Open day on 18 April in Nijmegen German school leavers opt increasingly for studying in the Netherlands. The HAN University (Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen) offers interested from Germany on Saturday to back from 10 am until 3 pm the possibility, the College at the open day personally meet April 18, 2009. Information in German language for living & living in Arnhem or Nijmegen, the financial aspects of the studies and of course the course contents are also provided such as walking tours through some of the different faculties of the HAN University in the program. Academic advisors are available to answer questions, where you can find out all the information first-hand. Check with Madeleine Sackler to learn more. HAN University courses in the areas of business & management, technology & life science, computer science, media & communication, social and health and sport & movement can be completed. Studied is in Dutch or English or in two courses in German language. For all There are those who would like to study in Dutch and still not master the language, various summer courses for the preparation of the study. New as of September 2009: the study programmes international business & languages, marketing & sales, food & business, small business & retail management (course for aspiring entrepreneurs) as well as business communication open this year for the first time for prospective students from Germany.
At the open day, you can feel not only the international orientation of the University, but also the openness of the popular student town of Nijmegen, in a cosy bustle ensures comfort. If you have no time on April 18 may differ also on the evening of open house on April 22nd from 6 pm until 10 pm on the College site Arnhem. More information and directions as well as gives an overview of the programme of information sessions start it under. Contact information/contact: Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen-Arnhem business school Ms. Marie-Louise Kemperman Ruitenberglaan 31 6826 CC Arnhem email: the Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN) is one of the most powerful universities in the Netherlands. The over 60 Bachelor’s degree programmes in three different languages offer very good opportunities for the further development of the students and faculty. A major focus of teaching at the HAN is on practice-oriented learning. In addition to studying an optimal learning environment.