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The Stenden University Grand Tour is a unique opportunity for students at Stenden University of Applied Sciences. This tour gives participating students the chance to complete part of their study at one of the Stenden international branch campuses in South Africa, Qatar, Thailand, or Bali.


Business School Netherlands has made subsidies available for applicants.This programmes is also officially included on the grant programme: Netherlands Fellowship Programme, eligible for 61 countries.


The Advanced Sensor Applications Bachelor’s programme of Hanze Institute of Technology prepares specialists that are able to become tomorrow’s leaders in the field of sensor technology. Graduates of this programme use innovations for developing and implementing new sensor systems, as well as managing and maintaining their functioning, and can find a job in any area they choose.


A new report published by the British Ministry of Education suggests that the need for international education is on the rise. An immense opportunity is becoming available to countries that are able to provide study programmes to students from the emerging economic powers such as Brazil, Russia, India, China, Mexico, Saudi-Arabia, and Indonesia.


Upon completing the International Hotel Management programme at NHTV Breda University, graduates can find interesting job opportunities in their homeland or abroad. One of NHTV’s former students is currently working in New Zealand. He shares information about his position and his study experience at the university.



Stenden University of Applied Sciences has become the first institution in Holland to meet the standards of Excellence set by the International Center of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education (ICE).


The Netherlands has become the third most popular country of study for international students. Analysis of the most popular destinations and disciplines in Europe revealed that interest in studying in Holland has grown by 29%.


The Ministry of Economic Affairs is easing regulations for non-EU entrepreneurs wishing to start a business in The Netherlands. As of August 1st, 2013, self-employed innovators will be able to establish themselves using different conditions than previously.


If you accepted at Hanze University in Groningen, you would definitely should learn to ride a bike. Hanze University offers to its students a special  “survival” course, which helps to international students to learn how to use a bicycle on Dutch roads.


Exploring MBA opportunities can be very overwhelming due to the large number of programs and formats that are offered. Nyenrode Business Universiteit identified some key steps for you to find the right MBA where accreditations, rankings, location, costs and return on investment are amongst the elements that play a role in your decision.