Safety and Security Management Studies offers students the opportunity to develop the safety and security competencies to work in public service and management.
Safety and Security Management Studies offers students the opportunity to develop the safety and security competencies to work in public service and management. The Hague is an exciting place to study safety and security management. The city is the administrative centre of The Netherlands and hosts a range of national, European and international organisations in the field of safety and security, peace and justice. The Hague University partners with many of them. During the four year course, students will have the opportunity to have internships at a range of international organisations in the field of Safety and Security Management.
Safety and Security Management Studies is aimed to train you to be a professional, harness your academic insights and channel them into the public governance of safety and security, without losing sight of the importance of the citizens you will be serving.
Safety and Security Management Studies sets standards for professionalism. These are defined in the competencies that students develop throughout the modules. Each module has a clear set of learning goals. At the end of the module students are tested along these goals.
Students are also invited to test the learning environment on the basis of the question: “Were you offered the opportunity to develop the set of competencies?” In other words, students have an input in developing quality in education. This is also an element of the learning process.
We want to produce graduates who are comfortable doing business in a globalised world. Working in foreign places, doing business in different languages, working with people from other cultures.
While you’re here, we’ll expose you to as many international and cross-cultural experiences as possible. We have over 150 partner institutions, all over the globe. We send hundreds of students to study or do work placements abroad - from the US and Europe to South Africa and South America, from the Far East to the Middle East.
The four-year course offers graduates the possibility to be active within: International organizations, International police and security organizations, Local nongovernmental organizations, National public service providers, National, regional and urban governmental agencies.
Read what current Safety and Security Management students have to say about the program. Eveline Marasoiu is from Romania and is about to complete her studies. For Eveline, The Hague was an obvious choice; not in the last place because it is the seat of the European Court of Justice.
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Besides Safety and Security Management Studies, The Hague University of Applied Sciences offers a range of other Law related programs such as the Bachelor in International and European Law
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Students who would like to register for the Safety and Security Management 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 Law 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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