before you know it you will feel at home! Krishna Vyas I have been very passionate about mathematics for as long as I remember. It was at the end of my time at high school that I realized that I mostly enjoyed its application in fields such as physics and econometrics. After careful consideration, I chose to study Econometrics and Operations Research due to the diverse nature of the study program, which allows students to pursue careers in countless disciplines involving mathematics. I have no regrets whatsoever. Throughout my studies, I realized that my greatest interest lays within statistics and probability theory, which reveal surprisingly counter-intuitive results such as the solution of the famous Monty Hall problem. During the first year, I was mostly focused on getting used to university life. I soon noticed, however, that Erasmus University provided numerous ways to develop and challenge myself besides regular studies. It was in my second year that I decided to make use of these opportunities by becoming a Teaching Assistant and joining the Education Committee. I also opted to pursue the Erasmus Honours Programme in order to experience various other disciplines. I would recommend every student to develop themselves besides their study programme by making full use of all opportunities Erasmus School of Economics offers. Your time at university is not merely about studying, it is about challenging yourself in ways you have never done before. Remember: a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor. [-]

Bachelor in International Farm Management

HAS University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Venlo

International Farm Management is a unique study. Students learn how to manage the production process of animals and plants in class as well as on the job where successful entrepreneurs will share their experiences. The combination of the different types of education and the interesting contents of the courses, make the study of International Farm Management challenging, exciting and fun. [+]

Even though the Netherlands is small, its agri-business is leading in the export of flowers, seeds, meat, knowledge, and complete growing systems. A student of International Farm Management will become a ‘green’ business professional with a solid base of Dutch and international experience. After graduation, students will have careers that fit to their talents and ambition. They will make a significant contribution to society and agri-business worldwide.. For example to contribute to society in a sustainable way, to take care of the production of animals and plants to feed 9 billion people. To find solutions that help entrepreneurs to improve their management and Profit, with an open eye for the other 2 P’s of People and Planet. International Farm Management is a unique study. Students learn how to manage the production process of animals and plants in class as well as on the job where successful entrepreneurs will share their experiences. The combination of the different types of education and the interesting contents of the courses, make the study of International Farm Management challenging, exciting and fun. Programme Students learn on the job Students learn all about plants and animals Students learn about business in an international context In the first year students have courses about the production processes of plants and animals in class as well as ‘on the job’. They will have the chance to apply their knowledge in practice. In the second year, students also focus on business and management. In the third year, students are provided with the opportunity to apply all the theory and practical experience gained in the first two years in an internship and study, in the Netherlands as well as abroad. In the graduation year, students specialize in a subject of choice. Students cooperate closely with Dutch and international students, and will learn to communicate in English and Dutch fluently. For this reason, students will be trained in English as well as Dutch from day one. Job Prospects Career prospects for International Farm Management graduates are very diverse. There is plenty of work within the agricultural sector, in the Netherlands and far beyond. As an independent entrepreneur, manager or consultant you can contribute to the global food supply. But the demand for your knowledge doesn’t stop at the milk, meat and vegetable sector. There are numerous challenges in the area of the living environment as well. People love to have an attractive garden and houseplants and those flowers have to come from somewhere. And you can take care of that! Careers for International Farm Management professionals are: Entrepreneur In this position you are the owner of your company that can be small or bigger. You take the strategic decisions to serve your customers for the best. The company may relate to agribusiness, but can also be active in other fields of business. Consultant / adviser You train in IFM the skills needed, to start as a junior advisor in agri business or related fields of interest. When you experience grows and your skills develop you will be able to advice about more complex and strategic projects as eg starting a new company in a new field of business. Manager, specialist There are also many interesting jobs in companies as banks, seed companies, technical supply companies. You can work here as a product specialist, marketer, manager, to many jobs to mention here, with plenty opportunity to grow and develop yourself in the company or a further career. Farmer You can take over a company or start one yourself. Up to your ambition and the possibilities you see in the market. There is a growing demand for agricultural products. You will still also need everything you can earn in IFM to be able to avoid or stand the pressure of competition. There are many entrepreneurial people needed in the business. People that combine commercial and production skills and know the business well. Admission Requirements The admission requirement for this 4-year Bachelor programme is a secondary school diploma, equivalent to the Dutch HAVO diploma, with the final-year subject mathematics. Practical (work-) experience is beneficial but not obligatory. The level of your diploma will be assessed after HAS has received your complete application form. Requirements British students At least 4 subjects at GCSE level (A-C) and at least 2 subjects at GCE with 2 subjects at advanced subsidiary level (in 6 different subjects). No mathematics in your final year? If you are deficient in Mathematics you have the opportunity to participate in the Mathematics deficiency test. Please note that after you have passed the deficiency test you will not receive a diploma or certificate. If you pass the test, you will meet the admission requirements and will therefore be admitted to the programme. To pass the test you need to have obtained at least 5.5 points on a scale of 1-10. [-]

