This degree programme is registered in the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes (CROHO) as follows:
Official Dutch name of degree programme: Integrale Veiligheidskunde
Official international name: Safety and Security Management
Programme code (Isat): 39268
Institution code (Brin): 27UM
Both the official Dutch and the official international name of the degree programme (current at the time of your graduation) will be printed on your diploma.
For more information on the accreditation of this degree programme, see the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO) website.
- Programme and Examination Regulations (PER)
- Study in numbers
- The SSMS Prospectus 2019-2020 (February 2020 - Term 3)
A teacher's blog
Juul Gooren is Safety & Security Management Studies lecturer teaching at Metropolitan State University (MSU) of Denver for the Fall semester. This is part of a lecturer exchange between The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS) and MSU Denver. He has a MSc in Criminology and a LLM in Criminal Law from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Juul writes this blog to his counterpart from Denver, Denise Mowder who currently works at THUAS.
Are you interested in the study and want to hear what it's like from a student's perspective? Are you not from the Netherlands and cannot make it to the Open Day? Then tune in to the SSMS webinar, where you will get to see and hear the experience of students that are currently studying in the program. You will get to hear about the programme, what the courses are about, the challenges you will face, all from a student's perspective. Furthermore, you will also hear about student life outside of the university. Accommodation, working while studying and having fun in your free time will all be discussed in the webinar. And of course, you will be able to ask your own questions during the Livestream. If you are interested then follow this link and leave your email to receive an invitation for the Livestream.
If you have any questions about admission requirements and enrolment, please don't hesitate to contact the Enrolment Centre.
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Are you not yet sure about choosing this study? Do you want to learn the difference between safety and security? Or maybe you want to know something about the student life, living in The Hague, or something else? My name is Tamara Vrolijk, 21, and a third-year Dutch student here at SSMS. I am here to answer all your questions. Just click on the link below, and I will get back to you as soon as I can!Ask Tamara a question
Interested in studying Safety and Security Management Studies, but find yourself asking is this really the right course for you? Or even is this the right place for you spend the next chapter of your life in? My name is Orla, I am Irish and Spanish and I'm currently in my first year of SSMS. If you have any questions regarding the course or just living in The Netherlands, I am here to help! Fill out the form below and I will get back to you as soon as possible.Ask Orla a question
Hello! My name is Claudia. I am 21 years old and I was born and raised in The Netherlands. I am a second year student at Safety and Security Management Studies. I really like the courses Im having, and I think this study is very interesting. Are you interested in criminology, sociology, terrorism, crisis management, and political science? Maybe SSMS will be something for you as well. If you have any questions about the study, university, city or country, please feel free to fill in the form.Ask Claudia a question
You will have to pay tuition fees when you enrol on a bachelor's programme. You can pay in one or more instalments. If you pay in more than one instalment a small administration fee is charged.
Find out more about scholarships for international students. Please note that these scholarships are one-off scholarships only, meaning that if you obtain them it is only for your first year of study.
Dutch students qualify for extra financial support via a loan. Dutch students automatically qualify for this financial assistance and international students may be eligible if they have lived in the Netherlands for at least five years or are employed for at least 56 hours per month.
You must also budget for books, excursions and field trips. You can expect to pay approximately €800 per year to cover these additional costs. During your semester abroad, you will also need to pay for tickets, housing and insurance.