Is it your dream to work in the game industry? In our game programme, one of the best in the world, you learn how to make interesting, attractive and, above all, playable
Is it your dream to work in the game industry? In our game programme, one of the best in the world, you learn how to make interesting, attractive and, above all, playable games.
Whether you want to be the best game play programmer, an award winning character artist or a Triple-A title winning producer, your path to success starts at International Game Architecture and Design in Breda.
In this programme, you will be trained in creative, technological, and commercial skills. Game careers require you to have both a broad knowledge of game development and deep skills in your chosen area of expertise, such as 3D visual arts, high-end video game development, animation, audio, gameplay, level design, production, or programming....
Maastricht University, Faculty of Science and Engineering
Are you interested in the natural sciences and want to look beyond the boundaries of a single discipline? Or do you want to focus on one discipline and become an expert i
Challenging and Exciting Education
Are you interested in the natural sciences and want to look beyond the boundaries of a single discipline? Or do you want to focus on one discipline and become an expert in that specific field? The Maastricht Science Programme offers you the opportunity to explore the natural sciences and to build a unique academic profile based on your personal interests and ambitions. Every semester, your personal academic advisor guides you in selecting courses from fields as diverse as biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, neuroscience and various interdisciplinary fields such as biomedical engineering and entrepreneurship. You can focus on a single discipline, or you can combine multiple disciplines in a single degree....
Look around you, at the house or neighborhood in which you live or the school you attend. Your surroundings are largely determined by the architecture and (civil) enginee
Look around you, at the house or neighborhood in which you live or the school you attend. Your surroundings are largely determined by the architecture and (civil) engineering. At T.U./e Architecture, Urbanism & Building Sciences doesn't just concern architecture but also urban development, constructional design, building physics, real estate and management and civil engineering. During your study you will discover what areas suits you best and then you can choose to specialize in that field.
The multidisciplinary bachelor Architecture, Urbanism & Building Sciences
The Architecture, Urbanism & Building Sciences major is a mix between theory and practice, between thinking and doing. You and your fellow students will learn about designing constructions, houses, offices, museums or even entire neighborhoods. In a multidisciplinary way, you will be learning about engineering, design and the building process....
Erasmus School of Economics - Erasmus University Rotterdam
This programme provides you with an understanding of how economics works and gives you access to methods for analyzing economic problems and calculating their solutions.
Econometricians examine the mathematical aspects of economic problems. Economists strive for a deep understanding of the nature of these problems. Are you interested in both? This programme provides you with a thorough understanding of how economics works and gives you access to the latest methods to analyse economic problems and calculate their solutions. Are you as ambitious as you are inquisitive? Erasmus School of Economics offers you a unique opportunity to acquire both profound economic insights and practical quantitative econometrical skills in only four years.This study allows you to focus on conceptual matters like inflation, profit and turnover as well as quantitative issues like r...
In the Logistics study, you specialise in either Logistics and Economics (L&E) or Logistics Engineering (LE) after one year. LE deals with managing operations and the
Introduction to Logistics Engineering
The hamburger you buy, those new jeans, a car; all products are preceded by major logistical processes. The complexity of these processes and the relationships between manufacturing, warehousing and distribution demands intelligent creation of networks.
As a Logistics & Engineering student, you’ll learn to evaluate logistical processes and consequently come up with new process designs, improvements, and implement these designs and improvements. Within your work, you are mainly focussed on optimizing supply chains internally, and hence work as problems arise on project basis.
Some topics you’ll learn about in this study programme:...
Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics
In the International Business programme, you’ll learn about the strategy, resources, and management required to run a business. And you’ll also develop the professional s
Are you curious about what’s going on in the business world? Do you wonder how companies determine their strategies? Are you interested in the way companies operate in the areas of human resources or marketing? In the International Business programme, you’ll learn about the strategy, resources, and management required to run a business. And you’ll also develop the professional skills to put business ideas into practice, including teamwork, conflict resolution, leadership and presentation skills. What’s more, you’ll gain practical and international experience by spending a semester studying abroad, getting in touch with real companies at ‘business days’, doing research projects or following an internship. The programme will prepare you for a career in a variety of areas within the international business, including marketing, management, human resources or even entrepreneurship....
