With an EDUopinions rating of 3.7 stars after eighteen reviews left by students, we present to you the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht (or Hogeschool Utrecht in Dutch) located in The Netherlands.
HU can be found outside of Utrecht – The Netherlands’ fourth largest city. The university offers more than sixty courses at Bachelor and Master levels, summer schools, as well as being home to researchers. Areas of study include Economics and Management, Health Care, Science and Technology, Communication and Journalism, and Education and Social Professions. HU students study these subjects amidst an incredibly diverse student body which includes more than one hundred different nationalities.
Students’ Reviews For HU
You will find a mixed bag when you look at the reviews HU students have left on EDUopinions.com about their alma mater. Students have articulated what they like and do not like about the university, giving visitors to the HU EDUopinions page an honest and well-rounded view of this Dutch educational institute.
Among the frequently-mentioned positives are the internationality of the university (which leads to students improving their level of English as well as making many new friends from different cultures), the focus on practical subject material (enabling students to cultivate successful careers after they complete their degrees at HU), the study abroad and/or internship option available during one’s studies, and the teachers at the school (how helpful and kind the students find them to be).
Other HU positives according to EDUopinions commenters include the city of Utrecht itself, the fast-track option available to complete your university studies in a shorter time frame, and the nice coffee on campus!
Here are some HU student comments that can be found on the EDUopinions site.
Andrea here tells us about her HU experience with an impressive five-star review.
HU student Lorenzo gave EDUopinions an informed and detailed account of his thoughts on the university.
You may find some more HU student testimonials on the university’s website.
Applying to HU
The emphasis HU places on welcoming international students is again evident in the ‘how to apply’ section of the university’s website. You can find out more about HU’s application process for international students here – just be mindful of closing dates and entry requirements.
Scholarships and Financial Aid Available
HU is a state-funded university. If you wish to study at HU, you may apply for scholarships, grants, and/or financial aid – even as an international student. Here is where you can find out more on this.
This brings us to the end of our article on Hogeschool Utrecht. We at EDUopinions hope we have helped you get to know this school better! Let us know how we did in the comments, and please feel welcome to leave an account of your own university experience on EDUopinions.com. We look forward to hearing your opinions!