10 Best Interior Design schools in the Netherlands

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Below is a list of best universities in the Netherlands ranked based on their research performance in Interior Design. A graph of 35.2M citations received by 1.12M academic papers made by 10 universities in the Netherlands was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

Please note that our approach to subject rankings is based on scientific outputs and heavily biased on art-related topics towards institutions with computer science research profiles.

1. Wageningen University

For Interior Design

#1 in Europe
#1 in the World
Enrollment
12,819
Founded
1918

2. Delft University of Technology

For Interior Design

#9 in Europe
#22 in the World
Acceptance Rate
82%
Enrollment
24,703
Founded
1842

3. Free University Amsterdam

For Interior Design

#17 in Europe
#38 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Founded
1880

4. University of Groningen

For Interior Design

#61 in Europe
#146 in the World
Acceptance Rate
8%
Enrollment
34,000
Founded
1614

6. Utrecht University

For Interior Design

#109 in Europe
#261 in the World
Acceptance Rate
14%
Founded
1636

7. University of Twente

For Interior Design

#138 in Europe
#337 in the World
Acceptance Rate
51%
Founded
1961

8. Leiden University

For Interior Design

#168 in Europe
#413 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Enrollment
27,713
Founded
1575

9. Eindhoven University of Technology

For Interior Design

#209 in Europe
#533 in the World
Acceptance Rate
50%
Founded
1956

10. Erasmus University Rotterdam

For Interior Design

#262 in Europe
#688 in the World
Acceptance Rate
53%
Founded
1913

The best cities to study Interior Design in the Netherlands based on the number of universities and their ranks are Wageningen, Delft, Amsterdam, and Groningen.