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Education First, a private company focusing on the link between education and language skills across the globe, recently released its 2012 English Proficiency Index (EPI) report. This report measures the English proficiency of people in non-English speaking countries. The Netherlands ranks 3rd globally.

Many Brazilian students crossed the borders of their country this academic year in order to obtain new study experiences at foreign universities. One of them, Guido Guimbard, chose Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences for his abroad education, and became one of 350 student from Brazil who came to the Netherlands this year. Now, few weeks within his studies, Guido shares first experience about Wittenborg UAS, his course, and the city of Apeldoorn.

Monica Pranato, an Indonesian student at NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, talks about studying International Game Architecture and Design at the Bachelor’s level, with her specialisation in Indie Game Development.

A trend seems to be developing at research universities in the Netherlands where international students now make up around 12% of the total student population in the country.

Nyenrode Business Universiteit has created a series of events that allow you to experience the university first-hand. Via their on-campus events and short programs, Nyenrode invites remarkable talents from all over the world to live the excitement, energy and commitment of the university!

Technological developments of Inholland University students resulted with innovative Apollo vehicle, capable of covering 2.400 km on one liter of Bioethanol fuel. This car will participate in the 'Shell Eco-Marathon' race in Rotterdam in May 2013, and then will be recycled into wind wagon Anemo VI for the 'Racing Aeolus 2013' competition in August.

Windesheim Honours College is the first residential college in the Netherlands for professional education.

Cancer research conducted by HAN students and teachers of Life Sciences and Biochemistry is used by Oxford University to do further research. The successful collaboration also resulted in 2 internship places for HAN students Oxford University.

On its efforts to connect with the most remarkable global talents, Nyenrode Business Universiteit organizes On-Campus Business Games, an on-site competition where talents from all over the world get together at Nyenrode’s 13th Century estate to solve a real-life business case. Winners of this competition will get a full-tuition revolving scholarship worth 24,000 EUR for Nyenrode Master of Science in Management full-time program starting in August 2013.