Are you about to study at HAS University of Applied Sciences next study year?
The Student Advisers of our English-taught Bachelor programmes have written a special letter to welcome you to our University of Applied Sciences.
Click below for the letter of your Student Adviser:
Please scroll down and read all information on the 'info for new students' pages carefully and check your email frequently to be fully informed.
Because of the coronavirus and associated measures, we all need to adapt to ensure the safety of ourselves and our fellow humans. Your study time will look different from what you might have previously imagened. At HAS University of Applied Sciences we are currently working on drafting protocols, rules and arrangements to welcome students from September onwards; both online and physically.
Check out the Q&A new students for all information about what the 1st weeks of your study time will look like. Of course we always follow the guidelines and advice of National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and the cabinet.
The corona crisis has a major impact on all of us, including the international study landscape and everything that comes with it. The need to find current and relevant information among (future) international students is increasing. To support you as a future international student and the Dutch higher education institutions, Nuffic has gathered most important information and created an overview for international students who (are) studying in the Netherlands. This information overview has been produced in collaboration with VSNU, VH, NRTO and ISO.
The information overview is published on the website Study in Holland. We recommend you to check out this information and keep yourself updated.
Did you apply for a Dutch study programme at HAS University of Applied Sciences?
Please check out the new students information on our Dutch website to find all information.
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Furthermore, our English study programmes also have their own Facebook page: