Student Life

6 reasons to study at Hotelschool The Hague

For people who want to study Hospitality Management, there is an abundance of schools available all over the globe. So why should you choose Hotelschool The Hague? Here are five reasons that convinced Anja.

Combined theory and practice

As a University of Applied Sciences, Hotelschool The Hague attaches great value to practical education. So, as well as theory courses such as Revenue Management and Introduction to Human Resources, students participate in practical blocks, where they are responsible for operating HTH’s internal hotel, the so-called Skotel. This practical element taught me the basics of various hotel divisions and helped me choose my preferred department for my first internship.

Innovative study programme

Next to achieving a balance between practical and theoretical courses, Hotelschool The Hague strives to improve the study programme continuously. That way, the educational programme can stay aligned with the fast changes in the hospitality sector.

Competitive ranking

Did you know that Hotelschool The Hague ranks among the global Top 5 institutions for Hospitality and Leisure Management education and the best hotel school in the Netherlands?

Close student community

Living on campus is mandatory during the first year – or the summer course for Fast Track students. This means you don’t have to worry about finding suitable living arrangements, and it generates a bond between students that will last the rest of your life: It is how I first met my current flatmate!

Strong industry and alumni network

The alumni network at Hotelschool The Hague is inspiring community of thousands of alumni, that are now professionals in the hospitality sector. Hotelschool The Hague recently launched a platform that connects all alumni around the world!

Attractive location

In Amsterdam and The Hague, the campuses are located in the middle of a cultural epicentre and are only a short bike ride away from a vibrant city centre with a multicultural population.