Breda University of Applied Sciences is a medium-sized institute for higher education in Breda, Netherlands. It is a vocational university which was established in 1966. The university is funded by the government of the Netherlands. The institution was earlier known as NHTV Breda. The new name 'Breda University of Applied Sciences' has come into effect from September 1, 2018. There are more than 7,000 Dutch and International students from over 100 countries are enrolled in various programs at the university. Being a firm believer of diversity, the university embraces both educational and cultural diversity to foster an open and inclusive environment. This allows people to collaboratively learn, work, and serve.
The university offers a variety of bachelors and masters program in the fields of Media, Games, Logistics, Tourism, Hotel, Facility, and Leisure & Events. These programs are offered at both academic as well as professional level. The University ensures that all its students earn more than just a degree. It combines relevant research, state-of-the-art education, and cooperation with international businesses to offer such skills to its students that can accelerate their career. Breda University of Applied Sciences specializes in small-scale high-quality education which meets the demands and needs of the local, national and international organizations.
A new campus for the university has been constructed in Mgr. Hopmansstraat in Breda. The campus is under renovation and is expected to be completed in January 2020. All the fields will be accommodated in the new campus. The university's library comprises of a wide range of books, databases, reports and theses. Along with this, students can also avail borrowing and returning facilities and copy and scan facilities. The students and employees are also advised and informed about the copyright issues through the Copyright Information Point (CIP) at the library. The university ensures an excellent learning environment for all students and professionals.