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HAN University of Applied Sciences invites you to visit the Netherlands this summer and attend the university’s short course “Doing Business in Europe”. This 3-week course will be held from 25th June to 15th July 2016, and will be taught entirely in English.


Radboud University offers a variety of scholarships to exceptional Bachelor’s and Master’s students. These scholarships can substantially reduce tuition fees and, in certain cases, can be used to cover other expenses.


Avans University of Applied Sciences invites you to visit their Orientation Day for international students on March 16th and 17th, 2016. The event features Avans’ English-taught Bachelor’s programmes. International students wishing to attend will only need to pay for their travel to the Netherlands. Avans will cover costs for accommodation, food, and the event programme.


Many newcomers to the Netherlands are required to have an entry visa and residence permit of some sort in order to live and work in the country. One such visa that’s being offered by the Dutch government is the new start-up visa.


NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences offers an opportunity to attend its Open Days and Open Evenings. You can join any of the events held in January, March, and April. The next Open Evening is scheduled for January 28th, 2016.



Tilburg University is known for degree programmes in Business, Economics, Finance, Law, and Social Sciences. The university’s outstanding reputation in these areas was reaffirmed in 2015 based on its high scores in global and national university rankings. These great results maintain the institution’s status as one of the leading specialised research universities in Europe and the world.


Stenden University of Applied Sciences is known for its international programmes in Hotel, Tourism, and Events Management. Stenden’s quality of education can be seen in the accounts given by various students, staff members, and employers of Stenden graduates, such as the two testimonials given below.


The independent Dutch student website, studentenwegwijzer.nl, has revealed the results of their 2015 survey which asked students to assess how safe they thought the city they study in is. In this survey, Nijmegen took 1st place, with 60% of respondents considering the city to be “safe” or “very safe”.


Avans University of Applied Sciences has published the first edition of its digital magazine for international students. It outlines various aspects of studying at the university and contains interesting facts about Avans and the Netherlands, entertaining videos, stories from the university’s students and alumni, and a quiz that offers a prize for the most observant readers.


NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences offers two pre-Master’s programmes for students with professional Bachelor’s degrees. These programmes prepare students for academic Master’s courses at NHTV or at research universities in the Netherlands, UK, and Belgium. Both options are taught in English.