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The University of Amsterdam (UvA) will be hosting a series of webinars covering various aspects of studying at the university. These online information sessions are organised for prospective international students who aren’t able to visit the university’s Open Days in Amsterdam.


Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen offers students financial assistance in the form of various grants and scholarships. This support is available for both EU and international students who can’t pay the university’s tuition fees on their own.


Nuffic, the Dutch organisation responsible for cooperation among higher education institutions at home and abroad, recently released the results of a survey called Student Pulse. Over two thousand international students in 8 countries were all asked various questions regarding their interest to study at a higher education institution in the Netherlands.


Employment opportunities vary greatly from field to field, making the choice of which study field to enrol in a very important one. Students graduating from a higher education programme will often either be very successful or have trouble finding a job after graduation. Depending on their field of study, students can have more or less difficulty in finding gainful employment in their domain after completing their degree.


If you are looking for a language course in the Netherlands for a competitive price, come to Utrecht on Saturday, 17th January, 2015 and take part in the Open Day event, organised by the Babel Talen language school.



The School of Communication, Media and IT at Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, invites you to join current university students and become one of them for one day. You can choose from the three English-taught Bachelor’s courses, available at the school.


As of the 2015-2016 academic year, international students enrolling in a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme at NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences need to apply via the university’s website in addition to their Studielink submission.


The University of Amsterdam (UvA) invites interested students to visit the Netherlands’ capital city on February 16th-20th, 2015, to take part in the university’s Master’s Week. During this event, visitors will be able to explore UvA’s graduate programmes in order to help them choose the one that suits their goals best.


Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen received positive feedback from both international and Dutch students in 2014. StudyPortal awarded the university with a Certificate for Excellent International Student Satisfaction while the Elsevier Magazine rankings, based on the annual National Student Questionnaire, named Hanze UAS the 3rd best medium-sized professional university in the Netherlands.


Tilburg University offers numerous bursaries to new international students that have applied for a research Master’s (MSc, MA or LLM) programme at one of its four schools. In many cases these scholarships partially cover living expenses and also can function as a tuition waiver for non-EU students paying an institutional fee.