Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Inholland University of Applied Sciences rating is 3.9. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I have been studying biotechnology at Inholland since September 2020. The building is easily accessible by public transport. There are no longer people studying my direction, but there is a study association that you can join for drinks, tutoring and outings. Because so few people do my studies, there is good contact with your teacher and you can easily email them if you run into problems. The building is new but there are not many study places inside, which makes studying in the building difficult. The study itself is very tough and many students drop out in the first year of their study. If you need help with ringing the bell and going after yourself to get something done. In general, it is an excellent study with nice teachers and if you can work hard and are interested in plant breeding, for example, it is definitely recommended.View more
During the years that I have been studying at Inholland in Delft, I really enjoyed the way that the program allow us to get some experience of the real engineering world before finishing the bachelor’s degree. This is done through different projects, practicals and also 2 internships, one of which I already completed and learned many new skills that will help me to develop my engineering career. Something I did not like was the organisation during the covid times, it was really uncertain what as students we had to do, and the communication was not so clear.View more
The school has lectures weekly where you learn subjects related to your course. But the project work which is done every semester is where you apply the theory from the lectures and get a true understanding of the material. The project work so far has been challenging and interactive and fun allowing the student to get a good grasp of the material and techniques used in the study.View more
The teachers, staff and governing bodies make you feel at home away from home. I really appreciated their efforts in making the online year, due to Covid, a memorable one which helps us student to adapt to study life in the midst of the challengesView more
Since the beginning, I felt at home at the University of Applied Sciences. There are plenty of opportunities to receive help if you need it and the lecturers take their time for every individual. I am very satisfied with my study programme!View more
The program itself is everything that a future aeronautical engineer would search for, not too hard, but at the same time interesting and demanding. The teachers and the staff are helpful, reliable and most of the time fun. The only issue which might be indirectly thought of as a con is the accommodations. You need to find it on your own and this is the difficult part. Eventually, everything settles down and you start to pursue what you came for.View more
The Aeronautical Engineering program at Inholland University of Applied Sciences is a program focused on the aspect of solving real-life problems and learning theory simultaneously. It was as I expected despite the coronavirus measures which limited the first year a lot. As a person who learns best by practice rather than reading, I enjoy it very much. It is a hard study but the university makes sure you have all you need in order to succeed. I would recommend it to a friend who is action-oriented.View more
The IT program at the Inholland University of Applied Science is adequate. Most teachers and staff are professional and seem to be passionate about teaching. There are many interesting courses and you learn a lot in a short period of time.
The school year is divided into 4 terms with exams every 2 months or so. The exams are quite difficult even for those who dedicate a lot of time to studying. Unfortunately, not all courses prepare you effectively for the exams. Some classes are not structured well and cover too much information for an average student. So you end up studying on your own most of the time for over 40 hours a week. A lot of teachers ask you to refer to Google when you have questions. That is quite annoying when you are paying tuition for their assistance.
Additionally, unfortunately, I repeatedly encountered strange comments from a teacher about foreign students being less intelligent than Dutch students. This is annoying keeping in mind that my program mostly has foreign students. So I wouldn’t say that the program I’m doing is 100% comfortable for non-Dutch students.
It’s also hard to combine this program with work as you get a lot of weekly assignments and theoretical material to learn.View more