Bachelor Degrees in Netherlands

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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.

You can learn more about a Bachelors degree in Netherlands by reading through the programs below. Take the next step towards your education today!

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BA Business and Management

Webster University Leiden
Campus Full time 4 years January 2017 Netherlands Leiden

Earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Business, Marketing or Management or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration can be a good way to start a business career in most parts of the world. [+]

BA Business and Management

 

Many Webster students focus on business or management during their undergraduate studies. Earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Business, Marketing or Management or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration can be a good way to start a business career in most parts of the world.

 

Studying business or management exposes you to all kinds of fascinating questions about how to communicate with individuals, how to make organizations work more effectively, how to develop strategic plans and how to reward creativity and innovation.

 

 

The BA Business and Management degree is offering the following 4 majors:... [-]


Bachelor in International Logistics and Economics

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

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the international logistics industry. NHTV offers two international programmes... [+]

International Logistics and Economics

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the international logistics industry. NHTV offers two international programmes in the field of logistics. In the economic programme is more emphasis on Marketing and Sales Management. In the transport (technological) programme, it is on more ICT-related subjects, like Intelligent Transport Systems.Optimal customer service at minimal cost

How does the iPad get to the store shelves? Will you ensure smooth logistics processes during a music festival? Do you find the best, cheapest and fastest way to produce and distribute products?

After your graduation at NHTV Breda, you are the logistic expert who offers optimal customer service at minimal cost to any logistics-related business challenge!... [-]


Bachelor in Livestock Production (EED)

Aeres University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 18 months January 2017 Netherlands Dronten

The programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector. Dairy cows, pigs and poultry are the main focus of this study, which includes extensive practical training and contact with the industry. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. The programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector. Dairy cows, pigs and poultry are the main focus of this study, which includes extensive practical training and contact with the industry. Students are trained for positions such as advisor, sales manager, researcher, policy advisor and entrepreneur. They study at Aeres UAS in Dronten (The Netherlands) and Groupe ESA in Angers (France). The various skills required to successfully fulfil these positions are practiced extensively. The programme also includes technical subjects such as animal nutrition, animal health and animal welfare. The livestock sector has a great need for highly educated farm successors, advisors and managers who have an affinity with the agricultural sector. The university in Dronten is one of the renowned agricultural universities in the Netherlands in the field of entrepreneurship. It is not just about knowledge, it is also a question of developing yourself as an enterprising person. 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: Consultancy and advice on livestock production Market development and marketing strategies for livestock products Policy institutes at national and international level (EU) Applied research livestock production Entrepreneurship Double degree Aeres University of Applied Sciences and Groupe ESA offers a double degree European Engineer Degree programme (EED) for students in the livestock sector for successful carreer in one of the following profiles: Consultant and advisor Sales and account manager Entrepreneurship and business management Researcher livestock production National or EU policy advisor 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 jarea 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) and the Licence Professionelle in Animal Husbandry. [-]

Bachelor in Interdisciplinary Arts

Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

The world is increasingly changing. Facing the prospect of a second collapse of the global economy, humanity is searching for a substainable economic, social and cultural plan to take us into the future. Classical boundaries between disciplines are [+]

