Location and Demographics
SUNY Oneonta offers an exchange program at Hanze University of Applied Sciences (HUAS) in the city of Groningen, which is located in the northern region of the Netherlands. Groningen is considered a university city, with over 50,000 students living in a city of approximately 200,000 people. The students contribute to and enjoy the vibrant cultural scene in Groningen.
|Academics: Semester and Academic Year
Exchange students at HUAS can choose from programs in a number of different subject areas, including, but not limited to, Business, Art, and Communication. Several programs offer coursework taught in English.
For detailed information about each of the programs offered at HUAS, visit the HUAS website
Academics: Summer Program
HUAS offers a 3-week “Doing Business in Europe” program through which students can earn up to 6 U.S. credits.
The Doing Business in Europe program gives students the change to visit large multinational companies (e.g. Phillips, ING, KLM/Air France, Meyer Werft, Kraft Foods), and consists of lectures from international guest speakers, workshops and more. A cultural trip to Amsterdam is included in the program, as is a trip to Germany for business excursions.
The Summer School program coursework covers three main topics:
Marketing: How European markets work.
The Eurozone: Prerequisites and consequences of economic and monetary integration and a comparison between the USA and Europe.
Intercultural Awareness: Understanding and appreciating cultural differences and their effects on successfully carrying out business in Europe.
The program is open to students of all majors, but is ideal for Business students.
For more information about the Doing Business in Europe program, visit the program website
HUAS has a Housing Office that assists international students in finding housing among its 10 international student houses and 1200 furnished rooms.
More information about the student housing is available on the HUAS website
Application & Deadline
Applications should be directed to the SUNY Oneonta Office of International Education only. A completed SUNY Overseas Application is due to the OIE by April 15 for Fall or Academic Year study, March 1 for Summer study, and October 1 for Spring study.
Download the Overseas Academic Programs Application .
Semester Cost Sheet (TBA)
Summer Cost Sheet
Open to all SUNY students. Minimum 2.5 GPA and sophomore status or above required.