Both the largest town in Friesland province and its capital city, Leeuwarden drives the provincial economy. With a population of around 100,000, it is located in the north-western part of the Netherlands, about a 90-minute drive from Amsterdam and just 30 minutes from the North Sea coast. Friesland, which has its own distinct culture and language, is one of the more sparsely populated provinces in the Netherlands, and it is home to many nature reserves, lakes and recreational areas, as well as to three major institutions of higher education. The city of Leeuwarden has a beautiful historic city centre, ample choice in shopping and dining establishments, entertainment venues, and so on. The city also offers excellent access (both by car and public transport) to the rest of the country.
NHL Stenden campus Leeuwarden
NHL Stenden’s main campus is located in Leeuwarden; the student body of all NHL Stenden branches combined is currently 8,750. The selection of courses on offer includes International Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Media and Entertainment Management. The campus provides access to modern facilities such as computer labs, Wi-Fi, a library, a gym, a bank, a cafeteria and an employment agency. Our very own Stenden Hotel, run by students from the School of Hotel Management, is also located in Leeuwarden.
Experience our campus in Leeuwarden, check out our virtual tour.