Part-time bachelor

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PART-TIME BACHELOR DEGREE


Part-time bachelor degrees 

Are you interested in climate change, sustainable sources of energy, water management, new environmental permits or environmental planning? And do you want to combine your job with a practice-based higher vocational training? Then our part-time training programmes are just the thing for you!

An investment in your future

The big plus of a part-time training is that you receive an education while you work. This way you develop some competences on-the-job. The programmes are set up in such a way that they can easily be combined with a job or other daily activities. Employers usually encourage a part-time education. For them it’s also a way of acquiring the latest specialised knowledge!

We offer the following part-time bachelor degree courses:

Environment (Leeuwarden, taught in Dutch)
Land and Water Management (Velp, taught in Dutch)
Forestry and Nature Management (Velp, taught in Dutch)
Garden and Landscape Architecture (Velp, taught in Dutch)

Our Life Sciences department also offers a lot of possibilities. Officially those courses are all full time, but we’d love to help you set-up a flexible programme.

We also offer two-year part-time Associate Degrees.

If you have any questions about our part-time bachelor programmes, please send an e-mail to info@vhluniversity.com

 

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New addition to degree on diploma

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03-04-2015 • Since 2014 the programmes at VHL University of Applied Sciences that have been accredited by the NVAO have the same degrees as university studies. It is now allowed to add ‘of Science’ or ‘of Business Administration’ to the bachelor’s and master’s degrees.  read more

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John Dofrian at International Trade Fair Aalsmeer

Students of the Master of Agricultural Production Chain Management and Bachelor students went on a trip to Aalsmeer and Vijfhuizen to visit the International Trade Fair, which was organised in November 2016 by Flora Holland.  read more

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