Campus Venlo is the home of one Bachelor's programme (University College Venlo) and two Master's programmes (Health Food and Innovation Management/Global Supply Chain Management and Change).

With all courses taught in English and attracting a wide range of nationalities, studying at Campus Venlo is studying in a small-scale academic community. In an international setting you will be in close contact with staff and fellow students where academic and practical perspectives are being combined. You'll learn to apply your knowledge from day one onwards!

  • The social impact of a small-scale university is huge
    Augustin Poncelet (Belgium), University College Venlo
  • My courses mainly focus on consumer behaviour and how to help people to make healthy choices. Health, psychology and economics was not such a weird combination after all
    Ilse Knoops (The Netherlands), University College Venlo
  • My dream is to join a start-up in food innovation and make it grow
    Ana Pereira (Portugal), Health Food Innovation Management
  • During my studies I learned to approach food related issues from a scientific point of view
    Karin Lenssen (The Netherlands), Health Food Innovation Management
  • Here you get the opportunity to write your thesis combined with an internship, and that appealed to me
    Claire Veit (22, Germany) Global Supply Chain Management and Change

Student guidance

Education at Maastricht University revolves around the student, and consequently the university devotes a great deal of attention to providing advice, guidance and support. This begins with the personal approach of the educational model, as you have direct access to the academic staff whenever you have questions or require advice.

In case of problems of questions, the Campus Venlo Office of Student Affairs and your student advisor are available to you. They will be able to help you regarding questions about: study advice, career advice, personal problems, legal questions and studying with disability.