The world is increasingly changing. Facing the prospect of a second collapse of the global economy, humanity is searching for a substainable economic, social and cultural plan to take us into the future. Classical boundaries between disciplines are no longer of any significance. Innovation is taken place in between borders of science, economics and arts. Do you want to be part of this future and be a ‘critical engaged artist’ of innovative and artistic concepts which combine entrepreneurial and social issues? Does your imagination go beyond the limits of science and arts? Do you think in terms of projects rather than classes? If so, iArts is the answer. iArts stands for interdisciplinary Arts, an intensive international three-year Bachelor’s programme for the creative and intelligent multitalented. It builds bridges between the arts, sciences, society and entrepreneurship. This hybrid is a joint initiative of the Maastricht Academy of Performing Arts, the Maastricht Academy of Music, the Academy of Fine Arts and Design at Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University and Van Eyck. The programme is an exciting cross-over of artistic skills, academic reflection, research and entrepreneurship. They are connected in projects and seminars with a strong focus on today’s societal issues. This makes iArts the first bachelor’s programme in the Netherlands to link interdisciplinarity in the arts to academic scholarship and partners outside of the academy. Projects The iArts programme is a 4 year bachelor’s programme within 3 years. This means it is a very intense, high-density programme. In the course of the programme you’ll work on a series of projects. You’ll invent creative and original solutions for current social and cultural issues, in the form of artistic products or artful interventions. Think installations, films, performances, and games. Think meetings, publications, plans, and enterprises. Each and every intervention will be the result of interdisciplinary teamwork. Your teachers are experts in their fields and have experience with interdisciplinary encounters. The study programme is built up around four domains; Arts & Society, Arts & Science, Arts & Entrepreneurship and Arts & Culture. The blocks are projects connected to domains, which are organized together with different partners in the world from the Arts, Sciences and Society. Next to fulfill these projects there will be courses with theory and the methods and techniques to become a ‘critical engaged artist’. The theory will be based upon art history, contemporary art theory, philosophy, marketing, management, creative writing, art and communication. Baseline In addition to the projects, the curriculum consists of a baseline: an in-depth programme with attention for theory, skills training and reflection. In theory education, disciplines such as art history, art analysis, dramaturgy, philosophy, text analysis and sociology are drawn on in order to explore specific themes addressed in project education in more depth. Examples of skills training are singing, design skills and Multi Media training. Focus During the programme, you’ll further develop your own direction of artistic and intellectual growth. You’ll also learn how to manage your projects professionally and make them financially viable. In the second year, there is time to further train your capacities in projects with external partners. In the third year, you’ll develop and complete a graduation project of your own. You’ll write a graduation thesis in which you describe the research done in preparation of your graduation, the concept you developed based on this research, and your artistic working process, as well as the entrepreneurial aspects of your entire graduation project. Next to the thesis, your graduation project consists of an artistic part for which you can choose your own artistic medium. Formal requirements - pre-university secondary education (or equivalent) - evidence of artistic aptitude - advanced in English - collaborative skills Where? iArts is located in the heart of Maastricht, a European centre of culture and home to 11,000 students. The city’s numerous festivals and events reflect its diverse cultural and historical influences. A candidate for European Capital of Culture in 2018, Maastricht is investing in an inspiring, multifaceted cultural climate. [-]

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. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. 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. [-]

Bachelor in International Business and Languages

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

Bachelor in International Business and Languages - Do you have a gift for languages and want to combine it with your interest in marketing, sales and export? Do you want to learn more about different cultures and trade customs? If so, you have the right profile for an international career in business. Then the International Business and Languages (IBL) Bachelor Degree programme at the Amsterdam School of International Business might be the right choice for you. [+]

Do you have a knack for languages and want to combine that with a solid business background? Interested in a programme which will prepare you for an international job in the future? Then the International Business and Languages (IBL) Bachelor Degree programme at the International Business School might be the right choice for you. The BSc. International Business and Languages programme prepares you for a career in the global mobile workforce. Programme International Business and languages (IBL) is an extensive business degree programme where you will be offered the opportunity to learn two foreign languages besides English. We will also teach you the inner workings of marketing, economics and sales as well as allowing you to develop your research skills. Over the four-year programme we offer you the opportunity to study abroad at one of our partner universities. You will launch your career by undertaking an internship at a company in the Netherlands or abroad as well as writing your graduation research assignment for an actual company. In addition to the knowledge you will acquire, the programme pays great attention to your personal and professional development. Career Opportunities What makes our IBL-graduates valuable for employers? They have a solid understanding of economics, marketing and sales. In addition they are able to convert these theories into practice. They are equipped with concrete tools, like being able to create a business plan or an export strategy. Our graduates are highly skilled, culturally attuned and are able to think and act both on a global and local level. Additionally, they are able to speak several languages. Our alumni are spread across the globe advancing their successful careers built on their IBL experience. You may find them, for example, in the fields of marketing, corporate communications or international relation management. We closely cooperate with the University of Amsterdam for those students who like to follow up their studies with a Masters degree. Admission Criteria In order to be admitted to the IBL 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 Leisure Management

