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British students are increasingly looking out for better study options and places to pursue their education. It is not surprising that many of them are eagerly turning towards Dutch universities as a destination that can provide them a great learning opportunity with a lower fee as compared to the UK.


Leisure, Tourism and Hospitality education in Holland has been empowered by the creation of a new Centre of Expertise. NHTV Breda, HZ, and Stenden Universities of Applied Sciences are the institutions behind this initiative.


Universities in The Netherlands aim to contribute their research to economic and society, and each of them does this its own way. But how successful are they in this area? Valorisation Ranking, recently published by ScienceWorks and Elsevier for the second time, attempts to find an answer for this question.


How much do managers earn in Holland per year. Average wages of managers per branch and per city of the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Delft, Eindhoven, Maastricht, Haarlem).


Holland is ranked 8th in the Better Life Index ranking that was recently published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This ranking compared the quality of life in the 36 most developed countries in the world.



Sanjeev Delip Kumar, a student from the UK, shares how he decided to study abroad at the Emmen campus of Stenden University of Applied Sciences. Sanjeev is taking the International Business and Languages programme and shares his first impressions about the school, city, and the Netherlands in this testimonial.


Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has started to offer new Entrepreneurial Business Administration (EBA) Bachelor programme. This IBA spesialisation is designed for the students, who wish to combine higher education with starting their own company.


An international student, Grace Omondi, explains why she really enjoys her Master programme in International Communication (MIC) at Hanze University and tells what she likes most about it.


A new ‘technology pact’, signed recently by Dutch businesses, educational institutions, unions, and governmental bodies, hopes to attract more international tech students to The Netherlands. The pact proposes an increase of internships and scholarships for talented foreign tech students, as well as a strong recruiting link with universities.


NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences offers International Hotel Management, a top-ranked Bachelor programme, which gives students an opportunity to learn in a real-life setting. Only 150 places are available every year for the students from Holland and abroad.