HAN International School of Business

HAN International School of Business

Location

Arnhem, Netherlands 

Website

han.nl

Availability

 UniSA Business - Undergraduate only


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    HAN University of Applied Sciences is one of the fifth largest universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. 

    HAN offers high-quality, practice-based education to more than 30,000 students. HAN’s centres of expertise provide tailored research to companies and institutions. 

    HAN International School of Business forms part of HAN University of Applied Sciences. HAN has two campuses, Arnhem and Nijmegan, however most courses in economics and management are taught at HAN’s Arnhem campus. The Arnhem campus is located in the middle of a large park and has beautiful green surroundings.

    You’ll find everything you need at each campus; extensive multimedia centres, good IT facilities, modern lecture halls, high-tech laboratories and places to socialise with classmates. Each building has its own cafeteria, where you can get drinks and snacks. The larger cafeterias also offer warm meals. There are several cafes, where you can wind down with fellow students after a day of studying.

    If you want to do sports during your study, you are welcome to join the various student sports clubs in Arnhem or Nijmegen. Most of the sports venues offer very affordable prices and students from HAN often get a discount. The sports facilities are close by, so you can be even healthier and do as the Dutch - ride there on your bike!

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    Arnhem is a city and municipality located in the eastern part of the Netherlands. Noted for its green spaces, architecture, cafes and creative industries, Arnhem provides the perfect small city experience. It’s just a few kilometres from the German border, but also within easy reach of Amsterdam, London, Paris, Brussels and Berlin.

    The city of Arnhem offers a variety of eye-catching attractions, from fashion to history, museums to pubs, and concert halls to nightclubs. The Netherlands Open-air museum is one of the city’s prime attractions, and showcases the traditional lifestyle and ways of a rural Dutch community.

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    • John Forstbrug
    • Eusebiuskerk
    • Sabelspoort
    • Diamond Museum Amsterdam
    • Airborne at the Bridge
    • Nederlands Openlucht museum
    • De Zilte Zeemeermin
    • 't Taphuys
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    The Netherlands, officially known as the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is a country in Northwestern Europe. It borders Germany, Belgium and the North Sea. The Netherlands is a founding member of the EU, Eurozone, G10, NATO, OECD and WTO, and is also part of the Schengen area.

    The Netherlands has a population of approximately 17 million people, of which 40% live in Amsterdam. The official languages are Dutch and West Frisian. You may also hear Low Saxon and Limburgish spoken in certain regions, however English is widely spoken throughout. The country has strong regional identities and the cultures you see in the north may be very different to those in the south of the country.

    The four largest cities in the Netherlands are the capital city of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht. The Hague is a centre of European lawmaking and politics and the port of Rotterdam is the largest in Europe and any country outside Asia. As such the country has a major influence on the rest of Europe. The Netherlands is widely recognised as the country with the world's best cycling culture, a massive number of windmills and a significant area of land below sea level. The city of Amsterdam is a prime tourist location and features many picturesque canals and waterways. The music scene in this country is thriving, and it plays host to thousands of festivals every year. The local beer and cheese makes for a delicious night out, and the famous tulip fields and flower markets are beautiful sights. The Netherlands is regularly listed among the best and happiest places to live in the world, and offers a great mix of tourist cities and charming country towns. If you have an interest in history, you will find plenty here as there are cities dating back to Roman times. This is also the birthplace of the Dutch East India Company – the world’s first formally listed public company engaged in multiple commercial and industrial activities, international trade, shipbuilding as well as the production and trade of East Indian spices. Some say that all modern-day corporations are 'direct descendants' of the Company.

    Did you know?

    Carrots are orange because of the Dutch! The original vegetable was commonly grown in a range of colours. William 11 of England, often known as William of Orange, helped the Dutch gain independence from Spain in the 17th century. It is said that Dutch farmers developed the orange carrot in tribute to him, and grew it in such abundance that other forms of carrot disappeared from mass agricultural production. Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport offers more direct flights than any airport in the world. In 2016, the airport operated 4,633 flights per week.

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HAN International School of Business

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UniSA exchange deadline

August 1st to go on exchange in SP2

January 11th to go on exchange in SP5

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Fall Semester
September to January

Spring Semester
February to July


HAN International School of Business

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UniSA exchange deadline

August 1st to go on exchange in SP2

January 11th to go on exchange in SP5

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Weather
Autumn/Winter: 2°c to 6°c
Spring/Summer: 17°c to 20°c

Currency
 € Euro 

Local language/s
Dutch


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    HAN International School of Business does not offer airport pick up from Schiphol Airport or any other airports. Instead students can be picked up from Arnhem Central Station and taken to their accommodation on the general arrival day only.

    If you arrive outside this timeline, you will need to make your own way to the campus. More information on how to get to the campus can be found here.

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    HAN Housing Office facilitates student housing at locations in Arnhem and Nijmegen. Unfortunately, you will not be able to apply or chose your accommodation option. As part of the application process, you will be randomly placed in the available rooms in Arnhem at the Bergstraat and the Römerselaan. These accommodation are not on campus however are centrally located in Arnhem and is a short distance from campus.

    More information on accommodation can be found here.

