Study Programmes

Study programmes

As an international student, you can come to Windesheim either on an exchange, or to follow a degree programme.

An exchange involves coming here for a short period of study away from the institute that you attend back home. Following a degree programme means making Windesheim your primary place of study for several years, with the aim of getting a bachelor’s degree from us.

Bachelor Programmes

Windesheim offers two unique English-taught Bachelor’s degree programmes: Global Project and Change Management (by the Windesheim Honours College) and International Business. Besides, we offer more than 50 Dutch BA programmes. If you don’t speak (enough) Dutch yet, you can also decide to do a prep year to get yourself up to speed before enrolling in one of these Dutch-taught degree programmes. 

Read more about our bachelor degrees

Summer School 'Doing business across Europe'

Windesheim, together with Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences (Germany) and Ramon Llull University (Spain) organise an exciting Summer School


Master degree

Windesheim offers one unique English-taught Master degree programme: Master of Psychomotor Therapy (Calo). Besides, we offer 8 Master programmes taught in Dutch.

Dutch language course NT2

Windesheim offers an intensive course in Dutch as a Second Language (NT2) in level groups. After completing this basic course, you can start your TaalENT2 Transition Programme for Highly-Educated Non-Dutch students. This 1-year Transition Programme prepares for a regular higher-education programme.


Exchange programmes

As a student at one of our partner institutes around the world, you can come to Windesheim for one or two semesters on an exchange. The experience will broaden your horizons, introduce you to new ideas and new people… and boost your personal and academic development. We offer a wide range of stimulating and valuable exchange programmes, which are all delivered in English.

Kriszta tells about her experience as an exchange student (2:43)

Curious what the Windesheim Campus looks like? Student Miranda makes a tour