Stenden University of Applied Sciences

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Stenden University of Applied Sciences (Dutch: Stenden Hogeschool) is a state-funded professional university in the north of the Netherlands. The University is the product of the merger in 2008 of Hogeschool Drenthe and Christelijke Hogeschool Nederland.

Stenden University of Applied Sciences has more than 11000 students.

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Stenden offers 3 associate degrees, 19 bachelor programmes and 4 master programmes.

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