Study abroad at Windesheim
Each year, we welcome students from our partner universities all around the world to study at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences. Join us for one semester or a year as part of one of our exchange courses. It is a great way to enhance your university experience and broaden your international outlook!
We offer (Erasmus) exchange programmes in autumn (September - January) and spring (February - June). All programmes are full-time, at bachelor level, and there is no distance learning option.
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International Business Studies (autumn and spring)
International Relations (autumn and spring)
Managing Projects in a Globalized World (autumn and spring)
People, Planet and Prosperity (autumn and spring)
Value Creators (autumn and spring)
Primary and Secondary Education (autumn and spring)
Health and Social Work
International LivingLab: Good Life, Health and Wellbeing (autumn and spring)
All-round Designer (autumn and spring)
Applied Mechanics (autumn)
Circular Housing (autumn)
Future Cities (autumn)
Operational Management in Industry (autumn and spring)
Process Optimization (autumn and spring)
Supply Chain Engineering (autumn and spring)
Water Management (autumn)
Concept and Creation (autumn and spring)
Data-driven Innovation (autumn and spring)
Future Technology (autumn and spring)
Game Studio (autumn and spring)
Games Programming (spring)
Mobile Solutions (autumn and spring)
Security Engineering (autumn and spring)
Web and Analytics (autumn and spring)
Go the extra mile
Complete your exchange semester or year by taking one or two cross-departmental modules. You will receive ECTS credits when you complete a module successfully.
- Behavioural Change in Organizations
- Cambridge English B2 or C1
- Drama and Improvisation
- Dutch Language
- Dutch Society
- Economic Mindsets
- Innovation Research Competences for Urban Development
- Intercultural Awareness
- Personal Leadership (7 Habits)
You can choose a maximum of two modules per semester. They won't clash with your primary faculty programme, but might overlap with each other. For example, Dutch Language and Personal Leadership share the same time slot. Please refer to the module page for overlap details.
In case demand surpasses availability, you may be required to modify your module selections during the 'add and drop weeks' at the start of the semester.
We have agreements with a range of higher education institutions across the world. You might receive funding from the EU as part of Erasmus+ to support your exchange.
Windesheim has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE), enabling participation in the Erasmus+ programme.
An overview of the exchange programmes from previous academic years at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences.