Horticulture & Business Management (BSc)

the Netherlands

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The award
BSc

How long you will study
4 years

Domestic course fees
EUR 2083 per year

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
EUR 7550 per year

All study options

About Horticulture & Business Management at HAS University of Applied Sciences

Did you know that the Netherlands is the second largest exporter of vegetables, flowers and other agricultural products? It makes sense, therefore, that other countries would like to learn from our expertise in the field of horticulture. In the English-taught Bachelor’s programme Horticulture & Business Management you will discover the key to the Dutch success and learn all about our technical innovations and production methods. All this is set in an international environment, with students from all over the world.

The English-language Bachelor’s programme Horticulture & Business Management will introduce you to the world of plants and the entire chain from producer to consumer. You will follow technical courses on innovative cultivation techniques, but also learn about management and organisation, national and international trade, marketing and sales.

You can choose between three specialisations:

  • Applied Plant Research
  • Global Trade & Business Management
  • Cultivation & Technology

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardBScHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study4 years
    Course startsSeptemberDomestic course feesEUR 2083 per yearInternational course feesEUR 7550 per year

Notes about fees for this course

The tuition fees for EU-students for the academic year 2019-2020 are € 2,083. The Dutch government is halving tuition fees for first-year students in higher education. Those who meet all the conditions will pay €1,041,50 instead of €2,083 for the first year. Read more about the terms and conditions.

The tuition fees for non-EU students (excluding students Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, and Switzerland) are € 7,550.

Indication of additional costs year 1: books, excursions and activities: € 505.

Entry requirements

The admission requirement for this 4-year Bachelor programme is a secondary school diploma, equivalent to the Dutch HAVO diploma, with the final-year subjects mathematics and chemistry. Practical (work-) experience is beneficial but not obligatory. The level of your diploma will be assessed after HAS has received your complete application form. If you want to know how your high school diploma is valued in the Netherlands before you apply, check the information in the Nuffic Foreign education systems.

GCSE in at least 4 subjects (grade A-C) and GCE with at least 2 subjects at advanced subsidiary level (in 6 different subjects).

Specific requirements

  • Mathematics and Chemistry should be at least GCSE level.

or

  • BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (sector Land-based and Environment)

Please note that we always need to assess the value of your diploma. Nuffic will check your diploma for authenticity and academic level.

What students think about HAS University of Applied Sciences

    Liene from Latvia studies Horticulture & Business Management

    Testimonial from Liene from Latvia studies Horticulture & Business Management, student at HAS University of Applied Sciences

    At HAS you get stimulated to be an independent thinker. The project work is really important. Nobody holds your hand, you just go for it. And that stimulates the creative and resourceful mind! All the excursions we get to make trigger your imagination. They make you realise the enormous variety of possible jobs in horticulture. Possibilities you would never have thought of yourself. You learn about the biological aspects of growing things but you also learn to look at what you grow as a lucrative product. As something you can put in the market, as a commercial possibility.

    Max from Germany studies International Food & Agribusiness

    Testimonial from Max from Germany studies International Food & Agribusiness, student at HAS University of Applied Sciences

    “What I like most about IFA so far is that our lecturers come from all kinds of different backgrounds. Some have worked for the European Union or the United Nations, others for NGOs or the private sector. It’s great to learn from their experiences. I can only recommend anybody who is interested in food and sustainability to choose this study programme. I think it’s the best option out there.”

    Eric from Ghana studies International Food & Agribusiness

    Testimonial from Eric from Ghana studies International Food & Agribusiness, student at HAS University of Applied Sciences

    “Before I came to the Netherlands I worked as a supply chain officer for a big multinational company where I was responsible for gathering market information. I realised that sustainability was a big issue, so I specifically chose this study programme to learn more about that area. I think in the near future I’ll go back to Ghana to help improve the agricultural industry there.”

    Watch Eric's testimonial!

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