Breda University of Applied Sciences

Breda University of Applied Sciences is an international education institution with about 7,500 students from over 50 countries. It is situated in the south of the Netherlands, in the city of Breda, only 100 km from both Amsterdam and Brussels. Breda is a historical city with around 180,000 inhabitants. Approximately 20,000 young people are studying in Breda. Breda University of Applied Sciences, former NHTV, was founded in 1966 as an institute offering management programmes in tourism and leisure and in this field, it is the largest and leading education institution in the world. September 1th of 2018 NHTV Breda changed her name into Breda University of Applied Sciences.