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  • HU International Business Programme Honours goes UN SDGs

    12-04-2018

    The Institute of International Business Honours programme is proud to announce that through its cooperation with Dodore Foundation (dodore.org), we have started the Breakfast Club project to provide breakfast for underprivileged children aged 3-10 years in the Kawangare slums of Nairobi, Kenya. The project began in October 2017 by building awareness and fundraising with different stakeholders including Dodore Foundation, International School of Amsterdam (isa.nl) and the International Rotaract Nachtwacht Club of Amsterdam (racani.nl).

  • New HU building in the summer of 2018

    10-04-2018 New building Heidelberglaan 15

    On Monday 3 September 2018, the newest building of HU will be ready for the new school year. Heidelberglaan 15 will be the home base for seven institutes, among them the Institute for Communication and the Institute for International Business Studies.

  • UtrechtInc among international top university business incubators

    26-02-2018

    Dutch business incubators again managed to reach top ranking for best university business incubator in the world, the UBI Global 2017/2018. YES!Delft reached second place and UtrechtInc reached tenth place in the ranking.

  • Apply now for our Holland scholarships

    22-01-2018

    New students from outside the EEA that apply for a programme at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, have the opportunity to apply for the Holland Scholarship. We have 15 scholarships to give out to excellent first-year applicants.

  • International collaboration project wins UN prize

    28-11-2017

    Some fifteen years ago, HU lecturer Paul Jaspers helped to establish the Global Enterprise Experience (GEE). GEE was founded to support students from different countries in starting their own business. Last year, HU students began participating in the scheme once again. On the 29th of November, the GEE project leader will be awarded a prestigious prize at the United Nations in New York.

  • HU is proud of student team “Selficient” for achieving seventh place

    16-10-2017

    HU University of Applied Sciences is proud of its student team “Selficient” for achieving the seventh place overall with their self-designed zero-energy house at the finals of the 2017 Solar Decathlon international sustainability competition in the USA. The team also achieved second place for “Market Potential” and third place for “Water Efficiency”, as well as receiving the audience award.

  • New Creative Business programme from September 2018!

    06-10-2017

    Creative Business is our new state-of-the-art degree programme focusing on the latest developments in international marketing, media and communication. It equips you with a blend of professional skills highly desired by employers in creative industries such as advertising, media and entertainment, design, music, publishing, gaming, fashion and IT. But also in other organisations – commercial and non-profit – and consultancies. Along the way you learn how to manage the commercial power of creativity, to think strategically and conceptually.

  • New International Business programme from September 2018!

    06-10-2017

    HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht is proud to present its newly developed BBA International Business programme, beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. Our aim is to train young professionals for international success in such fields as marketing and sales, finance and accounting, operations and supply chain management, organisation and people. This is your chance to fulfil your dreams and ambitions with a degree that will pave the way to a great career in the world business arena!

  • Eight HU students win VSBfonds grant

    23-05-2017

    The VSBfonds annually provides grants to students for further study or research projects abroad. The winners for the 2017-2018 academic year were announced last week. Eight students from HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht were among the lucky winners out of a total of 165 students from various Dutch educational institutes.

  • SAUNAC helps make cities in Asia more sustainable

    18-05-2017

    An international project, the Sustainability Alliance of Urban Networks in Asian Cities (SAUNAC), was recently launched at a conference in Hanoi, Vietnam. The project is a collaborative venture between institutions of higher education (including the HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht), companies, and government bodies from various countries. SAUNAC’s aim is to accelerate the design, development and implementation of solutions for the sustainability issues currently affecting Asian cities.

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