A first-year student, enrolled in the International Financial Management and Control (IFMC) Bachelor’s programme at The Hague University of Applied Sciences shares her study experience and talks about plans for the future career.
The World Economic Forum recently published their “Europe 2020 Competitiveness Report” in which the Netherlands is identified as the 3rd most competitive nation in Europe. The report assessed 28 countries in the three main areas of smart growth, inclusive growth, and sustainable growth.
Stenden University of Applied Sciences is one of the few vocational universities in the Netherlands, which runs their own learning company, the four stars Stenden University Hotel. This is the real business hotel, where students of Stenden’s International Hotel Management School study and work during the first 3 years of their study programme.
Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen has published their annual report for the 2013 year. In this paper, Hanze UAS summarised its main goals and achievements, including positions in national rankings such as Keuzegids, Elsevier, and the Student Satisfaction Survey.
Amsterdam University College has updated information about costs and fees for the 2014-2015 academic year. These costs consist of tuition fees for the Liberal Arts and Sciences programme and approximate accommodation and living expenses for students studying in Amsterdam.
The Master in Media Innovation programme at NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences provides students with a balanced mix of theory and practice in product development, technology, and entrepreneurship. Three of the university’s graduates have now started a successful company in the media industry together. Below, they share their learning and working experience and discuss how NHTV’s programme helped them to achieve their goals.
Bachelor’s programme in Leisure Management at Stenden University was named the best in The Netherlands by the Keuzegids Student Guide 2014. In 2013, this programme has been also celebrating its 25th anniversary.
The University of Amsterdam offers a number of scholarships to Dutch and international students. These scholarships are available for UvA Master’s programmes and can partially or fully cover tuition fees and living expenses.
Nuffic, the Dutch organisation dedicated to international cooperation at the higher education level, offers a collection of scholarships called the Orange Tulip Scholarships. These grants are awarded from various Dutch higher education institutions, multinationals, and government institutes to non-EU/EEA students from certain countries.
The Netherlands ranked 7th in the U21 rankings of countries that offer a quality higher education to foreign students. This result proved them as a one of the most favourable country for international education in the world.