Bachelor International Hospitality Management (Double Degree)

Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years February 2017 Netherlands Apeldoorn

The International Business Administration (IBA) Bachelor degree programme with specialisation in Hospitality Management, combined with the BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management is aimed at students who are wanting to follow a management career in the service industry, in an internationally focused organisation or enterprise. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. Course Type: IBA & BA (Hons) Bachelor (Double degree) The BHM awards (degree): NL degree: Bachelor of International Business Administration (BBA) in Hospitality Management UK degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA) International Hospitality Management The International Business Administration (IBA) Bachelor degree programme with specialisation in Hospitality Management, combined with the BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management is aimed at students who are wanting to follow a management career in the service industry, in an internationally focused organisation or enterprise. This unique and demanding degree programme, allowing students to either spend part of their studies in 3 different countries, or just 2, is truly international. Whether you follow the standard pathway, or the so-called EuroBA pathway and spend a semester at the University of Brighton, you have the opportunity to earn 2 world recognised and renowned degrees. The current Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure sector is looking at branding and sustainability, talent management and strengthening marketing and sales. A Wittenborg graduate specialised in Hospitality Management will understand all these issues! This degree programme leads to a management career in the exciting profession of hospitality management or tourism. Business travel and renewed interest in domestic and foreign tourism is increasing the demand for hospitality managers in hotels, event spaces, and food service companies. The double degree in International Hospitality Management will introduce students to the management aspects required to oversee the everyday operations of resorts, gaming venues, and banquet facilities, or the management of specialty event-planning departments of schools, healthcare organizations, and businesses. Course Content: Curriculum / Course Structure The degree will take at least three or four years to complete, depending on: whether you opt for a longer placement period; gain enough credits at the 1/2 way point; or the block in which you started. Block 3-7 entry always takes a minimum of three and a half years. Only Block 1 & 2 entrants can graduate within 3 years, depending on their results. The method of teaching will vary from traditional lectures to interactive workshops, which involve group exercises, case studies and student presentations. Assessment will differ according to module but it is designed to reflect a working ethos. It will involve essays and exams but also working in teams, giving presentations and evaluating the work of other students. The BHM curriculum offered within the pathways is overall the same, however due to differences in the intensity of modules offered in the Final Year Semester at the University of Brighton, students may have to complete an additional module in a different semester (Semester 2, Year 3) The BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management and the IBA in Hospitality Management programme covers the business manager’s role in the world of hotels and travel. We look especially at a leisure-orientated market from an international perspective. You will learn that hotel chains are companies like any other, that macro and micro demographics cause changes in direction and policy - just as in any other industry. You will study the administrative processes involved in hotel management and catering, discovering the special importance of human resource management, marketing and quality control in this leading business segment. You will also gain an accurate insight into the changing global scene in the tourist industry, focusing on the opportunities, as well as some of the risks, associated with this exciting market. The programme includes modules such as Hospitality Operations, Hotel Management, Service Management, and also areas such as International Standards and Law in Tourism, Economics and Tourism and Strategic Management in the Hotel Industry. Students will be expected to fulfil a work experience position in a company such as a restaurant, hotel or travel agency in which they will discover and learn about the business administration in these industries. Entry Requirements - Bachelor Programmes High School Diploma or final certificate, equivalent to the Netherlands HAVO or MBO level 4 diploma / UK AS & A Level or BTEC. Please contact the Admissions Office to receive High School diploma comparisons. Advanced Placement / Credit Transfer Possible Direct Entry to Final Year Students with successful study experience equivalent to 160 European Credits in a related business or economic field are able to enter directly into the Final year programme (80 credits). The examination and graduation board will decide on entry based on credit transcripts and qualifications presented. English Language Requirements IELTS 6 or TOEFL Equivalent. Career Prospects The International Hospitality Management BA is especially designed to maximise your employability in the sector; with its balance of academic and vocational modules, the course is perfect for kick starting a career in the hospitality industry. Many of our recent graduates now hold senior management positions, for example the head of catering at the Marylebone Cricket Club, the vice president of Global Sales Europe at Marriott Hotels and the director of Life's Kitchen. Other students have gone on to set up their own businesses. [-]

