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HAN University of Applied Sciences invites you to attend their Open Day events held on March 18th in Nijmegen and March 25th in Arnhem. These events will showcase the university’s English-taught undergraduate programmes and are a great opportunity for prospective students to learn more about the school and the courses available.


Are you interested in studying abroad in the fields of Hospitality and Leisure, Tourism, Logistics, Game Architecture and Design, Facilities, and Real Estate Management? Then don’t miss an opportunity to explore study programmes at NHTV Breda University for free!


Studiekeuze123 has published results of National Student Survey in the Netherlands for 2016. Master’s programme in Economics at Vrije University Amsterdam received highest ranking in its category.


Fontys University of Applied Sciences invites prospective students on the free webinar about its English-taught Bachelor’s programmes in Industrial Engineering & Management (IE&M). The event will take place on 25th January, 2017.


Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam accept applications for the new Master’s programmes in Humanities, taught in English. The programmes take 2 years to complete and lead to an academic Master of Arts (MA) degrees.



NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences updated the application deadline for the international Bachelor’s programme in Game Architecture and Design (IGAD). Interested students should apply before 15th January, 2017.


Are you thinking about studying in the Netherlands and is Saxion University of Applied Sciences on your shortlist? Then join Saxion’s Orientation Days in Enschede from 2 to 4 February 2017!


Language college at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences organises preparatory courses for prospective Bachelor’s and Master’s students. The courses help students to improve their English skills to the level of acceptance for the university programmes. They also introduce them Dutch teaching methods and provide basic knowledge in the field of Business.


Our previous articles have featured Russian-speaking students at Fontys describing their study experiences. While student feedback is helpful in forming an initial impression about the university, nothing beats experiencing the campus and city first-hand. In order to make a final decision regarding Fontys and your chosen programme, a visit to the university during its Open Day will be extremely useful.


Dutch universities usually do not provide student accommodation in dorms. Students reside in regular apartments they find via universities or specialised websites. In the capital of the Netherlands there are must more students than rooms, and finding one often requires exceptional efforts.