Why The Hague?
If you choose to study International Relations and Organisations in The Hague, you will be at the very centre of where it is all happening. As the seat of government, The Hague is the city when it comes to politics and diplomacy. Here, for example, you’ll find all ministries, the embassies and consulates, the International Criminal Court, Europol, the Peace Palace, the Clingendael Institute and the many UN tribunals. Consequently, the city is home to a large international community.
The Hague is not just a cosmopolitan city of expats. It is also a multicultural city, a city of contrasts, a city with history, a city of creative and enterprising students who look beyond their boundaries, and who envision a role on the international stage.