If you choose to study Economics and Business Economics in Utrecht, you choose a broad-based view on economic issues: the real-world perspective. What are the needs and o
Economics is everywhere, you encounter it every day. The English-taught Bachelor’s Program in Economics and Business Economics might fit you if you are interested in questions like:
Why are some countries rich and other poor?
What are the benefits of the euro as the principal currency in Europe?
How can we make health care affordable?
Why do people start their own company?
How can subsidies and taxes help reduce pollution?
If you choose to study Economics and Business Economics in Utrecht, you choose a broad-based view on economic issues: the real-world perspective. What are the needs and objectives of people and organizations in our complex society? What choices do they make in order to fulfill their needs and achieve their objectives? To find the right answers to these questions we analyze economic issues with the insights of other fields such as Geography, Law, Social Sciences and Data Science....
Are you ambitious and interested in global issues? An adventurer who is not afraid of a challenge? Then the BSc Global Responsibility & Leadership (G.R.L.) at Univers
Are you ambitious and interested in global issues? An adventurer who is not afraid of a challenge? Then the BSc Global Responsibility & Leadership (G.R.L.) at University College Fryslân is for you!
Our three year Bachelor programme is based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and is dedicated to addressing global challenges and finding local solutions.
In the first year, you take courses spanning the Human and Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Information Technology. Thereafter, you specialize in one of three Majors, which allows you to tailor the programme to your own interest.
In the latter two years of the programme, you have the opportunity to put the theory learned in the classroom to practice by completing Living Lab projects in collaboration with local, national and international partners. In the final year, you also have the option to go on exchange to an international university or complete a pre-master in preparation for a Master's degree....
During the programme, you will study the principles of computers, programming, and solution methods (algorithms). You will become acquainted with theories, methods, and t
Everywhere you look you see applications of computing science. They have a significant societal impact. Smart software is improving the accuracy of a breast cancer diagnosis and systems can allocate refugees evenly amongst counties. Do you think computer scientists spend their entire day by themselves behind a computer? Think again! In this field, you will work together with mathematicians, physicians, and artificial intelligence experts. Together you will strive for a solution which serves its users optimally. Do you want to know what computing science is exactly and whether it is the programme for you? Read more about computing science here!
What is this programme about?
During the programme, you will study the principles of computers, programming, and solution methods (algorithms). You will become acquainted with theories, methods, and tools which enable IT, specialists, to create reliable and usable software and analyze how people interact with computers and software. You will learn to use different perspectives and to work together with different disciplines, which you will need later when working. You can choose to extend and broaden your knowledge by specializing in Cyber Security or Software and Data Science....
Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication - Erasmus University Rotterdam
The International Bachelor Communication and Media takes a comparative, international approach to communication and media. Thanks to the programme's small-scale and perso
International Bachelor Communication and Media
The International Bachelor Communication and Media at Erasmus University Rotterdam: a great place to start building your future in this dynamic field!
Why Communication and Media at Erasmus University Rotterdam?
You choose this programme because:
it provides the skills required for a successful career in this dynamic field;
it offers an international perspective and study environment;
you want to be at the cutting edge of the discipline;
you value the opportunity to go on an exchange;
it is staffed by highly qualified, international lecturers.
Content of the programme
The International Bachelor Communication and Media takes a comparative, international approach to communication and media. Thanks to the programme's small-scale and personal set-up, its balance between practical and academical skills, its options for customisation, exchange and the compulsory internship, graduates are well prepared for both advanced studies as well as for a career in a number of fields, such as marketing, management, corporate communications, public relations, internal communications, government, public affairs, journalism, entertainment and the arts....
