All departments of the Christelijke Hogeschool Ede (Christian University of Applied Sciences) are actively involved in internationalisation. The CHE has a committee representing all departments and an international office. The International Office of CHE has been specifically designed for foreign students who are interested in studying at CHE. The International Office has five main tasks:
- registration of applications
- providing information about fellowships and grants
- guiding in finding accommodation for international students
- international student support
Who can apply?
Those who are interested in the field of:
Complete overview of our courses? See the course information pages.
Requirements in general for admission:
- A secondary education and professional education or training in the field of your interest
- Computer skills
- Good speaking and writing skills in English
One of the qualifications required to start a course is a certificate English. The level should be comparable with a minimum score of 6 (overall band score) of an IELTS test. See attached list for comparable levels. Before admission you have to send a copy of the certificate English to the International Office of the CHE.
Code of Conduct
The CHE wants to offer quality an clarity to international students. That is why CHE has signed the Code of Conduct for International Students. This Code of Conduct sets out standards for Dutch higher education institutions in their dealings with international students. This code of conduct is an initiative of the Dutch institutions and the government. Only institutions that have signed the Code of Conduct, are allowed to recruit international students from outside the European Union. By signing the Code of Conduct, the institutions offer international students a guarantee of the quality of their programmes, student recruitment, selection and counselling procedures.
The International Office provides brochures for students regarding the Code of Conduct.
Student Charter International Student
Students receive a Student Charter International Student at the start of the course. The Charter describes all kinds of practical matters but also the rights and obligations of the student.
Step by step
1. Select the course you want to follow at the CHE
2. Complete and return the Application Form
3. If you have additional questions, please contact the International Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
4. After admission you can start preparing your stay