Why study in The Hague?
Students are often attracted to The Hague because of its international appeal and ability to appreciate and celebrate so many languages and cultures. The Hague is the third-largest city of the Netherlands and houses more than 30,000 students of which 4,000 international students from over a 100 different countries.
For a study break, students flock to the seaside city of Scheveningen, just a short tram or bike ride away for an afternoon at the beach. Most student accommodations are reasonably priced, and the student flats next to Inholland can house up to 90 students.
Study programmes offered
Inholland The Hague is a friendly, sociable and ambitious University of Applied Sciences which takes note of the social challenges of the city and events in the worlds of international business, politics and government. Inholland is involved in the community and accessible to everyone.
Inholland The Hague is a relatively small-scale campus, this enables us to be able to pay even more attention to the individual student and to address specific student issues. Study programmes are focused in the field of communication, media and entertainment, economics, education, social work and law. Within each of these fields, we offer a range of English-taught minors as part of our exchange programmes. See the exchange course guide for more information.
Inholland The Hague offers one English-taught bachelor programme:
Media and Entertainment Management