HZ University of Applied Sciences is situated in Vlissingen and has 4500 students, 400 of which are internationals. The university's slogan 'where students matter' is put in practice at all time. As soon as you walk through doors of HZ, you will feel at home.
HZ is located on the beautiful Zeeland coastline in the South-West of the Neherlands.
The core values of the university are quality, personal development, mutual respect and professional orientation. Their goal is to develop each student to be able to deal effectively with life in a multicultural society. Through a custom-built, flexible study programme, you acquire the knowledge and skills that will prepare you for a challenging career ahead.
The university is divided into 7 Academies, offering 26 Bachelor programmes. As university of applied sciences ('hogescholen'), HZ works in close cooperation with companies. It does not only provide students with theoretical education but also focusses on the practical application of career-oriented assignments. Professional practice is incorporated in the education by means of internships, applied research projects and practical assignments. Moreover, acquiring practical work experience through internships is an integral part of the study bachelor programmes offered at HZ. HZ bachelor programmes consist of six semesters of theoretical education and two semesters of work placements. This means that when you graduate from the HZ, you have one year experience in company.
The guide ‘Keuzegids Hoger Onderwijs’ has ranked HZ again as 3rd best medium sized Dutch University of Applied Sciences. Three programmes are top rated, six programmes are in the top three of their category.
About the English programmes: Logistics Engineering is a top rated study and the number 1 in their category, Water Management is the second best programme of the Netherlands in their category.
HZ has ranked in the top three multidisciplinary universities of applied sciences for eight years in a row: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and again in 2018.
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