The degree on your diploma
Our diplomas carry several kinds of degrees. Most 4-year programmes of universities of applied sciences will result in a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree, others in a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). If you attend a Master's degree programme at Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences, you will receive a Master of Science (MSc) degree.
What are the differences between Dutch academic degrees?
Until 2014 there was a distinction between the degrees of universities of applied sciences and those of research universities. If you graduated from a university of applied sciences, you automatically received a Bachelor (Ba) degree. Since 2014 however, study programmes that have recently been accredited will award you the same kind of degree as study programmes at research universities.
Whether you obtain a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Business Administration degree depends on your chosen programme. The corresponding degrees have been determined by the Dutch government.
Overview of academic degrees awarded at Van Hall Larenstein
Below is an overview of the degrees awarded at Van Hall Larenstein:
- Food Technology: BSc
- International Business: BBA
- Animal Husbandry: BSc
- International Development Management BSc
- Agricultural Production Chain Management: MSc
- Management of Development: MSc
- Innovative Dairy Chain Management: MSc
- River Delta Development: MSc