Bachelor - Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Sensor Technology

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Assen

The Electrical and Electronic Engineering major Sensor Technology programme revolves around the utilisation of existing sensors. Sensors will help break skating and swimming records, take over the tasks of nursing staff and make driving safer. Sooner than we think. Sensor technology is everywhere. And this is only the beginning! [+]

Sensor Technology: www.hanzegroningen.eu/sensortechnology ​​​​​​​The Electrical and Electronic Engineering - major Sensor Technology programme ​specialises in sensor technology. The study programme revolves around the utilisation of existing sensors. Sensors will help break skating and swimming records, take over the tasks of nursing staff and make driving safer. Sooner than we think. Sensor technology is everywhere. And this is only the beginning! During the bachelor's programme you can participate in applied research to apply sensors to develop and improve existing appliances, products and services, for instance in the fields of healthcare, sport & leisure and robotics.​ Overview The first year is composed of two semesters, focusing respectively on healthcare and energy. The curriculum covers a wide range of subjects related to sensor technology, including biology, chemistry, electronics, mathematics and computer programming, as well as extensive English and professional skills lessons. Students gain the knowledge required to enter the main phase of the programme. The main phase of the Bachelor Programme begins in the second year. Subjects are organised around the themes and knowledge areas of healthcare (sensing), robotics (systems & control), agriculture (sensor networks) and infrastructure (meaningful data). Examples of subjects you will have in this year are sensors, ethics, programming in Java, robotics and sensor networks. The third year provides students with a more in-depth knowledge of sensors. The socially relevant nature of each theme becomes increasingly apparent. Students are also able to take a more personal direction to their study. This year is divided into two halves (semesters) and is composed of the themes Research and Development and Entrepreneurship. In the final year of the Bachelor Programme students choose one of the two specialisations Research and Development or Entrepreneurship. The specialisation Research and Development strengthens practical skills required for system engineering/integration jobs when employed in a company with a sensor-intensive business. The specialisation Entrepreneurship strengthens entrepreneurial skills required for starting a new business in the sensor application business domain. This year is again divided into two semesters. During the first semester students complete a minor related to their specialisation. This is followed in the second semester by a graduation project at an (inter)national company or organisation. After successful completion of the bachelor's programme, graduating students are awarded the internationally recognised Bachelor of Science Degree. Admission Sensor Technology (ST) Bachelor ​​​An application form must be completed for admittance into either the full 4 year programme or 3 year main phase. Information is provided on the application form explaining what documents are required to study at Institute of Engineering in Assen [-]

