Welcome at CMD - The Hague
Do you want to study abroad? Get to know other cultures, people, languages? And are you interested in the dialogue between people and systems? Come join us and study CDM in The Hague! Our International Semester (in English) start twice a year, in September and in February.
Why CMD The Hague?
Communication & Multimedia Design (CMD) in The Hague is a comprehensive study programme in the field of design that offers a unique combination of interaction design, visual design, IT, media and communication. The CMD student trains to become an interaction designer. This is a broad basic role within the context of digital interactive applications.
CMD is one of the six study programs of the Faculty of IT & Design. Studying with us means you can enroll to interesting English spoken courses at each study program of the Faculty, with topics varying from Game Design to Software Security Management.
Our students are looking forward to welcome you and show you around if you like. Student organization SIM organizes plenty of activities to enable you to blend in and feel at home as soon as possible.
Why study at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS)?
The Hague University of Applied Sciences is the largest university in The Hague. It counts more than 25 thousand students (we count 146 nationalities), is at the centre of society, has close bonds to the professional field and is highly internationally oriented and multicultural. The institution is dedicated to offering international students the opportunity to successfully complete a study programme at university of applied sciences (HBO in Dutch) level, even if this will require developing a customised curriculum.
THUAS offers excellent facilities. Our cutting edge library, computer facilities and science labs will help ease your study. We have several restaurants, extensive sport facilities and diverse cultural activities. Our student’s associations will help you to make your time the best.
Why study in Holland?
Studying in Holland is a good idea. There are just over half a million students in higher education in The Netherlands today. About 42,000 have chosen to come from other countries to study here, because of Hollands open and free-minded society, the great amount of courses taught in English and quality of Dutch education.