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National organisation with 5 campuses

Tio's 5 vestigingenTio has five campuses spread across the Netherlands and a head office in Utrecht. Students can benefit from both the small-scale nature and personal approach of each of the campuses and from the effectiveness and the network of a national organisation.

Tio University for Applied Sciences has campuses in:

All Tio campuses are easily accessible via public transport.

Easily accessible

The five Tio campuses are found in excellent locations in Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Hengelo, Rotterdam and Utrecht. No matter which city you choose to study in, you can reach the Tio campus on foot from the train station in no more than ten minutes.

Distinctive style

The various study courses are the same across all Tio campuses. This makes it easier to move to a different campus during your studies. Furthermore, all Tio campuses use the same distinctive style, which ensures you will feel right at home wherever you are.

Quality assurance

Its national organisation allows Tio to focus on the quality and innovation of its education. A team of education experts is hard at work every day to safeguard the quality of Tio’s education and to develop appealing and up-to-date study programmes. Our in-house software specialists ensure that our systems are up to date and perform optimally.

Tio’s bachelor’s degrees have recently been accredited by the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Organisation (NVAO) in accordance with the latest standards. Tio’s vocational training courses have been certified by the Education Inspectorate in light of the Act on Education and Vocational Training.

Network

Owing to its national renown, Tio boasts a large network of internship and graduation organisations. Furthermore, Tio works closely together with renowned businesses in the industry. This ensures Tio’s education ties in seamlessly with the latest trends and developments in professional practice. 

Departments

A course is generally taught, developed and kept up to date by five or more course specialists. This results in a better reflection of the real world and current affairs than if all these tasks were in the hands of a single lecturer.