Let's introduce ourselves
Born in Bulgaria
Tilburg is a small city near Eindhoven (the brain port of the Netherlands). True the city isn’t very big, but it’s very cozy. I love the small streets and the cute cafés there. And in the spring Tilburg is one of the loveliest places I’ve ever visited!
Patrick Valentin Mihaila
Stay in touch. Contact me, or a lecturer whenever you have an itching question or need help, whether it’s about the university, the city, or even about life as a student in Netherlands.
Arel Nathan Bokobza
Half Israeli, half Dutch
Don’t underestimate the importance of having friends in your program. I am lucky to have made some incredible friends during my studies at Fontys.
Born in Kenya
A unique style of teaching, more practical lessons than theoretical lessons which allows you to put what you learn into practice. Fontys treats the students as a person in training and not just as a student.
Born in Sri Lanka and raised in Netherlands
Go to the Fontys Purple introduction week. The friends you make there will be with you for the rest of the years to come.
Studying at Fontys from the beginning has given me an amazing opportunity to step out of my comfort zone as well as develop my personal and professional skills.
Maria Andreea Frincu
The fact that Fontys is making a priority out of enabling students to broaden and deepen their knowledge through a mixture of theory, knowledge application and internships is of paramount importance to me,
Born in Czech Republic
Eindhoven is a fast growing city. In recent years it developed itself as a more international city. Our campus is a complex of multiple buildings. Our building, R3/R4, is the newest and most modern one.
Ticho van der Maas
Born the Netherlands
Fontys’ Rachelsmolen campus however small, is quite cozy. It is equipped with all necessary study needs such as quiet spaces, libraries and cafeterias.