Univerzita Inholland v Nizozemí nabízí ideální místo ke studiu na mezinárodní úrovni. Jako studenti Inholland univerzity se seznámíte s profesionálními anglicky mluvicími lektory, studenty z mnoha ostatních zemí a také se seznámíte s potencionálními budoucími zaměstnavateli, kteří vám pomohou v budoucí kariéře.
You will graduate from the Aeronautical Engineering bachelor’s degree programme as a Bachelor of Science in the broad field of the aircraft and space industry. The focus of this four-year programme will be on designing and constructing aircraft and aircraft components. You will learn about engineering in general and you will gain practical experience during your work placements. The Aeronautical Engineering department of Inholland Delft works closely with Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). You will be able to make full use of the facilities available at TU Delft, such as the wind tunnel. You will also have access to the university library. What is more, TU Delft has a huge collection of aircraft components as well as fully-assembled aircraft.
The International Business Innovation Studies (IBIS) programme is Inholland’s new challenging, fully international (English-taught) 4-year full-time bachelor programme. It is aimed at providing the business world and society with agents of innovation who can help the business they work for to survive and thrive in this age of rapid change. These are professionals who look at the (business) world from a fresh perspective, who can see beyond the conventional ‘business as usual’, who spot or create opportunities, who understand customer needs, who come up with new ideas (for products, services, business models, ways of doing things within the business) and who are capable of implementing these in the existing business context.
International Music Management is a bachelor programme that prepares students to fulfill management positions in the music business globally. As a manager within this particular field within the media and entertainment industry students learn to fulfill core functions in creative business and are prepared to direct diverse teams, often composed of people from different backgrounds. Managers in the music business take care of finances & control, planning and deadlines. The IMM programme stands for entrepreneurship, creativity and social involvement, with a strong focus on an industry that is still growing and in need of employees that are trained on a bachelor level.
Mathematical Engineering is a bachelor programme that operates on the border of mathematics and IT. It focuses on data, information and the importance of them for all sorts of organisations. More than ever information is seen as the fuel of the 21st century. Organisations depend on having the right information at the right time in the right place. You can even say that without information no organisation can exist, not even to mention functioning properly. Information comes from data. The more data we assemble and combine, the more we need engineers with mathematical knowledge and skills to find the relevant information amongst all the existing data.
Media and Entertainment Management is a bachelor programme that prepares students to fulfil international management positions in the world of television, film, radio, music, events, interactive media and gaming. As a manager in the global world of media and entertainment, graduates manage teams of people from different cultural backgrounds. These managers manage budgets and monitor planning and deadlines. The IMEM programme stands for entrepreneurship, creativity and social involvement. The creative industry is a growing industry and that means employment for graduates.
People love travelling and visiting new destinations, but did you know that tourism is the world’s largest service sector, or that it is the fastest growing economic sector in many countries? Tourism is one of the world’s most important sources of employment. It stimulates investment, can help improve quality of life for local communities and provides governments with substantial revenue. This growth means an increasing demand for well-trained tourism managers – professionals who design tourism products in a responsible and sustainable way. During the four-year, full-time Tourism Management programme, you will learn how to give people the ultimate holiday experience. The course is taught entirely in English – the international language of tourism.