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Eurogates, the educational portal, launches its first free app! Not sure what and where to study? Have some questions about a university or programme? Want to keep up-to-date with relevant news items or hear real student stories about your future school? The Eurogates app can offer you all of this and more! Take Eurogates wherever you go and stay in the loop!

The Dutch weekly magazine, Elsevier, recently revealed the best study programmes in the Netherlands. The 2012 rankings come as a result of the National Student Survey (NSE), where 170,000 students and 2,000 professors and senior lecturers were asked to give their opinions.

The Netherlands has risen in the rankings of the Global Competitiveness Report for 2012-2013. This year’s ranking only further confirms the Dutch position as an economic powerhouse.

In the city of Nijmegen where the Radboud University Nijmegen (RUN) is located there are numerous cheap café's, pizzerias and small restaurants that offer affordable meal, which are gladly visited by students.

Looking for high ranked Bachelor programme in International Media and Entertainment Management? Read more about programme of NHTV Breda University: awards and after study jobs and salary.

The number of international students who come to study in Holland has been grown by 6,6% in 2012. In the past study year 656,359 students were enrolled and 81,700 of them came from abroad. Currently the amount of foreign students has grown up to 87,100, making up 13% of the student population of 666,859.

Inholland UAS established a knowledge grant (bursary) for citizens from outside of EU, who admitted for studies on one of  bachelor programmes. The scholarship of €2,600 reimburses approximately 30% of study programme costs.

Nyenrode is very proud to be able to offer a broad range of scholarships to talented candidates who have been succesfully admitted to one of our Master or MBA programs.

The largest number of students arriving in the Netherlands from NESO countries are of Asian origin: Chinese, Indonesians and Indians. Foreign students come to Holland with the specific goal to get their education, therefore they seem to be more motivated to succeed.

VU University Amsterdam is known for internationally oriented education and offers more than 100 Master programmes taught in English. This appeals to many students who make the decision to travel to Holland for their studies. They share their experiences about studying and living in Amsterdam.