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

Are you creative, enterprising and a born organizer? Are you interested in a management position in the sport, tourism, event or art sector? If so then the Leisure Management course could be the perfect course for you. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. Are you creative, enterprising and a born organizer? Are you interested in a management position in the sport, tourism, event or art sector? If so then the Leisure Management course could be the perfect course for you. This international Bachelor Programme provides you with an in-depth insight into the leisure industry and offers you the opportunity to specialise in a sector of your choice. In the first year you will be introduces to the different concepts of the leisure industry and set up your own business as part of the “Young Entrepreneurship” project. You also follow subjects such as business economics, marketing, lifestyle and trends. The second year evolves around value creation and developing lasting leisure experiences for individuals, groups and whole communities. Subjects that you will cover during this year are amongst others Human Resource Management, Leisure Operations and Intercultural Sensibility. In the third year you will choose your specialisation which you can follow in the Netherlands or abroad and dive into strategic management. In the fourth and final year you will follow an internship in the sector you have specialized yourself in and round it off with your Bachelor Thesis. The specialisations you can choose from are as follows: Event Management Sport Management Tourism Management Art and Culture Management Alumni have gone on to work in many different areas such as theme parks, museums and events. For more information about the Bachelor in Leisure Management 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/leisure-management/#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 International Business and Management Studies (IBMS)

HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Utrecht

International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) focuses on the international aspects of marketing and sales, management, finance and logistics... [+]

International Business and Management Studies (IBMS)

International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) focuses on the international aspects of marketing and sales, management, finance and logistics and leads to a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. The first year of the programme provides a general foundation. You will be introduced to subjects like marketing, finance, business administration, management & organization, economics, logistics and international law. In the main phase of the programme, you will broaden and deepen the scope of your knowledge . You will be able to choose between three specialisations: International Management, International Marketing or International Finance. Within these specialisations there are plenty of options for you to design your own study programme. You will also be doing two internships and an exchange programme with one of our partner universities in a country of your choice.... [-]


Bachelor in International Business and Languages

Avans University of Applied Sciences - Undergraduate programs
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Hertogenbosch

You have a mind for business, an interest in other cultures and a flair for languages. The International Business and Languages programme teaches you about doing business internationally [+]

Bachelor in International Business and Languages

You have a mind for business, an interest in other cultures and a flair for languages. The International Business and Languages programme teaches you about doing business internationally.

A Dutch company produces cereals for people with food allergies. It wants to break into the Scandinavian market. As the Export Officer, you research the possibilities for introducing the cereals there. An American electronics company wants to conquer the Dutch market. As the Export Manager, you write a marketing plan.

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You are adventurous and enterprising. Interested in different cultures. And in economics. You have an international outlook. A business mind. And a gift for languages. You enjoy the challenge of working with others. With people from different countries. In various languages.... [-]


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. [+]

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 - Horticulture & Business Management

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

Horticulture & Business Management is about the commercial production of vegetables, fruit and plants. It’s about international business, technology, innovation and sustainability. It’s about [+]

Bachelor - Horticulture & Business Management

English-taughtHorticulture & Business Management is about the commercial production of vegetables, fruit and plants. It’s about international business, technology, innovation and sustainability. It’s about efficient and profitable creation of first-class products, which make our diet healthier, tastier and more diverse and our living environment greener and more attractive.During your studies you learn how new varieties of plants, fruit or vegetables are created and how to grow them efficiently and safely. You also look at how and where to market your product. This way you get to know the entire horticultural supply chain. That means you end up with a broad understanding that enables you to work in any sector of the horticultural or agricultural industry.So are you ready for a challenge? An international career in an industry that is always moving forward? Then Horticulture & Business Management is the right study programme for you!Admission Requirements... [-]


