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Tuition fees: Smart marketing trick? Students outside the European Economic Area (EEA) have to cough up large tuition fees to study at Tilburg University.


Five years ago, Yorn Soeteman (22, Business studies) started the website budgetgaming.nl, a price comparison website for video games. This is the first portrait in a series about Young Inventors at Tilburg University.


The average price for student rooms has gone up by 8% to €259 in Tilburg over the past year. The price rise is greater than in other student cities, according to survey results of intermediary website for rooms, kamernet.nl.


If you can’t get enough of HAN University of Applied Sciences / Arnhem Business School, even after 4 years of study, there is a way to continue enjoying your time as a student here: a Master programme.


HAS University

Den Bosch University: Green Business School

Programmes 1 August 2008, 00:00

The Green Business School is the green sector of HAS Den Bosch and cooperates with Stoas Professional University, HAS KennisTransfer and Writtle College (UK).



The University of Utrecht will start a unique international law degree programme, the Transnational Law Program. This four-year English-taught combined bachelor’s – master’s programme is offered in cooperation with the Washington University School of Law in St Louis.


Students of the Hogeschool Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN) in the East of the Netherlands are building a unique rally car, to take part in the world famous Dakar rally in January 2009.


By offering an English language bachelor's programme for both Dutch and foreign students, the Law faculty hopes to enlarge and to make the intake of students to existing English-language master's programmes more flexible.


Food for free, cooking workshops, dance and music transformed the area outside the Bastille on Wednesday, the 4th of June. The occasion was the annual International Food Festival, which was held as a part of the `Let's Go!' event supported by PITS (Platform Internationalisation Twente Student organization).


TU Delft with support from The Shell Centenary Scholarship Fund (TSCSF), offers scholarships to postgraduate students from developing countries.