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Hague University of Applied Sciences

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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2014

International Communication Management

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WRITTEN ON 20 JUN 2013

Enjoyable Hague

I enjoy studying in The Hague University. First of all, I like the multicultural experience, because I study in an international environment. Students of English programs are from the whole world. The whole enrolment process is done via Internet. It is quite easy, but after arriving at the place I have to have all documents and that is where it got a bit complicated, because there were a lot of administration work going on. When I was asking some information about funding, I found out that there is only scholarship for Dutch students and I couldn’t get more info about it, so I let it go. About the job prospects, we work on a real life project for existing companies and there is often a job market in the hall, but nothing concrete for me. I have positive study experience, because I find it appropriate to what I expected. The lectures are interesting, to the point, with an accurate study cases and I think most of the lecturers are experts in the specific field. Sometimes we have also guest lectures. Moreover, we can find all study related material on the student portal, with power points, documents, articles etc. to help us with our individual studying. I am a regular student, not an exchange one, therefore nothing special is going on, there are some international student parties, and exceptionally some exchange students meetings at school, I don’t have much info, but I know the student organisation that organises events for students. My overall experience is very good. I met a lot of nice people, I made new friends, I grew personally as well as professionally. I think that my study program has an appropriate level in order to prepare me for the future job, I gained a lot of knowledge and I developed my skills. I would recommend this university to future students. 

I enjoy studying in The Hague University. First of all, I like the multicultural experience, because I study in an international environment. Students of English programs are from the whole world. The whole enrolment process is done via Internet. It is quite easy, but after arriving at the place I have to have all documents and that is where it got a bit complicated, because there were a lot of administration work going on. When I was asking some information about funding, I found out that there is only scholarship for Dutch students and I couldn’t get more info about it, so I let it go. About the job prospects, we work on a real life project for existing companies and there is often a job market in the hall, but nothing concrete for me. I have positive study experience, because I find it appropriate to what I expected. The lectures are interesting, to the point, with an accurate study cases and I think most of the lecturers are experts in the specific field. Sometimes we have also guest lectures. Moreover, we can find all study related material on the student portal, with power points, documents, articles etc. to help us with our individual studying. I am a regular student, not an exchange one, therefore nothing special is going on, there are some international student parties, and exceptionally some exchange students meetings at school, I don’t have much info, but I know the student organisation that organises events for students. My overall experience is very good. I met a lot of nice people, I made new friends, I grew personally as well as professionally. I think that my study program has an appropriate level in order to prepare me for the future job, I gained a lot of knowledge and I developed my skills. I would recommend this university to future students.

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