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Breda University of Applied Sciences

Breda University of Applied Sciences

Breda University of Applied Sciences


Breda University of Applied Sciences is a medium-sized, government-funded higher education institute. More than 7,000 Dutch and international students from some 100 countries are studying at our institute. We offer bachelor’s and master’s programs at professional and academic levels in the domains of Games, Media, Hotel, Facility, Logistics, Built Environment, Tourism, and Leisure & Events.

Our subject areas are very much interconnected. Because of this you will get a broad education, notice connections between topics, and learn to create solutions coming from different angles.

We cooperate with businesses operating at the top of their fields. This means that you can get work placement positions at some of the big names in your field of expertise.

In our extensive international network, we cooperate with other universities and companies in education and research. To you, this means a lot of opportunities abroad. For instance exchanges, research projects, and field trips.

Entrepreneurship is at the core of our learning community. You are encouraged to start your own business, it can even be your graduation project!

We are internationally accredited by amongst others the UN World Tourism Organization, the World Leisure Organization, and the International Facility Management Association. Furthermore, we have an ECA certificate for Quality in Programme Internationalisation.

Our new and green campus is located near the center of the student city Breda. On campus, there are many opportunities for meeting people and getting inspired. The city itself is fun, safe, and internationally oriented.

Why study at Breda University of Applied Sciences

Studying abroad is a very good experience. You learn about other cultures and gain a greater understanding of the world.

Student services & facilities

Breda University of Applied Sciences offers several services and facilities for students.

There are many opportunities to meet and inspire each other on campus, in project spaces, labs, and studios, or just outside on a bench. In the former convent, you will find the library and a study and resource center including silent areas. The Hotel domain's in-school training company can also be found here, as well as the food courts and the Service Desk. Everywhere on campus, you can find a bite to eat, a place to work in silence, or to relax.

Each study program has its own project spaces, labs, workshops, and studios where students and lecturers can work. Additionally, there is an on-campus Innovation Square which offers space to enterprising graduating students and start-ups. All the necessary facilities are present so nothing gets in the way of creativity!

Playing some football, table tennis, and a game of chess. There are several sports and recreational facilities on campus for students and staff. Inside and outside. It is possible to produce radio shows and you can also make music in the Music Room!

Campus Features

Our campus consists of three buildings named Horizon, Ocean, and Frontier, all of them located on the same grounds in Breda.

The Horizon building is a former monastery with a chapel. It is a monumental place for Hotel & Facility and Tourism courses. You will also find the Library, Food Courts, and Service Desk here.

The Ocean Building is the home of the Leisure & Events courses. It is the beating heart of the BUas community with the Playground and Sports Bar for students and employees.

The Built Environment & Logistics and Games & Media domains are housed in Frontier Building. You will also find Innovation Square, the BUas radio station, the Music Room, and a Food Plaza.


Unfortunately, Breda University of Applied Sciences has no campus or student rooms of its own and, therefore, it will be your own responsibility to find accommodation in Breda. Rental prices for a student room in Breda vary from €350 to €550 per calendar month. Fortunately, BUas is researching several new options for the academic year 2020-2021. If we have news, we will make sure to share this on the BUas website.

    Scholarships and Funding

    The Dutch government is attempting to make Dutch higher education as accessible as possible to students and mid-career professionals from other countries. In the Netherlands, higher education is subsidized for students from EEA countries, Surinam or Switzerland (please mind the additional conditions pdf on our website), which means that tuition fees can be kept relatively low, especially compared with the United Kingdom and the United States.

    Sometimes scholarships can be used as an allowance. The overview below contains several scholarships that may be useful for you.

    Scholarships can be divided into scholarships for bachelor and master students.

    Scholarships for bachelor students:

    • BUas Bachelor Scholarship
    • Orange Tulip Scholarship
    • Holland Scholarship
    • Study grant

    Scholarships for master students:

    • Orange Knowledge Programme
    • StuNed Scholarship
    • LPDP Scholarship
    • Colfutoro Scholarship-Loan Program
    • Study grant

    For more information, visit the dedicated scholarship page on the BUas website.

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