REGISTRATION VIA STUDIELINK
REGISTRATION FOR STUDY YEAR 2021/2022 IS NO LONGER POSSIBLE.
View the admission requirements page of the study programme to read which admission requirements you must meet and follow the application procedure. Questions? Get in touch with the student advisor.
Regular application procedure
You can register for the HAS University of Applied Sciences Bachelor’s study programme International Food & Agribusiness in location 's-Hertogenbosch (CROHO number 39281), via Studielink from 1 October 2020. You must complete your application before the 1st of May 2021, in order to have admission right (if you meet the admission requirements). After 1 May, different rules apply.
You will find more information about Dutch CROHO accreditation on the website of the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).
ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED
Studielink will send your details to HAS University of Applied Sciences automatically.
The International Office of HAS University of Applied Sciences processes the applications of all students with a non-Dutch diploma.
During the applications process, you will need to upload several documents to enable the International Office to assess your application.
In the menu on the right, you will find all the steps in the application process for students with a non-Dutch diploma, who want to apply to register on one of the English-taught programmes at HAS University of Applied Sciences. Step 5 includes a list of the documents you will need to provide.
REGISTRATION FOR STUDY PROGRAMMES IN DUTCH
If you want to register for a Dutch-taught study programme, you will find details of what you need to do on the Dutch version of the HAS University of Applied Sciences website.
If you have a Dutch diploma (or will obtain your Dutch diploma this school year) you should visit the Dutch version of our website for further details of the application process.
You will find more practical information about all the necessary preparations in the Studying at HAS section of our website, or on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
For further information regarding the different study programmes, see the study programme web page, or send an email to the student adviser of the study programme you are interested in. You will find their contact details here.
If you have any further questions related to the application process or on any other practical matters, please contact the International Office.
My application has been refused, but I want to appeal
If you disagree with the rejection of your registration request, you can send an appeal to the Examinations Appeal Board within 6 weeks of the date of the notification. To request details of the appeals procedure, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.