Bachelor of Hospitality Management

Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

Hotel Management School Maastricht (HMSM) is a world-class international school in Hospitality Management and has been supplying the international hotel industry with talented professionals for more than 60 years. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. Study Hotel Management in Maastricht Would you like to study hotel management in an inspiring, international environment where innovation comes first? You can at Hotel Management School Maastricht. Here, you’ll learn from professionals, live on a student campus and hone your skills in a real hotel. Varied modules At Hotel Management School Maastricht, you’ll be trained to become a creative, innovative all-round hotel and hospitality manager and/or entrepreneur who has a hands-on mentality and a global mindset. Our students graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration and hence our programme comprises of courses in economics, finance, accounting, business law and ethics, management, marketing, research and languages. The four-year bachelor programme consists of varied theory and practical modules and two internships. Additionally, you will choose to enrol in two minors (either inside or outside the faculty), a pre-master or an international exchange programme. Close to the profession You will certainly not spend all your time attending lectures. Apart from lectures from teachers and experts in the field, you will also be attending skills training courses, workshops and taking part in excursions to see the industry in practice. Teamwork plays a major role. In the workshops, you’ll be working in a group of students on practical problems or projects. Furthermore, Hotel Management School Maastricht has received a special accreditation in small and intensive education, ensuring students will receive the best and most personal education in hospitality management. Teaching hotel in a castle And what’s more, you’ll be exposed to the real-life environment of Teaching Hotel Château Bethlehem. This is a training environment unique in the Netherlands, including twenty-six guestrooms, a restaurant, a bar and various meeting rooms. The hotel has received a lot of attention in the international media, not least for its unconventional room designs by Dutch designers. Campus First year students enjoy a single room in one of our dormitories on campus. The campus is situated in a park like setting and houses a tight knit community in which students will make friends for life. Furthermore we have hospitality assistants available 24/7 to assist students wherever possible. The campus is only a 10 minute bike ride away from the vibrant city centre of Maastricht. Maastricht is considered the heart of hospitality in the Netherlands and has a very international (student) community. Admission requirements: To qualify for the hotel management programme, students should meet the following requirements: • Valid qualifications for the programme include International Baccalaureate (IB), European Baccalaureate (EB), High School (GPA average at least 3.0), two A-levels (grades do not matter), Fach-Abitur (Germany), diploma secundair onderwijs (Belgium), and the Baccalauréat (France). • Candidates must demonstrate adequate proficiency in English. Applicants are required to provide an IELTS or TOEFL test (not older than two years). IELTS score needs to be at least 6, TOEFL score: computer-based at least 213, internet-based at least 80, paper-based at least 550. Please note the following candidates are exempted from this requirement: - Candidates whose mother tongue is English - Candidates who have completed secondary school in the EU with English as one of their exam courses - Candidates who have completed at least two years' full-time education in the preceding three calendar years with English as the language of instruction. • Proof of advanced knowledge of a second modern language (i.e. native language, exam course or official certificate). If a candidate would like to study French, German or Spanish, you will be required to have obtained A2 level. German language courses are certified by the Goethe Institut, French courses by DELF/DALF and Spanish courses by the Instituto Cervantes. If candidates have not obtained A2 level in either of these three particular languages, they will be able to study Dutch at beginner's level. Upon graduation students will receive a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Zuyd University of Applied Sciences. [-]

Bachelor's Liberal Arts and Sciences (Amsterdam University College - in English)

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

Many of our students will later be in a position to make important decisions, whether in business, government, policy [+]

"Many of our students will later be in a position to make important decisions, whether in business, government, policy or academia. The scientific way of thinking and approaching life could be valuable if not crucial for their success." - Prof. Dr. Robbert Dijkgraaf AUC offers a Bachelor (Honours) degree programme in the liberal arts and sciences, taught in English, and open to both Dutch and international students. The liberal arts and sciences approach of AUC means: - Opportunities to follow courses on a wide variety of subjects - Small international classes with personal attention and interaction with lecturers - Substantial freedom in designing your own study programme - Support and advice from a personal tutor on planning your study programme - A focus on far-reaching themes and real-world problems in science and society - Learning about the relationships between fields of knowledge, as well as building specialist knowledge in the subjects that interest you most - Advancing your personal and social development in addition to your intellectual skills The AUC liberal arts and sciences programme is therefore rather different from traditional, single subject, university programmes. Your tutor will advise you, and help you to ensure that your programme matches your future ambitions and will meet the requirements for graduation. Within these guidelines, you will have the freedom to select the courses you want to follow on the subjects that interest you most. [-]