Bachelor in Audiovisual Design

Willem de Kooning Academy
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Rotterdam

Audiovisual media play a major role in information provision, education and entertainment. In our department you will learn to develop images and sound. You will learn about sound and camera techniques, software techniques, production methods and concept development. [+]

Audiovisual media play a major role in information provision, education and entertainment. In our department you will learn to develop images and sound. You will learn about sound and camera techniques, software techniques, production methods and concept development. These elements will bring you to the heart of the AV profession – to tell a story through narrative film. You learn, together with a crew, to develop a production. In this work, it is not only the operational side that is important, but especially the artistic content. You analyse assignments and develop original concepts for them. You will develop into an author with a personal vision of reality. Our tutors have backgrounds in both theory and professional practice. They are researchers, script-editors, AV designers, motion graphic designers, interactive designers, autonomous artists, editors, camera and sound people. We expect from you some basic knowledge on how to use imagery and of the audiovisual profession. You also have the drive to tell stories. Experimentation and risk taking are essential, and mistakes are permitted. You learn to reflect on your own work and the work of your fellow students. You will work on assignments given by clients and on assignments that you generate yourself from your own fascinations. You will explore your own imagery, and learn to work in a team. You will learn to pitch your ideas and to communicate with clients, crew and the audience. Ultimately, you will work on an end product that will be shown to audiences. In the first six terms, you will learn to develop audiovisual productions. You will make one-minute productions for release on the internet or on TV, shorts for cinemas, audiovisual installations for VJs or for projection onto buildings, internet virals or autonomous audiovisual productions, images for a video wall or a first person documentary. Halfway through your second year you will go deeper into the knowledge and storytelling techniques from the first six terms. In the third year, you will do an internship and in the last year you will do a minor in one of the three Practices: Autonomous, Social or Commercial. After graduating, you can work as an all-round audiovisual designer, an interactive audiovisual producer, director or motion graphics designer. Creating Pioneers Our successful Audiovisual Design alumni include: Willem Baptist (winner Golden Gate Award); Roeland de Bruïne (known for the TV format ‘Truman’); Michel van den Burg (listed in the HOT100); Jeroen Houben (known for the videos ‘Sef’ and ‘Yellow Claw’ and the short film ‘Sorry’); Jurjen Versteeg (Vimeo Award winner and From Form founder and partner); and Bero Beyer (known for ‘Paradise Now’). PORTFOLIO CHECKLIST Are you … talented in visual arts? independent and responsible? dedicated and motivated? entrepreneurial? Then visit one of our Open Days or Open Evenings – and bring your portfolio! – and apply for admission. WHAT A selection of 10-15 works which were preceded by a creative process For example: designs, objects, photos, films, games, animations, fashion (accessories), furniture, models, drawings, posters, campaigns, paintings, usable artifacts and sculptures. You can publish and present all of this in a neat traditional portfolio folder, but you can also use different methods: 3D work can be brought in a (cardboard) box, digital work can be presented on a laptop or tablet. Please note: apart from these works, please show us some other things you created. Make a careful selection between the two. That way, we can assess to what extent you have an insight in your own qualities and your own work. [-]

Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

The three-year Economics and Business Economics Bachelor's degree is entirely in English. You will learn how business experts and policy makers attempt to stimulate both corporate and [+]

Bachelor in Economics and business economics

Language:English (100%)The three-year Economics and Business Economics Bachelor's degree is entirely in English. You will learn how business experts and policy makers attempt to stimulate both corporate and economic activity. The programme will give you the theoretical tools and analytical skills needed to address complex issues.During the first year - the foundation year - all students take the same course units. In year two, you will either specialize in Business Economics, Economics or International Economics and Business.