This program offers a unique blend of academic education in international relations and political science. To assist in understanding how theoretical insights apply to re
Bachelors of Science in Netherlands 2019.
Bachelor in International Relations & Diplomacy
The International Business School, The Hague (I.B.S.H) Netherlands offers a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy. The three-year (180 ECTS) BSc Programme in International Relations and Diplomacy offers a unique blend of academic education in international relations and political science. The program offers special graduate education and training in international diplomacy and negotiation; and a unique combination of theoretical training, practical exercises and professional internship positions.
To assist in understanding how theoretical insights apply to real world situations, the BA-IR combines core and elective modules that blend various teaching and learning methods, including lectures and seminars, workshops and simulations, as well as personalized assignments and numerous opportunities to explore, develop, present and debate ideas and aspirations....
Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
The Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s programme is a three-year programme worth 180 ECTS, and consists of an introductory year and a two-year main phase. Each year is com
Study a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering in the Netherlands
The Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s programme is a three-year programme worth 180 ECTS and consists of an introductory year and a two-year main phase. Each year is composed of four blocks. Students are taught through theoretical classes and practical labs. Project group work is an intrinsic part of each semester, whereby small groups of students work together on a task. In addition to classroom examinations, designing working prototypes, demonstrations and presentations are crucial to accomplishing each quarter. Special attention will be given to energy-related matters from a mechanical engineering point of view. Students who finish this programme will have direct admission to the European Master in Renewable Energy, which is also offered by Hanze UAS....
Are you interested in international organisations, diplomacy, and issues of peace and security? The BSc specialisation in International Relations and Organisations is jus
You choose International Relations and Organisations (IRO) because you are fascinated by global affairs and the dynamics of international cooperation and conflict, and you prefer in-depth analysis over unsubstantiated opinion. Your open mind, inquisitive and critical attitude, as well as your willingness to invest in acquiring new knowledge and skills, makes that you fit in perfectly with your fellow IRO-students.
Global affairs and the dynamics of international cooperation and conflict
Studying IRO means understanding the real story behind today's headlines; working with excellent academic teachers and researchers; developing skills in research, writing and presenting; and being part of an international classroom and community....
How old is the Universe? How do stars and galaxies develop? What is between the stars, and how are planetary systems formed? If you are fascinated by questions like these
How old is the Universe? How do stars and galaxies develop? What is between the stars, and how are planetary systems formed? If you are fascinated by questions like these, then Astronomy is the degree programme for you!
Obviously, astronomy is about the Universe, stars, and planets. But if you are interested in other natural sciences, it is likely that this degree programme will also appeal to you. You will study the physical processes in the Universe, so physics and mathematics are also an important part of the programme.
Is Astronomy for you?
The job of an astronomer is to try to map and understand the universe – to study the stars, the gases between the stars, clusters of galaxies, and to find out how they form and why they sometimes disappear. Spectacular discoveries have been made in the field of astronomy in recent years, mainly because technological advances are making more and more things possible. In this degree programme, you can concentrate on the Universe itself, or on developing and improving the instruments used to do this....
How many people leave their car at home more often when fuel excise duty increases? What is the effect of interest-rate changes by the central bank on growth and inflatio
How many people leave their car at home more often when fuel excise duty increases? What is the effect of interest-rate changes by the central bank on growth and inflation? Those are the issues that econometrists deal with. You capture econometric realities in mathematical models. Do you want to learn how this analysis translates into economic policy? If so, you should study Econometrics in Amsterdam.
Econometrics at the University of Amsterdam: Is it for you?
Mathematics in one of your favourite subjects. You study mathematics at the highest possible level and achieve good grades for it.
You see yourself working for a multinational company, a bank, CBP Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis or a consultancy.
You like number puzzles, you're good at abstract thinking and you have a strong analytical capacity.
You achieve high marks in English (a great deal of the academic literature in this programme is in English).
You are capable of working independently: you know how to use a library! Initiative and inquisitiveness are also of great value.