Bachelor's programme in Psychology

Radboud University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Nijmegen

Human behaviour is a source of inspiration and of embarrassment. Why do we humans do what we do? What triggers our thoughts and feelings? Is our behaviour caused by our personality, social environment, or influenced by genes, hormones and neurons? If you're interested in these questions, studying Psychology in Nijmegen is the right choice for you. That is... if you're not thrown by the idea of... [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. Bachelor's programme in Psychology Human behaviour is a source of inspiration and of embarrassment. Why do we humans do what we do? What triggers our thoughts and feelings? Is our behaviour caused by our personality, social environment, or influenced by genes, hormones and neurons? If you're interested in these questions, studying Psychology in Nijmegen is the right choice for you. That is... if you're not thrown by the idea of reconsidering your views on people, the world and yourself? Psychology is about analysing people’s behaviour, thoughts and emotions. In Nijmegen, you'll learn to do so from neurobiological-, developmental- and clinical-, and socio-cultural psychological perspectives. Psychologists have highly varied job opportunities: healthcare, education, human resources management, government policy information, training and coaching, sports, communication, marketing, advertising and in research. As a psychologist you are committed to the quality of life, for individuals, groups, and thus to society. Programme outline The Bachelor's programme in Psychology consists of a theoretical learning path (100 EC) and learning paths in research skills and academic and professional skills (80 EC) . Theoretical body of knowledge The theoretical learning path combines three subdomains: Brain and Cognition: You'll learn how our brain is structured, how it works and supports functions such as locomotion, memory, learning, language and cognition. Development and Psychopathology: You'll learn which developmental leaps people make during the course of their lives. And you'll learn to recognise psychological disorders in children, adults and elderly, and how to treat these disorders. Behaviour and Environment: You'll learn how people relate to, and influence one another, for example, within their family, their class, a sports club or at work. You'll also learn how human behaviour and culture/ subcultures affect one another. Academic and professional skills You'll develop a curious, critical, systematic and independent working attitude. Skills you'll learn to master during the programme: Research skills: you start with a simple question and research design; step-by-step the research methods become more complex. Data analysis techniques, among which statistics, are important methodological subject areas. Academic skills: academic writing, presenting and debating; systematically searching and critically reading literature; analysing scientific paradigms and ethical dilemmas; providing and processing feedback. Professional skills: analysing everyday psychological problems and devising and justifying relevant and effective solutions and interventions. You'll practise: observing; interviewing; diagnostic testing; conversing to clarify problems, giving advice and coaching; and consulting with colleagues. Compulsory and optional courses Most first year's courses are compulsory. However, you're free to choose the subjects of your essay in Academic Skills and of your Research Practical 1. In the second year's programme, you can choose two Special Topics (from 12; 12 EC) and you'll choose the first of your Specialisation Electives (4 EC; 16 EC in total). If you prefer to do so, these electives may form the start of one or more minors (44 EC in total). In the third year's programme, you can put together 28 EC of the entire programme yourself: the Specialisation Electives (12 EC) and the Free Electives (16 EC): within or outside of Psychology, nationwide or at an international partner university of your choosing. Why study at Radboud University A forested campus in the centre of Nijmegen, with excellent study and sports facilities. You'll be educated by top researchers who work on discoveries today which in five to ten years will be 'standard' knowledge. An education at Radboud University therefore is an education in the Psychology of the Future. As a first-year student, you'll have your own lecturer-mentor who will help you to settle down to your studies in Nijmegen. On average, you'll have fifteen hours of teaching per week and you'll spend approximately 25 hours on independent study. From the second year on, besides compulsory courses, you'll put together your own study track that suits your personal interests and professional ambitions. In the third year, you can study abroad for six months at one of our 130 partner universities. Every year, you'll perform a challenging research project in a small group: you'll decide what to investigate and how. This way, you'll become the independent, systematic, critical and creative professional that future employers are looking for. Are you highly motivated and up for an extra challenge? Radboud Honours Academy offers you the opportunity to follow honours programmes at first-year Bachelor’s and Master’s level. A three-year Bachelor's programme with guaranteed direct admission to a Master's programme after completion. Current students have judged our BSc programme as being significantly better than other similar programmes in the Netherlands. Study abroad Nijmegen is a great place to study, of course, but the world is so much bigger. As a Psychology student, you have the option of taking part of your third year or Master's internship abroad. By spending time studying abroad, you will get to know different approaches to your subject area, make new friends, have an unforgettable experience and add something extra to your CV! 130 destinations worldwide Below are just a few of the 130 exchange locations where our Psychology students have spent six months studying: Glasgow, Bergen, Berlin, Münster, Kraków, Budapest, Padua, Barcelona. Students also studied at universities in the USA, Australia, Japan, Korea and South-Africa. The Erasmus+ programme offers grants. For the exchange no additional tuition fee is needed. By drawing up a learning agreement we guarantee that courses taken abroad will be acknowledged. Career prospects Because human behaviour plays a critical role everywhere, psychologists contribute with their expertise to all areas of society and in many different job contexts. Admission requirements As an international student your prior education must meet certain requirements.... [-]

