Prospective Students

As a prospective student, what do you have to take into account during this coronation period? Read more in the frequently asked questions and answers. For other questions, please contact the International office or read the general FAQs on the HZ website.

Events & Open Days

Will HZ organise an Open Day on location?

We invite you for online Open Days, the perfect opportunity to get to know more about student life & HZ. There are currently no Open Days planned on location.

Will HZ organise online information sessions?

Yes, for prospective students who are interested in studying at HZ, we offer online Q&A sessions hosted by the International Office. During these live chats, staff will answer all your questions regarding study programmes, admission requirements, application procedures and practical matters such as visa, insurance, housing and residence permits.

Please check the events calendar for upcoming dates.

Does HZ organise online study events?

Yes, for prospective students who are interested in studying at HZ, we offer several online events. Please check the events calendar for upcoming dates.

Can I come and visit HZ?

With the new measures and regulations, it is still possible to visit us and experience what it’s like to be a student at HZ. For more information, please send an email to study@hz.nl.

How can I already get a taste of the atmosphere at HZ?

You can already get a taste of what it is like studying at HZ. Watch the video below or go on a virtual tour.


Coming to the Netherlands

What are the corona regulations in the Netherlands?

Please read more about the Dutch regulations at the website of our Government.

Where can I find information about access to the Netherlands?

The corona crisis may have consequences for your application or stay in the Netherlands. On the website of the Immigration and Naturalisation Service you can find the latest information about these consequences.

Read also the latest information about travelling to the Netherlands.

Should I self-quarantine on arrival in the Netherlands?

If you travel from a country or a region that is listed as requiring self-isolation on your arrival in the Netherlands, you are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 10 days, even if you do not have any symptoms or if you have tested negative for COVID-19. 

Please check on this website if you have to self-quarantine on your arrival, what you should do and not do during your isolation and what to do if you have symptoms.

Please inform your study coach and the International Office, internationaloffice@hz.nl.