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    As an exchange partner with the University of South Australia, you do not have to pay tuition fees to HAN International School of Business, instead you will pay tuition as you would normally at UniSA. Travel and living expenses are at your own cost. The table below gives an indication of costs you will incur:

    Items Approximate Cost (AUD)
    Return flights from Adelaide $2000
    Accommodation $750 to $1,150 per month
    Meals/Groceries $350 per month
    Transportation $110 per month
    Entertainment and incidentals including phone, laundry etc. $550 to $600 per month

    More information can be found here.

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    You may be eligible to receive additional grants or scholarships to fund your experience. For more information please see the funding and scholarships website.

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    UniSA offers travel insurance as part of your exchange for up to 270 days (can be extended up to 365 days). For more information please see travel insurance website 

    Please click hereto read the travel insurance policy. 

    A list of Frequently Asked Questions can be found here. 

    If you have any further questions about travel insurance, please contact the UniSA Insurance Office on 08 8302 1678. 

HAN International School of Business

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UniSA exchange deadline

August 1st to go on exchange in SP2

January 11th to go on exchange in SP5

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Visa information

It is your responsibility to apply for your visa for your overseas study experience. You can refer to the relevant consulate regarding a specific countries visa requirement. UniSA is legally unable to provide visa advice. Please see below links for more information.

Australian Government DFAT brief on Netherlands is available here.

Netherlands consulate website can be found here.

HAN International School of Business student visa FAQ is available here.

Register your travel

To participate in an exchange experience, you must register your travel with International SOS (iSOS). We will provide instructions on how to do this throughout the process. 
 
UniSA has partnered with iSOS to offer our students medical, safety and security advice, referrals, emotional support and routine and emergency assistance when travelling or living abroad. 
 
For more information please visit the Travel Health and Safety Webpage
 
Before your departure, we strongly encourage you to visit the  Smartraveller website. 
 
The website contains important information you need to know about travel documents, up to date travel advisories on destinations you may be travelling to on behalf of the University, travel tips and more. 

HAN International School of Business

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UniSA exchange deadline

August 1st to go on exchange in SP2

January 11th to go on exchange in SP5

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How to apply

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HAN International School of Business Summer/WINTER SCHOOL 

The focus of the programme is personal growth and understanding 'how to do business' in Europe. But mostly on how entrepreneurship is part of everyday life. Terms like 'agile', 'disruptive thinking' and 'sustainability' are preached and practiced. The approach is broad, meaning you will be triggered by the content of the lectures and are stimulated to apply it to real life situations immediately. Group work and coaching complete the course.

European Culture, Business & Entrepreneurship / Supply Chain Management - Summer School
Location:
the Netherlands
UniSA Application Deadline:
15th March 2024

Program Dates:
24th June - 12th July 2024
3 weeks

 

Credit: 
6 ECTS (see credit note below)

Program Fee:
EUR 1500 (see Program Fee Information below)

Mode of delivery: 
In-country
Language of Instruction: 
English
Program Website: HAN website
Program Brochure: Not currently available
Credit Notes:
7.5 ECTS is equal to 4.5 UniSA units
Please note: as 6 ECTS is not equivalent to 4.5 UniSA credits, students will also need to submit an additional piece of assessment, a reflective journal, to UniSA

Program Fee Information:
 Program Fee includes
- accommodation & breakfast for 3 weeks
- all study materials
- transport to & from campus on week days
- company visits & cultural excursions
- farewell meal

Funding Available:
OS-HELP loans are available for eligible students.
This program is part of student exchange agreement - students stay enrolled at, and pay normal tuition fees, to UniSA.
Eligibility Criteria:
All students must meet standard short-term exchange selection criteria and any host institution requirements. 

Other Information:
Exchange places are dependant on availability – other program fees apply, see partner website for details. 
Final credit pre-approval to be determined by your Program Director

 

European Culture, Business & Entrepreneurship / Supply Chain Management - Winter School
Location:
the Netherlands
UniSA Application Deadline:
Program has now passed. Listed here for reference purposes only.

Program Dates:
8th – 26th January 2024
3 weeks

 

Credit: 
6 ECTS (see credit note below)

Program Fee:
EUR 1500 (see Program Fee Information below)

Mode of delivery: 
In-country
Language of Instruction: 
English
Program Website: HAN website
Program Brochure: Not currently available
Credit Notes:
7.5 ECTS is equal to 4.5 UniSA units
*Please note: as 6 ECTS is not equivalent to 4.5 UniSA credits, students will also need to submit an additional piece of assessment, a reflective journal, to UniSA

Program Fee Information:
 Program Fee includes
- Accommodation and breakfast
- Transportation between accommodation and campus on week days
- Study materials
- Health & liability insurance
- Excursions and company visits
- Farewell meal

Funding Available:
OS-HELP loans are available for eligible students.
This program is part of student exchange agreement - students stay enrolled at, and pay normal tuition fees, to UniSA.

Eligibility Criteria:
All students must meet standard short-term exchange selection criteria and any host institution requirements. 
Host requirement: Students must have completed at least 1 year at Bachelor level.

Other Information:
Exchange places are dependant on availability – other program fees apply, see partner website for details. 
Final credit pre-approval to be determined by your Program Director



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