The Hague Summer School

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have unfortunately had to cancel The Hague Summer School 2021.  As The Hague University of Applied Sciences has a strong international focus we remain positive about  offering our Summer School programme in the summer of 2022. 

Any updates will be communicated on this website. 

In the meantime, stay healthy, stay safe! 
 

The Hague University of Applied Sciences encourages everyone to invest in change. We want to train students in becoming world citizens to improve the world we live in. There is no better place to learn and practice world citizenship than in The Hague, the International City of Peace and Justice and the political, cultural heart of the Netherlands.

The Hague Summer School is proud to collaborate with many valuable external and internal partners and we would like to express our gratitude to: the SEN Foundation, ECHO, Dock 20, The Hague Security Delta, Paper on the Rocks, Masterpeace, Accentic and all THUAS lecturers and researchers.

Work - Learn - Expand 

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Ali Rashid (Iraq)

Valentina Maljak (Croatia)

Rafael Moreira (Brazil)

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Dates

Like many international programmes, The Hague Summer School (THSS) was greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, THSS2021 was unfortunately cancelled. Although we cannot predict the future, we aim to be back in full swing in the summer of 2022 with a program filled with great learning experience and, of course, fun!

More information will follow in due course.

Entry requirements

In order to  be admitted to The Hague Summer School, you have to meet the following requirements:
  • First year of a bachelor programme completed
  • Good knowledge of English (B2 or higher)
  • An application letter explaining your ambitions and motivation to participate in The Hague Summer School and the choice of your electives.
  • A complete online application to be submitted before 31 May 2021

Location

The Hague Summer School takes place in The Hague, known as the International City of Peace, Justice and Security. More information on the city can be found here and here.

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