Holland based Universities are known to teach in English for a tuition fee of 1,500 pounds (EUR 1,771) per year. The fact that the annual university fee is so low attracts a large number of people to come and apply for studies. As compared to other universities in United Kingdom, these offered in Holland are about 1/10 th in terms of tuition fees.
Good opportunities for pursuing higher education in the UK have been responsible for attracting foreign students to the UK since a long time. This is a widely accepted trend given the long established credentials of British universities in imparting excellent education to students from all across the globe.
Students interested in pursuing higher education in universities in UK have been facing lot of dilemma in recent times owing to the rising cost of tuition fee proposed in British universities. Faced with severe feedback from prospective students and the dip in admission applications, nearly 20% of British universities have now decided to revise their tuition fee packages just few weeks before prior to deadline date for receipt of applications.
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Universities in Holland promote themselves as an alternative for British students. Shortage of universities places in Great Britain forced UK students to come to study at Universities in the Netherlands.
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