The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS) is a secure, hands-on environment where they can develop and innovate as global citizens – to come together to share in development, networking and practice. This is how University plans to shape and change the world we live in, while they develop their own knowledge and skills.
THUAS lecturers, partners and 26,000 students from nearly 150 different countries are dedicated to this development every day. The global, innovative attitude is reflected throughout our curricula and in our four central themes: The Next Economy, Quality of Life: People and Technology, Good Governance for a Safe World and Connected Learning. They also work closely with over 300 exchange partners from more than 50 countries, from Brazil and China to Australia, USA and several European countries.
University encourages students, lecturers and partners to develop into open-minded global citizens – to stand firm in their own convictions and face the world. They realise that their own professional commitment makes a difference and all must work together to develop and apply creative solutions.
The Hague is the perfect location to become a global citizen. It is the International City of Peace and Justice – the political and cultural heart of the Netherlands. It is home to the Peace Palace, International Court of Justice, Binnenhof (parliament), 115 embassies, multinationals like Shell, Siemens and ING and many international NGOs.
These are the values that drive THUAS :
- Hague University of Applied Sciences is curious, ambitious and enterprising. They are keen to contribute with critical thinking.
- University invests significantly in the network in order to develop new insights together.
- THUAS is dedicated and they care about your personal growth.
The Hague University of Applied Sciences consists of faculties, research groups and service departments. More than 25,000 students are enrolled in a Bachelor, Master or post-graduate programme at one of the four sites and more than 1900 people work at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, 65% of whom are in an education-related position and 35% in a support position.
If you want to change the world - join THUAS!
University welcomes all students to The Hague, the most surprising student city of the Netherlands. The Hague is the international city of peace and justice, and home to leading institutions such as the International Criminal Court, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the United Nations’ top legal instrument, the International Court of Justice. The Hague is also home to more then 30.000 students.
The Hague provides a window to the world, but at the same time it is a cosy and safe environment, in which everything is compact and within easy reach. You’ll discover this. Find your way around the city, along the coast and to the cosy bars. The city has a lot to offer you and the reverse is also true. So: enjoy your time here in The Hague.
Finding suitable and cheap accommodation in The Hague can be a daunting process. But there are plenty of organisations that are here to help. Housing agencies, for example DuWO and The Student Hotel specialise in letting to students. There is also Housing Anywhere a portal offering rooms for short-term sublet by students to other students.
Your daily expenses include food, public transport, books, clothes, and cinema tickets. But you also need to take into account the costs for housing and insurance. Don’t forget to take any costs of living abroad (like phoning home) into account.
An average room in the Netherlands costs somewhere between €300 to €600 a month. The costs depend on the type of room you have, what is included in the rent, if the room is furnished, if you will have to share your room (or the facilities) and the size of the room.
Experience has shown that students living and studying in Holland for one year spend between €800 and €1,100 a month. Your first year costs are usually higher, as you’re buying the books you’ll need for the whole programme. You’ll probably spend around €75 on materials in the first few weeks.
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