1.9 kilometres away in Wageningen
15.7 kilometres away in Arnhem
19.5 kilometres away in Arnhem
19.5 kilometres away in Nijmegen
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24.1 kilometres away in Buren
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37.1 kilometres away in Utrecht
Discover the top reasons for why you should consider coming to Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences - Wageningen Campus
With curricula focusing on four disciplines - responsible entrepreneurship, human health, animal health, and nature and the environment - Van Hall Larenstein is a very remarkable university. It is not just that the disciplines are special. By combining areas of expertise, our students can compile their own challenging programme, some of which are unique in the world!
Our study programme is provided at four levels: Certificate programmes, Bachelor programmes, postgraduate courses and Master programmes. We also provide national and international consultancy. In fact, we are not just a university of applied sciences: we are also a knowledge provider thats specialised in a wide range of social and economic issues.
Van Hall Larenstein is part of Wageningen University and Research Centre, therefore we can offer you a vast range of higher vocational and university courses and research. Thanks to the transfer modules and transfer conditions developed within the Bachelor programmes of Van Hall Larenstein, you will be able to transfer to the scientific Master programmes at Wageningen University.
Our educational program is competence based. This means that, right from the start, you will be in close contact with professional life and practice. Supported by our teaching staff, you will work on your competences in a range of projects relating to applied research, practical internships and event management. In addition, you will have various opportunities to operate in an international context - not just in programme-specific projects, but also in your work placement and thesis. At Van Hall Larenstein we ensure that we offer our students the greatest possible freedom, and that we provide them with opportunities for international educational exchange and professional development.
Van Hall Larenstein has three sites in the Netherlands, at Leeuwarden, Velp and Wageningen.
At Van Hall Larenstein you will study in an inspiring international environment. You will work together with students from many different countries - particularly during your practical periods - and you will develop a network of friends and colleagues from all over the world. Thanks to our internationally oriented curriculum, you will be trained to develop a sharp focus on international practice.
NVAO (in Dutch: Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie) is the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders. The organisation was established by international treaty and it ensures the quality of higher education in the Netherlands and Flanders. All study programmes of Van Hall Larenstein are accredited by the NVAO.
The Forum building is a unique eye-catcher. This brand new building was built on 'de Born', with a large library, computer facilities, project areas, information desks and a restaurant for a nice lunch or meal. VHL shares the Forum building with Wageningen University.
Facts and figures:
* 20,000 m² total surface area
* 80 lecture halls, classrooms and teaching labs
* 23 computer rooms
* 300 individual study areas
* extensive restaurant facilities
* 195 parking bays
* 5.500 m² library
* various shops
Each of Van Hall Larensteins three towns have individual qualities that make them great places to study. Each provides good accommodation, sport facilities and places to go out.
First, lets take Arnhem, which borders on Velp. Not only is it a city full of creativity and culture, there are also nature areas such as Sonsbeek Park in and near the town centre. Theres a large stadium for soccer and concerts, and a day out can be rounded off at Korenmarkt, the entertainment district.
You can visit the following website to learn more on studying in Velp campus: Study in Velp
Then there is the northern town of Leeuwarden, whose culture, sports and housing facilities have long made it one of the Netherlands top three student cities. Van Hall Larensteins student association is located in the university building - really convenient for socialising or studying between and after classes!
You can visit the following website to learn more on studying in Leeuwarden campus:Study in Leeuwarden
And, last but not least, there is Wageningen, a great place to study, particularly because it is one of the Netherlands most internationally oriented student cities. It also offers a wide range of activities, from Latin dance workshops to riverside barbeques to movies at one of the countrys best art cinemas.
You can visit the following website to learn more on studying in Wageningen campus: Study in Wageningen
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