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HAS University of Applied Sciences cooperates with international partner institutions on e.g.:

  • student exchange,
  • staff mobility and
  • teaching mobility.

International partner institutions

Each study programme has its own designated internationalisation coordinator who is responsible for the coordination of various types of international cooperation and activities of his/ her study programme, including the international partnerships for exchange. The internationalisation coordinator decides, in close consultation with the programme director and involved lecturers, with which institutions an agreement for exchange will be arranged and under which conditions.

Partner strategy

The international strategy of HAS University of Applied Sciences is based on:

  • quality,
  • focus and
  • sustainability.

The procedure of the conclusion of the actual agreement for cooperation is arranged by the central International Office of HAS University of Applied Sciences.

Interested in a partnership?

If you are interested in a partnership with HAS University of Applied Sciences, please contact the internationalisation coordinator of the study programme you would like to cooperate with.

Check out the list of the International Coordinators

HAS University of Applied Sciences

An interesting partner for your students?

HAS University of Applied Sciences is a medium sized university. Students can easily find their way around at the university and in the cities of Venlo and ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Our university is an informal organisation and students can easily address lecturers and staff members. There is a personal atmosphere within the institution.

Furthermore HAS University of Applied Sciences is well connected with the work field. Students go on field trips and visit companies and projects that are related to the course they are taking. This is well received by all our students.

Erasmus+ exchange partners

With partner institutions from the EU/ EER we have established Inter-Institutional Agreements within the Erasmus+ Programme that reflect the details of the cooperation. The Inter-Institutional Agreement states, at least, the following:

  • To which study programme(s) the agreement applies
  • The number of exchangeable students/ staff/ lecturers
  • Duration of the mobility
  • The type of mobility (study, traineeship, staff and/or teaching)
  • Duration of the agreement

Click here for an overview of our Erasmus+ partners

 

Please note, this overview will be updated 2 times a year.

Students of HAS University of Applied Sciences can find the most recent overview partner institutions on HAS Intranet.

Worldwide exchange partners

Besides the partners within the Erasmus+ Programme, HAS University of Applied Sciences also has partner institutions with whom we have settled agreements through Memorandums of Understanding combined with an Exchange Agreement.

These memorandums contain similar elements as the above-mentioned Inter-Institutional Agreements, but are considered to be a declaration of the mutual intention and willingness to further elaborate cooperation.

The Exchange Agreement beholds the actual agreements on the exchange.

Click here for an overview of our World Wide Partners

 

 

Please note, this overview will be updated 2 times a year.

Students of HAS University of Applied Sciences can find the most recent overview partner institutions on HAS Intranet.

Partners all over the world

Would you like to know more about our partner institutions?

Check out our partner institutions on the map!

For Partner Institutes

Relevant information

Grading system

Information for partners in order to “translate” the results obtained at HAS of their students can be found on our page about the Grading Distribution Table.

Incoming exchange

Information for our incoming exchange students on study possibilities, applications deadlines etc. can be found on our pages for incoming exchange students.

International Projects

HAS University of Applied Sciences has an international project portfolio. More information on international collaboration within this framework can be found on our page on HIP.