Compare study programmes at various universities using Study in Numbers.
Choosing the right study is a challenging process. Not all prospective students make the right choice straight away. As a result, many students drop out or transfer to another study programme. Consequences are not only unpleasant but expensive and time-consuming as well. For this reason, the University of Twente does everything in its power to ensure you find the programme that is right for you as quickly as possible. For example, by organising Open Days and presenting students' opinions using Study in Numbers.
More than 270,000 students give their opinion about their study programme and institution every year. Useful if you are looking for a bachelor's that suits you. Go to the scores of our bachelor's programmes:
Study in Numbers is available on the websites of all bachelor’s programmes at Dutch universities. You can see at a glance how a study programme at a university or university of applied sciences performs in comparison to the nationwide average, making it easier for you to compare programmes and make the right study choice. Study in Numbers has the following criteria:
The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science has had Study in Numbers developed within the framework of the Higher Education Quality in Diversity Act. This act aims to better connect students, educational institutions and the business community.
No rights can be derived from Study In Numbers. The tool uses grades obtained in the past, aiming to stay as current as possible. Although it is expected that these numbers will be able to provide an idea of the future, there are no guarantees. An educational programme can change in various ways through the years (another setup, more or fewer enrolments, merging with another programme) which means that grades obtained in the more distant past are less relevant for prospective students. Questions about missing grades can also be submitted to the study programme in question.