Bachelor Life Sciences
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The program starts 1 September 2023 and 1 September 2024
A life sciences degree puts you on track for a meaningful career. Ever thought about working on projects to cure diseases? Or doing research to solve environmental problems? Or to solve world food shortages? Study Life Sciences at HAN and get a head start on one of these rewarding paths.
Why study Life Sciences at HAN?
Life Sciences students at HAN are top performers. They even win national awards.
Master or PhD
Many HAN Life Sciences students go on to successfully complete a Master or even a PhD.
A great deal of your time is spent working on life science projects in the lab.
Lecturers with know-how
Lecturers have worked as researchers in hospitals, universities and companies.
Program: What do you learn?
A BSc in Life Sciences at HAN is about learning to do research in a lab. But you don’t just train to become a scientist. You also work on project management and communication skills. After all, getting results is a team effort. As you progress through your degree, you specialize in an area of life sciences. Specialize in:
- Molecular plant biology
- Biomedical research
Careers: What can you do with a Life Sciences degree?
With a life sciences degree from HAN, you are an independent lab researcher. What’s more, you’re qualified to work in different scientific settings. So, fundamental research, applied research or quality control. The industry you work in depends on your interests. Healthcare? Environment? Food? Countless companies and organizations are looking for your skills.
Pre-register now: Online Open Day
The next Online Open Day is on 18 November. Want us to contact you when the registration opens? Just fill in the pre-registration form and we'll keep you posted! Want a sneak peek? Watch the recordings of our previous Online Open Day in March.
Students as partners: Dutch way of learning
The atmosphere in a Dutch classroom is quite informal and your lecturers are easy to talk to. In fact, at Dutch universities like HAN, you’re seen as a partner in the learning process. Class sizes are small and your lecturers encourage you to actively participate in class. To ask questions. To give your own opinion. They also stimulate you to be creative. And to discover things for yourself.
Life Sciences in numbers
Why study in the Netherlands?
Planning to study in the Netherlands? The Netherlands has a large population of international students so you won’t feel alone. In fact, 1 in 10 students at Dutch universities is an international student. Why do so many international students pursue their education at universities in Holland? Because the Netherlands has excellent, affordable higher education. It also has a thriving economy (17th in the world) so there are plenty of job opportunities. What’s more, the Dutch are open-minded and almost everyone speaks English.
Discover the city of Nijmegen
Nijmegen is a lively university town near the German border. It has a great atmosphere. Just wander through its beautiful old streets and you’ll feel its rich history. Looking for a charming pub or restaurant, a bit of culture or a great night out? Nijmegen has all this and more. Keen on sport or nature? Nijmegen has loads of sports clubs and is surrounded by beautiful forests full of hiking and cycling trails. Safe and friendly student cities are just one of the 7 reasons to study at HAN.
HAN Nijmegen campusLaan van Scheut 2
6525 EM Nijmegen
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Next page: Program
Discover the ins and outs of the BSc in Life Sciences. Find out about the courses, internship, study abroad and the graduation assignment.