Windesheim University of Applied Sciences (Dutch: Christelijke Hogeschool Windesheim) is a Dutch vocational university. It offers multiple studies at the bachelor's level. Windesheim is home to a total of ten different schools:
- School of Built Environment & Transport
- School of Business & Economics
- School of Education
- School of Engineering & Design
- School of Health Care
- School of Human Movement & Sports
- School of Information Sciences
- School of Management & Law
- School of Media
- School of Social Work
Windesheim has a partnership with the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, resulting in Windesheim Honours College.
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