HAS University 3rd best medium-sized university of applied sciences in the Netherlands, according to Dutch Keuzegids
Bij Elsevier 'Beste studies 2019' staan we dit jaar op de 6e plek bij de specialistische hogescholen. In this year’s prestigious Elsevier 'Best study programmes in 2019' we are a commendable 6th place under the specialist universities of applied sciences.
According to the Dutch Keuzegids HBO 2020, HAS University of Applied Sciences is the 3rd best medium-sized university of applied sciences in the Netherlands in terms of student satisfaction and quality of education, down 1 place compared to last year. This year, HAS University of Applied Sciences has a total score of 66 points, just 0.5 behind second-place University of Applied Sciences Zeeland and 1 point lower than in the 2019 guide. In 1st place his year is the Christian University of Applied Sciences in Ede with 74 points.
HAS University of Applied Sciences is the best Green university of applied sciences in the Netherlands.
Study programmes with more than 75 points are given the quality seal reserved for top programmes. In this year’s guide, this is the case for 2 of the study programmes at the ‘s-Hertogenbosch location of HAS University of Applied Sciences:
Elsevier research in to the 'Best study programmes 2019'
In the Elsevier research in to the ‘Best study programmes 2019’ HAS University of Applied Sciences is in 6th place in the category ‘Specialist universities of applied sciences. Problems with carrying out the National Student Survey, under the responsibility of the Studiekeuze123 Foundation mean that for the first time since the first edition in 1994, this year’s survey does not include the current student assessments. A programme has been set up in order to rectify this, but the universities of applied sciences are not participating in it and so no student scores will be made available. As a result, Elsevier has used alternative information to assess the universities of applied sciences, namely different research carried out between 2014 and 2018.