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HAN University of Applied Sciences

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About the employer

HAN strives to be one of the top universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. With campuses in both Arnhem and Nijmegen, in the east of the Netherlands, HAN has over 30,000 students.

Domains

HAN University of Applied Sciences offers almost every type of professional course related to the following domains: education, social studies, commerce, communication, business administration, law, economics, engineering, built environment, applied sciences, IT and communication, health, nursing, and sports and exercise. Students can choose from a total of 65 Bachelors and exchange courses and 21 Masters courses.

HAN International

HAN University of Applied Sciences is an organisation that feels very strongly about internationalisation.

Renowned institutes

HAN has four faculties, which are further divided into numerous institutes. Two of these institutes have put HAN on the map internationally: Arnhem Business School and HAN Automotive Institute. These institutes show the strength of a curriculum that combines practice-oriented components with applied research, a feature that is incorporated into all courses taught at HAN University of Applied Sciences.

Quality

HAN offers high quality education and an environment in which studying is inspiring, innovative and international.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCzN5jAtV_U

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