Study at Zuyd

  • Study at Zuyd

    Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
    With approximately 40 bachelor’s and 10 master’s degree programmes, over 14,000 students and 1,550 staff, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. Students can choose from both bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in the field of:

    • Economics, Languages and Communication
    • Behaviour and Society
    • Health Care
    • Fine Arts, Music and Drama
    • Education
    • Technology and Engineering


    Best in the Netherlands

    Zuyd has been in the top 3 of the big Dutch universities of applied sciences for many years. The ‘Keuzegids Hoger Onderwijs’, a guide offering independent information about all Dutch universities of applied sciences, draws up this ranking once a year. The guide bases its information on facts and figures from the universities and on extensive independent research, for example student satisfaction.

    Partner for businesses
    Zuyd University of Applied Sciences is an important partner for Euroregional businesses and organisations as far as business courses, applied research, work placements and (graduation) projects are concerned. Through the University’s Research Centres, knowledge is exchanged between the University and the (Euro)region. Zuyd aims to be a Euroregional Gateway to Knowledge, bringing together students, staff, businesses and government institutions. It focuses on circulating knowledge, since “exchanging knowledge” means “multiplying knowledge”.

    Location Maastricht
    Zuyd University of Applied Sciences in Maastricht has 5 campuses, accommodating the Art departments (Academy of Music, Academy of Theatre and the Academy of Visual Arts and Design), the Maastricht Hotel Management School, and the Faculties of International Business and Communication, Education and Communication and Multimedia Design.

    The International Business School is part of the Faculty of International Business and Communication, together with the study programmes of European Studies, Oriental Languages and Communication and the School of Translation and Interpreting. The old convent which the faculty is conveniently located in, is within easy reach of the railway station and the city centre.