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A PhD degree from a reputed educational institution, such as the VU University is an excellent first step in the academic journey of any student. The following features shall familiarize the candidates interested to get a doctoral degree with the steps involved in this process.

The Netherlands gains a prominent place in the world of law education. Six leading law schools of Holland joined their forces and launched a consortium of law studies.

Deciding the right university programme is really a challenging task today. If you are looking for an undergraguate programme taught in English, visit a Speed Meeting Event which organised at Inholland University of Applied Sciences.

Would you like to stay in Holland after your studies? Are you planning to look for a job? Start learning Dutch language at VU University and increase your chances of employment!

Students coming to study at Webster University are now accommodated in its new Living and Learning Centre. Get a room in the heart of Leiden and enjoy living within the walking distance of the main University building!

Master in Business Administration (MBA) is a programme chosen by both recent graduates and mid-career specialists to master strategic thinking, adapt a holistic approach to any business problem and boost their career. Planning to get an MBA degree? Saxion University has something to offer!

NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences offers a professional Bachelor programme in International Leisure Management. It is best suited for  students willing to take up a career in creating unforgettable events and developing new leisure products. Read about the programme and watch a video!

A new issue of the guide "Study in the Netherlands" is presented. This issue provide necessary information about the advantages of studying in Holland and is a comprehensive handbook meant for all international students interested in pursuing their studies in the Netherlands.

Would you like to study at Inholland University and want to know what to expect when you are an international student? Seven experienced Inholland students from different countries are ready to answer all your questions and share their experience!

In year 2 of the Windesheim Honours college students work on a International Business and Management project. The project revolves around a business case with a project proposal from an NGO from Africa.