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Would you like to increase your chances of finding a job after graduation? Wittenborg Business School gives its international students a great opportunity to get a work placement in a company for a period between 3 and 12 months!

Are you planning to study at AUC? Do you have a lot of questions about the academic programme or life in Amsterdam? International team of Amsterdam University College understands your concerns and offers you to talk to the AUC students and get the answers to all your questions!

If you are thinking of pursuing your studies at the University of Groningen, you need to have an exact estimation of expenses. This would help you in planning your finances in advance and making proper arrangements.

Dutch universities are placed on the second place in Europe after Great Britain on the reputation ranking of the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings with 5 Research Universities in TOP-100.

Dutch Nuffic and the Brazilian national Council for Scientific and technological Development (CNPq) established the Science without Borders scholarship programme which offers possibilities for Brazilians to study in the Netherlands.

Would you like to build your career in a transnational corporation? Or are you dreaming of working in a creative atmosphere in a PR or an advertising company? Do you have an aptitude for language and you enjoy working with words, images and media? Then the Bachelor programme in International Communication Management is your right choice!

Everything you need to know about education in the Netherlands on 24 march. Expatica's Expat Education Fair offers free resources, information and networking opportunities to internationals living in the Netherlands.

According to 2012 edition of Keuzegids, comparative guide to Dutch higher education programmes, the majority of NHTV Bachelor courses are judged as the best in their categories.

The IBA programme of VU Amsterdam is based on four disciplines: social sciences, technology, economics and general business administration and includes various courses which are specifically geared to global issues such as cross-cultural management and international law.

How much will it cost me to live in Amsterdam? The prices to rent out a room in the city will start from 500 - 550 euro per month.