The perfect opportunity to get to know more about student life & HZ!
Studying in a country far from your hometown comes with a lot of things you need to take care of! If you are considering to study abroad, you may have a lot of questions. Join one of our webinars to learn more about studying in The Netherlands and at HZ University of Applied Sciences.
Simply fill in the form to register for a webinar. A webinar takes about an hour and you will get a short presentation to explain you all about the topic, and of course we will answer all your questions. We look forward to talk with you!
Topics vary per webinar, but common topics you can learn more about in our webinars are:
Studying in Holland in general
University of Applied Sciences & Research Universities
Fees, Finances and other documents
Register for a webinar
Register for one of our webinars of our international Study Programmes. Find a full list of webinars via the Register nowbelow. After you filled out the form, you'll receive a confirmation by e-mail. The times mentioned are Central European Time (CET).
As a HZ-student, you will be part of a small, tight-knit community. Teachers know you by name and help you to bring out the best in yourself to become an expert in your field of study.
While you are learning new things during your study, you also get a lot of opportunities to put into practise what you have learned. This way you will get both a diploma and experience to help you find a job more easily after your studies.
One of the best
As a university, HZ has proven time and time again to be one of the greatest in the Netherlands among the medium-sized universities. Most students will find a job very quickly after their studies.
What other students say
HZ has a large international network
"The HZ has connections in almost every country of the world. Thanks to that, I can, basically, go and study what I want, where I want during my minor."
- Philip, from Germany
The practical projects are quite unique
"I know of no other university where you can do so many things in practice. In fact, it is one of the main reasons I chose the HZ."