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The Foundation Year at the VU University is primarily designed for students who have a pre-university diploma from outside the Netherlands and who wish to study in a Dutch bachelor or pre-master programme. Visit an information meeting in August
Foreign students coming to follow international Bachelor and Master’s programmes at VU University Amsterdam do not have to worry about searching for a place to live. University takes care of students’ accommodation, offering furnished rooms with private, semi-private or shared bathroom and kitchen.
VU University Amsterdam is known for internationally oriented education and offers more than 100 Master programmes taught in English. This appeals to many students who make the decision to travel to Holland for their studies. They share their experiences about studying and living in Amsterdam.
A PhD degree from a reputed educational institution, such as the VU University is an excellent first step in the academic journey of any student. The following features shall familiarize the candidates interested to get a doctoral degree with the steps involved in this process.
Would you like to stay in Holland after your studies? Are you planning to look for a job? Start learning Dutch language at VU University and increase your chances of employment!
Would you like to work in the leading financial institutions? Are you interested in risk management and business analysis? Then, a unique programme of the VU University, Master's in Business Analytics, is your best choice!
Are you dreaming of becoming an international business lawyer? A student pursuing her Master's degree in the International Business Law at VU University Amsterdam tells about her studies and explains what makes her programme so special.
The VU Fellowship Programme (VUFP) is a highly selective scholarship meant for both EU and non-EU students enrolling in preselected master’s degree programmes or the Bachelor programme in International Business Administration starting September 2012.
The IBA programme of VU Amsterdam is based on four disciplines: social sciences, technology, economics and general business administration and includes various courses which are specifically geared to global issues such as cross-cultural management and international law.