International Foundation Fast-Track (Technology & Design)
Stage 1: International Foundation Fast-Track
The International Foundation Year consists of the following modules:
- English and academic skills
- Technology and design
Stage 2: First Year Degree
After you finish The Hague Pathway College International Foundation Year, you’ll enter one of two degree programmes in Engineering and Technology. You will learn the fundamental skills needed to develop a solid foundation in engineering and technology.
Stages 3 and 4: Second and Third Year Degree
In Stages 3 and 4, will you continue to gain knowledge and practical skills through coursework and elective modules in order to successfully complete your degree. The lectures and workshops will provide you with in-depth knowledge as well as experience working in a global team.
You will also be able to apply your knowledge during a semester-long internship at an international company in the Netherlands or abroad.
THPC also offers optional Dutch classes with a focus on the Dutch language and culture. The classes help students to settle and feel more integrated into Dutch society. The fee is €320 per term/level.
- BSc Industrial Design Engineering
- BSc Process and Food Technology (official name: BSc Chemical Engineering)
Teaching and Assessment
Teaching is delivered via a combination of lectures, seminars, and project-based group work (oral and written presentation). Assessment is via individual coursework (oral and written presentation) and examinations. You will be encouraged throughout to undertake independent study to supplement what is being taught/learnt and to broaden your personal knowledge.
A minimum of 55% in all subjects to progress to the University.
Understand what you will need to pay for your studies, from your foundation year through to your degree.
The University offers some financial support for students, as well as helping you find scholarships and bursaries available from your home country.
The Netherlands and The Hague are great places to kick-start your career once you’ve completed your degree.
The Orientation Year (Zoekjaar) Permit allows recent graduates from non-EU countries to stay in or come back to the Netherlands for a period of up to 12 months.
During this one-year period, you can work in any type of job whilst searching for a permanent role or starting a business.Learn More