Stenden University of Applied Sciences’ academic calendar might be different from what you are used to. Although the setup differs between study programmes, they all follow a similar structure.
Every bachelor course lasts between three and four years, each consisting of four modules. These modules last ten weeks and are completed with a so-called ‘test week’. In addition, every course has a practical aspect to it. This consists of one or more internships, projects involving real clients, and work experience in one of our Learning Companies.
What does my schedule look like?
The following video explains the way the courses are set up at Stenden.
You can find information regarding dates in the Academic Calendar. Here you will find information on when modules start and end, test week dates, and more. This calendar is updated every year and offers you an insight into the way your programme is set up.
The ‘study weeks’ are different from regular weeks in the way that there are no classes or lectures. Students often use these weeks to complete their assignments.
The study year is divided as follows:
|Module 1||September to November|
|Module 2||November to January|
|Module 3||February to April|
|Module 4||April to June|
|Module 5||July and August (Summer vacation)|
Click here to open the Academic Calendar:
Stenden University of Applied Sciences and NHL University of Applied Sciences are merging. Would you like to start your studies in February? Then continue your application process on stenden.com/en.