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Student life in The Hague

For our students, studying in The Hague can make a big difference. The Hague is proud to be known as the international city of peace and justice. The city is full of opportunity and is a fantastic student city.

Student city The Hague

The Hague is a fantastic place to combine study with a lively social life, personal development and working on your future. There is the HOP introduction week for all new students in The Hague, as well as a wide range of sport and culture. On Study in The Hague you'll find all information about student city The Hague.

The Hague is an attractive place to live. There is good reason why it is rated as one of the most attractive student cities in world rankings. The Hague has eleven kilometers of beach within cycling distance of the historic city centre. This is the perfect place to take a breather.

Education in an international environment

The Hague offers a wide range of appealing academic programmes in an international environment. Students broaden their view of the world and quickly develop a large international network. The teaching is supplemented by guest lectures given by professionals who work in and around The Hague, and by the many opportunities for internships offered by the city.

Social activities

All our programmes in The Hague have their own study association, and there are also student associations. These organise study trips, lectures and numerous social activities. This means that students quickly make friends and start to build a network that will stand them in good stead for the rest of their lives.

Meeting places

Beehive Student Centre, situated directly opposite Wijnhaven building, is a place where students can meet each other, study, work out and get advice from the experts at Student Support Services. Office spaces and meeting rooms are available for student and study associations. 

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