Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences, which is also known as VHL, is located in the Netherlands. It has 2 campuses, located in Leeuwarden and Velp (Arnhem). The university was established in 2003 and is home to over 4,000 students.
VHL offers English taught programmes in several areas:
- Food and Nutrition
- Equine Science
- International Development
Van Hall Larenstein prides itself in not treating students as just numbers, but as the next generation of thinkers, and those who are going to change the world. Teachers and staff at VHL work in close collaboration with students, making it a welcoming environment for international students.
VHL is the most sustainable University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, and continuously combines theory with practice. The university places an emphasis on professional development, working closely with many businesses and NGOs. VHL has a history as an international school, welcoming international students and preparing them for a variety of international professional fields.