    •    Business Economics focuses on decision-making within an organization from an economic point of view.... [-]


International Business and Management Studies (BBA)

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

If you can already picture yourself working in an international environment and be co-responsible for achieving high business results of an enterprise, then the International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) Bachelor programme is the right choice for you! [+]

In the Bachelor of International Business and Managent Studies programme, internationalisation and globalisation are central. Internationalisation and globalisation determine today's global outlook. That is why it is important to have an international focus when it comes to business-managing. If you can already picture yourself working in an international environment and be co-responsible for achieving high business results of an enterprise, then the International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) Bachelor programme is the right choice for you! And Leeuwarden is the right place to come to if you wish to study international business with a focus on agribusiness. The Netherlands has an excellent worldwide reputation when it comes to agricultural products. Many renowned businesses in the food sector have their origins in the Netherlands. Think of Dutch companies such as Unilever or Sara Lee which have become subsidiaries of large multinationals. The demand for young, innovative managers who know how to work in intercultural teams, is constantly increasing. International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) is an internationally oriented Business Administration Bachelor (BBA) study programme. It is the result of a partnership between three Dutch universities of applied sciences in Leeuwarden: NHL Hogeschool, Stenden University of Applied Sciences and VHL University of Applied Sciences. The structure of the programme allows you to experience the best these three universities have to offer. You will have your own study coach, the help of various consultancy services, contact with international students and plenty of possibilities to join in international exchange programmes. The programme trains you for an international career in finance, marketing and management. You will start off with a broad basis in IBMS at Stenden University of Applied Sciences. In the third year of your studies, you will be able to choose from several different specialisations, which are taught at one of the three partner institutions: Specialisation at VHL University of Applied Sciences: •International Sustainability Management 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. [-]

International Bachelor Degree

University College Roosevelt
Campus Full time August 2017 Netherlands Middelburg

Students at University College Roosevelt design their own curricula. A set of choice-rules is in place which guarantees that students make sensible choices. [+]

Bachelors in Netherlands 2017. International Bachelor Degree Designing your own curriculum Students at University College Roosevelt design their own curricula. A set of choice-rules is in place which guarantees that students make sensible choices. Nevertheless,​​ there is a great deal of freedom in which courses to take. Each UCR student is assigned a Tutor, the Tutor will help the student throughout this process. In order to ensure that each student meets the academic standards at UCR, there are a number of obligatory courses. During their first year, students need to take an introductory course in Methods and Statistics. Based on their command of English, students will also follow either the elementary or intermediate course in English for Academic Purposes. Since many of our graduates pursue a career in an international environment, it is advantageous for them to learn multiple languages. Students at UCR are required to take a track in a language. The current offerings consist of French, Spanish, German and Dutch. Declaring a major At the start of the second year, students must declare a major. The three most common majors are: Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences and Science. It is also possible to do an interdepartmental major. Within their major, students will focus on two or three tracks for a total of 10-12 courses. A track is a set of courses in the same field of study. Popular tracks include Politics, History, Life Sciences, Economics, Law, Biomedical Science and Literature. Depending on their major, students will be required to take a number of obligatory courses. Arts & Humanities majors are required to take an Introduction to Rhetoric and Argumentation. Students majoring in the Social Sciences have to follow a 200-level in Methods and Statistics, while Science students need to take the 100-level Mathematics. Choosing a minor In addition to their major, students can also pursue a minor. A minor is a cluster of at least four related courses in a department outside of the student’s major. Some students choose a minor which is directly related to their major. Examples include Life Sciences majors who minor in Psychology, Literature majors who minor in Rhetoric and Argumentation, or Politics majors who minor in History. Alternatively, minors can be used to pursue an individual interest. Examples are Mathematics students with a passion for (and a minor in) Music, or Economics students who love Theatre, Film and Media Studies. Required courses Required for all students Methods and Statistics 100 English for Academic Purposes Language courses up to 200-level At least one course in each department Required for international students 00-level Introduction to Dutch Arts & Humanities majors 10 courses from the A&H department 100-level Rhetoric and Argumentation Social Science majors 10 courses from the SSC department 200-level Methods and Statistics Science majors 12 courses from the SCI department 100-level Mathematics Requirements for a minor At least four related courses, of which at least one is 300-level. The courses must be in a field other than the major. [-]