In addition to our English-taught study programmes, we also offer several Bachelor and Associate Degree programmes that are taught in Dutch. For these Dutch programmes, a minimum level of Dutch corresponding to the NT2 exam is required.
Bachelor programmes in Dutch
Our Bachelor programmes, offered in Dutch (all links refer to our Dutch website):
- Agribusiness and Business Administration
- Animal Management
- Biology and Medical Laboratory Research
- Chemical Engineering
- Coastal and Marine Management
- Environmental Sciences
- Forensic Investigative Laboratory Research
- Forestry and Nature Management (also part-time)
- Garden and Landscape Architecture (also part-time)
- Horticulture and Arable Farming
- Land and Water Management (also part-time)
- Management of the Living Environment
Associate Degree in Dutch
An Associate Degree (AD) is a two-year higher vocational programme with an accredited diploma. This new degree is tailored to the need of businesses for highly educated personnel in specific positions. Especially intermediate vocational (mbo-4) students and people with work experience increase their job prospects with an Associate degree.
After completing the two-year programme, students can continue their studies to get a Bachelor degree. Usually it is possible to shorten the bachelor programme by one year if the student completed a related vocational study programme.
VHL offers the following Associate degrees (AD) in Dutch:
- Dairy farming (full-time, taught in Dutch)
- Integral Enforcement Sustainability Law (part-time, taught in Dutch)
- Sustainable Soil Management (part-time, taught in Dutch)
- Sustainable Water Technology (part-time, taught in Dutch)
- Garden and Landscape Architecture (full-time and part-time, taught in Dutch)
- Land and Water Management (part-time and full-time, taught in Dutch)
- Food Technology (part-time, taught in Dutch)
For our Dutch-taught Bachelor programmes, a minimum level of Dutch corresponding to the NT2 exam is required. Please contact email@example.com for more information about these programmes, admission requirements, application procedure and tuition fees. You can also check our Dutch website for more information about these programmes.