During European Studies you will be thought a range of subjects including European policy, international marketing, politics and economics and will come into contact with other languages and cultures.
The European Studies programme strikes a balance between theory and practice. You will be thought a wide range of subjects including European policy, international marketing, politics and economics and will come into contact with other languages and cultures. You will deepen your knowledge in law, politics, economics and culture. Do you want to work for a multinational business, government or non-profit organisation? We will train you in the relevant skills in European matters.
The program will introduce you to Europe and the many dimensions, which it comprises. You will learn through lectures, seminars, workshops and discussion groups. You will also get the chance to sample Europe by meeting fellow students from all over the world, completing a six month exchange period at one of our many partner universities and finally working in an international environment during a four month work placement either in the Netherlands or abroad.
As part of the European Studies ‘Major’ you will also acquire basic expertise in the subject fields of European Policy and International Marketing. The ‘Minors’ European Studies offers, will enable you to further specialize and to choose to deepen in areas of Business Management or Law & Politics. You may also choose to deepen in the Communications area, pick a language based minor to deepen your knowledge, or indeed mix and match minors to get the best of all worlds!
Expect to spend a total of around €600 on books, handouts and other materials. Your Foundation Year costs are usually higher, as you’re buying the books you’ll need for the whole programme. You’ll probably find that you’ll spend around €75 on materials in your first few weeks.
We identify three different types of rooms and the average prices per month are:
Single with shared facilities: €425
Single studios: €575
Rooms vary in price, depending on size and level of facilities
Our past graduates have a great track record. Some of our former students have gone on to work for banks, sales and marketing departments of international companies, advertising agencies and financial departments, intergovernmental organizations, (such as UN specialized agencies), EU institutions, local government, ministries and embassies.
Are you: Curious about other cultures? Eager to travel the world? Blessed with a gift for languages? Interested in an international career? If so, then you’re kind of person for the Bachelor of European Studies. You need to be ambitious and driven, with an inquisitive mind. You need to enjoy solving problems, on your own and as part of a group. You need to be comfortable working in other countries, with people from other cultures.
Read what current European Studies Students have to say about the program. Jennifer Flöeter just returned from a semester in Seoul and she is already planning for het internship at a small NGO that looking to improve the water quality.
Read what students have to say about the European Studies Program
Besides European Studies, The Hague University of Applied Sciences offers a range of other Social Sciences such as Public Management.
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Students who would like to register for the European Studies program will need to have sufficient funds for tuition and living expenses. Getting a scholarship could be the first step towards obtaining a top Bachelor degree at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
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The Hague University of Applied Sciences is offering a total of 54 scholarships to students who would like to start their bachelor program during the academic year 2013-2014. At €5,000 each, the scholarships cover almost two-thirds of the total first year university’s tuition fee. For more information, go to the The Hague University Scholarship program.
The Hague University aims to train the professionals of the future. They will be able to perform more and different tasks with their knowledge in their changing professional domains. With practical knowledge and insight, they are able to contribute to innovation within their professions; translate practical knowledge and insight into creative findings, new designs, new processes and smart innovations.
Our 21,300 students, as well as our staff, come from over 146 different nationalities. That diversity is one of our most powerful resources. The exchange of competing ideas and opinions is what leads to real innovation.
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Non-Dutch students will need a qualification equal to the Dutch VWO diploma such as International Baccalaureate, French Baccalaureate, German Abitur or GCE-A levels. Other diplomas may also be recognised but these will be subject to assessment.
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