Horticulture & Business Management is the English variant of the Dutch study programme Horticulture & Arable Farming.
Did you know that the Netherlands is the second largest exporter of vegetables, flowers and other agricultural products? It makes sense, therefore, that other countries would like to learn from our expertise in the field of horticulture. In the English-taught Bachelor’s programme Horticulture & Business Management you will discover the key to the Dutch success and learn all about our technical innovations and production methods. All this is set in an international environment, with students from all over the world.
Two students, Andrei from Romania and Maria from Russia both grew up in the countryside. They explain the possibilities within the study programme and the choices they’ve made in order to realise their dreams. The balance between the practical and theoretical at HAS University of Applied Sciences is perfect for what they want for the future: to contribute to a more sustainable world.
Meet Kate and Ronald, both second year students of the study programme Horticulture & Business Management at HAS University. Watch their vlog to find out more about the Salty Soil Challenge.
What are the subjects you’ll be taught? Which teaching methods are used? What skills will you learn? And how many times will you go on an internship? You will find a general overview of the 4-year study programme in the curriculum.
How many first-year students start this study programme? What do current students think of the study programme? How many contact hours do you have in the first year? And how long does it take for graduates in Horticulture & Business Management to find a job? The answers to these questions can be found in Facts & Figures!
Which secondary school profile do you need for this study programme? And which extra subjects? What are the other admission requirements? Read which admission requirements apply to this study programme carefully.