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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!


The Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has joined the European Academy of Hospitality Management in offering a unique Bachelor’s programme for students interested in a degree in International Hospitality Management


Student story about study on International Biomedical Engineering Programme at the School of Engineering, Hanze University Groningen, University of Applied Sciences.


Nyenrode Business Universiteit, in partnership with Ahold, is proud to announce Nyenrode Business Game 2012. Young talents are challenged to solve a real life business case and get the chance to win one full-tuition revolving scholarship for the Master of Science in Management program starting in August 2013 and worth 24 000 Euros.



Trying to reunite a family across borders is often a confusing and challenging task. There are many requirements for visas that must be figured out, with conditions varying depending upon your situation.


Eurogates invites students and alumni of Dutch universities to take part in the “University Review” Contest. The university review which gains the most ‘likes’ and comment ‘replies’ via Facebook will be awarded a € 300 prize by February, 3rd, 2013. Write a short review for your university and win!


Nyenrode Business Universiteit is a distinguished world-renowned institute located in the Netherlands. At Nyenrode, remarkable talents have the opportunity to further develop their capabilities, as well as to create long-term relations and expand their network among alumni, students and professors.


The government of the Netherlands supports EU/EEA students in many ways. Europeans not only can study in Holland paying the same tuition fees as Dutch citizen, but are also able to apply for the Study Grant programme.


Igor Sinitsin is a Latvian student in his first year of an International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) programme at Hanze UAS. In his short time in Groningen, he has already had some great experiences.