Tran studied International Business and was eager to work in a dynamic and international environment. "During my study, I enjoyed working with other students from various cultural backgrounds. Studying in an international environment broadens your horizon towards business cultures in various countries. My ambition is to work as a supply chain planner, in the future I would like to inspire other young entrepreneurs to develop a real sustainable business."
Quality and counseling
The student is central
Our aim as Van Hall Larenstein is to deliver education, research and services of the highest quality. This is why we keep striving for optimalisation of our education, research and operational management. We want to be among the best when it comes to quality. To realise this, the study programmes cooperate with researches conducted by external organisations, such as the accreditations of the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO), the National Student Survey and the HBO-monitor, which is the source for Elsevier and the Keuzegids (Study Choice Guide).
Extensive study counselling
Based on the anchor points in our institutional vision, the vision on graduates of Van Hall Larenstein and our vision on the learning process, our educational concept offers room to individual students to develop their talents and professional competencies in an inspiring environment. Each study programme of Van Hall Larenstein provides student guidance counselling (SGC) to guide students in their personal development.
In the policy annotation 'Studying with a disability', Van Hall Larenstein has phrased these goals:
- Clarity and direction for those involved;
- Improving the accessibility of education;
- Improving possibilities of education for students with a disability;
- Offering more choice and flexibility in study programmes, such as diversity in study routes and better counselling;
- Lower wastage rates among students with a disability and a better starting point for finding a suitable job.