Master and Bachelor education at City Campus Dordrecht
Dordrecht is probably one of the most underestimated city’s in the Netherlands. Only a short train ride away from Rotterdam and Amsterdam you will find Dordrecht with it’s beautiful buildings, water channals and rich history. While Dordrecht is one of the oldest city in the Netherlands, it didn’t have a university untill 2019 when City Campus Dordrecht resided in the city center.
City Campus Dordrecht
With City Campus Dordrecht (in short: CCD), the educational institute Netherlands Business Academy offers a broad spectrum of higher education. The programs will be focused on personal attention and tailored content for the students. Together with renowned partners CCD offers international programs while remaining a personal and accessible organization.
City Campus Dordrecht will offer a number of NVAO accredited Masters, as well as an accredited Bachelor Business Administration in preparation for the Masters. In addition to these Masters, NLBA also offers various master classes, as well as Summer courses and Mini MBA programs. CCD will focus on international and national students with programs such as the Master Mediation that is currently being developed.
The international character of City Campus Dordrecht comes into its own thanks to the collaboration with partner universities within- and far beyond Europe. A perfect example of this international collaboration is the Erasmus+ project, in which NLBA developed the ultimate Master Culture, Heritage & Citizenship in collaboration with 4 top universities in Europe, with partners such as the University of Bologna, the oldest university in Europe.
City Campus Dordrecht includes all of the historic city center of Dordrecht. Dordrecht is easely accessible by train and only 10-15 minutes from the heart of Rotterdam. The main building of City Campus Dordrecht is the beautiful monumental building “Wereldwaag”. The building dates from 1750, the foundations date from the Middle Ages. Since then, several influential people from Dordrecht owned the house. In 1826 it came into the hands of a bookseller, who was the employer of Vincent van Gogh for a short while when he was staying in Dordrecht. The building also has a rich educational history. In 1918, the Christian Lyceum and the Rijks H.B.S. there and also after this the building has had educational destinations. With City Campus Dordrecht, the building will once again be given an educational destination with: academic education!
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