IC University of Applied Science

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About IC University of Applied Science

Located in Amsterdam, IC University of Applied Sciences is a private institution specializing in Business Administration studies. Founded in 1979, they boast a long history of expertise in the field. Offering Bachelor’s and Master’s programs, their unique curriculum emphasizes cutting-edge, global perspectives that encourage innovation and disruption. With strong accreditations and partnerships, IC equips students with the skills and knowledge to thrive in a dynamic business environment. They pride themselves on providing a personalized experience, preparing graduates for successful careers in the international business world.

Entry Requirements
  1. Academic Qualifications: Completion of a relevant academic qualification, such as a high school diploma for undergraduate programs or a bachelor’s degree for postgraduate programs.
  2. English Language Proficiency: Since many programs are taught in English, international students may need to demonstrate proficiency through standardized tests like IELTS or PTE.
  3. Letters of Recommendation: Some postgraduate programs may require letters of recommendation from academic or professional sources.
  4. Statement of Purpose (SOP): A statement of purpose outlining the applicant’s academic and career goals and reasons for choosing the specific program.
  5. Portfolio (for Creative Programs): If applying to creative programs, a portfolio showcasing the applicant’s work may be required.
  6. Interview (if applicable): Some programs or universities may conduct interviews as part of the admissions process.

Campus location


Passeerdersgracht 23, 1016 XG Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact Us
+31 20 675 8567

Monday to Thursday between 9am and 5pm

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Industrial connection part & work opportunities

Industrial Connection
  1. Internship and Work Placement Programs: Partnerships with industries provide opportunities for students to participate in internships and work placements, gaining hands-on experience and practical skills.
  2. Collaborative Research Projects: Universities often collaborate with industries on research projects, addressing real-world challenges and contributing to advancements in technology and innovation.
  3. Industry Advisory Boards: The formation of advisory boards comprising professionals from various industries helps ensure that academic programs align with current industry needs and standards.
  4. Guest Lectures and Workshops: Inviting industry experts to deliver guest lectures and conduct workshops allows students to learn from professionals actively engaged in the field.
  5. Networking Events: Organizing networking events, career fairs, and industry-specific gatherings facilitates interactions between students and potential employers, fostering valuable connections.
  6. Partnerships with Companies: Establishing partnerships with corporations and businesses can lead to collaborative initiatives, joint projects, and opportunities for students to engage with industry professionals.
  7. Alumni Engagement: Encouraging active involvement of alumni who have succeeded in various industries can provide mentorship and networking opportunities for current students.
Work Opportunities
  1. Internship Programs: Collaborations with industry partners may lead to internship programs, allowing students to gain practical experience in their chosen field.
  2. Career Services: Dedicated career services departments assist students in developing job-search skills, preparing resumes and cover letters, and navigating the job market.
  3. Job Placement Support: Some universities offer job placement services to help graduates find employment opportunities after completing their studies.
  4. Networking Events: Universities frequently organize networking events, career fairs, and industry-specific gatherings that connect students with potential employers, alumni, and professionals in their field.
  5. Industry Connections: Strong ties with industries and businesses can lead to increased opportunities for students, including access to job openings, industry insights, and potential mentorship.
  6. Entrepreneurship Support: For students interested in entrepreneurship, universities may offer resources and support for launching and developing their own business ventures.
  7. Workshops and Seminars: Organizing workshops and seminars on topics such as job searching, interview skills, and professional development to prepare students for the workforce.

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