Bachelor in Business Studies

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam + 1 more

The Bachelor in Business Studies consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Program requirements Total 180 credits Electives 180 credits/ 36 courses Switching to another program once the studies have started is possible as long as the program requirements are met by the end of the studies. Therefore, the decision to switch should be made as early as possible to avoid not meeting the program requirements within the intended program duration. Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. Several minors are available: Minor – Asian Management Minor – Business Communication Minor – European Management Minor – International Management Minor – International Relations Minor – Small Business Management Minor – Sports Management Minor – Tourism and Hospitality Management Undergraduate courses are divided into 2 main categories: core courses and specialization courses. Electives can be any course that is offered at the undergraduate level. Admission requirements - proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) - high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin Students who are 17 or older who have completed less than 12 years of formal education and who do not hold a high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin should earn up to an additional 60 credits in the Undergraduate Foundation program. Refer to the undergraduate program requirements for further details. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Bachelor degree and who are required to complete the Undergraduate Foundation program will need to earn 60 + 180 credits. Minimum entry requirements for undergraduate programs Students who have obtained a high school diploma of less than 12 years of secondary education should first complete a foundation program. Please consult an admissions advisor. CAREER PERSPECTIVES Our study programs and courses are career-oriented in nature and provide students with a high level of flexibility throughout their undergraduate studies. Focusing on a broad range of specialized subject matters, students are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in today’s global economy, and are prepared for a wide variety of professional development and career opportunities. Undergraduate programs are an excellent choice for recent high school graduates as well as for college and university transfer students who would like to see their employability in today's job market increase by engaging in rigorous and academically challenging undergraduate studies to obtain a relevant academic qualification in the field of business and management. Upon graduation, students mainly start or advance their careers with entry-level management positions in national and multinational companies and organizations in various economic sectors. Others decide to launch a new business venture or join an existing family business. Students can also choose to continue their studies without interruption in almost any of our other undergraduate and graduate programs to further enhance their career prospects. [-]

Bachelor of Animal Husbandry

Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Velp

The animal sector is highly dynamic on a worldwide scale. In the Netherlands alone, more than 400,000 people ride horses and over 70,000 companies are involved with them. Another important sector of the Dutch animal industry is the livestock sector, which counts over 1.5 million dairy cows, 12 million pigs and 95 million chickens. Both the livestock and equine sector deliver excellent quality products and services. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. The animal sector is highly dynamic on a worldwide scale. In the Netherlands alone, more than 400,000 people ride horses and over 70,000 companies are involved with them, resulting in a business turnover of 1.3 billion Euros. Another important sector of the Dutch animal industry is the livestock sector, which counts over 1.5 million dairy cows, 12 million pigs and 95 million chickens. Both the livestock and equine sector deliver excellent quality products and services. None of this would be possible if the fullest attention were not paid to the care, health and welfare of animals. Together with business management, marketing and innovation, these lie at the heart of this degree programme. These competences are becoming ever more important, considering that the livestock industry is currently undergoing intensification of farming on the one hand, and diversification of activities on the other. More and more farms are not only trying to increase production in a sustainable manner, but they are also adding extra activities to their core tasks as producers. A dairy farmer might for instance start up a campsite, offer recreational facilities or organise educational excursions. As an entrepreneur, service provider or consultant, you will be involved in all such changes, which means you will need expertise in several domains: breeding, trade, horsemanship, animal behaviour, sport and last but not least, sustainability and welfare. You will acquire an excellent understanding of animal and business management, of the various business types involved in the equine and livestock industries, and of the many suppliers they depend on. The sector needs well-trained specialists like you! Upon graduation, you will qualify for a wide range of jobs: as an entrepreneur or business manager, as a business advisor or as a supplier. You will also qualify for a job in the banking or insurance sector, or as an organiser of sporting events. You could become a manager, project manager or strategic policy assistant. Or how about a job with the British Horse Society? Almost everything is possible with this internationally focused degree programme, as it has been shown to open doors worldwide! Professional fields: •Applied Animal Science •Equine Sports & Business You will be following objective specific courses, doing practical periods and preparing an exciting graduation assignment. In the third or fourth year you will make a choice out of many available minors. A minor is actually a short course of your own choice. It can be specialistic or broad, in which case it can add to your interests and talents. The programme is competency based: each theoretical subject supports workgroup situations in which students tackle practical problemns and explore workable solutions. This means that you will be active from day one, learning to work independently as you collaborate with others. The programme culminates in practical placements and a thesis project conducted in an international setting. [-]