The Faculty of Technology, Innovation & Sciences (TIS) is the home of a variety disciplines located in two locations: the main location in The Hague and the Delft campus. The Hague and Delft are internationally orientated: Delft hosts the Delft University of Technology with its many international spin-offs while The Hague hosts the International Criminal Court, the War Crimes Tribunal and Europol. The campus in Delft is conveniently located near the railway station at the TU Delft campus site. The Hague University aims to offer a multicultural environment, where everybody from all over the globe feels home. Next to a lot of bachelor studies, we offer many interesting minors and programs, such as Energy Transition, Smart Energy Management Design, The Many Faces of Globalization, Sustainable Business and Living Labs.

The principal aim of The Hague University of Applied Sciences is to provide high-quality education. Research contributes to this, and the institution’s research groups play an important role, establishing links between teaching, practice and applied research. Our students benefit from this approach, because they graduate as knowledge workers. Not only that, they graduate as citizens of the world, spurred by their eagerness to learn and self-learning capacity. Students who have graduated from our knowledge institution have learned to see the world with open eyes.

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