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Our contest is over, and results are published. Congratulations to the winners! We are thankful to everyone who participated in our competition, who supported authors with replies and likes, and who visited our site and read the reviews. Looking forward to meet you in our new contest in March!

Doing an internship in Amsterdam: Renata V, a student of the Hotel programme of Stenden University, shares her impressions.

Webster University, American Research University, accredited in The Netherlands, offers Bachelor and Master programmes in English that start 5 times a year and lead to double US and Dutch degree. Check application deadlines and start dates of the programmes!

Nyenrode Business Universiteit rewards remarkable global talents through the Nyenrode Master Challenge 2013. Six full-tuition revolving scholarships will be granted for Nyenrode’s International MBA and Master of Science in Management, three per program, on this 100% online-based competition.

Student housing tends to be scarce and quite expensive in the Netherlands. The student population is so large in many of the university cities that the demand is often greater than the supply. NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences offers international students the possibility to reserve a room before they begin their study.

Are you interested in Bachelor of Business Administration degree but not sure what university to choose? Windesheim Honours College invites you to the open day scheduled on March 15th. You can also become a student for one day and figure out what it is like to study at this university!

Anna Titova, a student from Saxion University of Applied Sciences, tells a story about her first day in Holland, how she got to her new home and started a new life.

Jet Bussemaker, the Dutch Minister of Education, has asked the Social-Economic Council (SER) to look into what the government, educational institutions, and companies in the Netherlands can do to entice international students to stay in the country once they’ve finished their studies.

Nyenrode Business Universiteit climbs to 33rd place in the annual Financial Times Ranking of European Business Schools in 2012 and becomes the only Dutch Business School that improved last year result.

If you are going to study in the Netherlands, you will probably need lots of things which can altogether empty your wallet. But there are resources available that could help you save!