News about education in the Netherlands
Exploring MBA opportunities can be very overwhelming due to the large number of programs and formats that are offered. Nyenrode Business Universiteit identified some key steps for you to find the right MBA where accreditations, rankings, location, costs and return on investment are amongst the elements that play a role in your decision.
The Dutch government’s Modern Migration Policy has come into effect as of June 1st, 2013. The new procedure is meant to benefit students by speeding up the processing times of applications, providing them with an extended and more flexible visa, and creating less paperwork for them in the long run. However, these benefits come with more responsibilities for educational institutions as well as some extra conditions for students.
International students that come to study at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences are provided with accommodation as it is a part of their package fee. Wittenborg offers three types of student housing in Apeldoorn: apartments, houses, and Spacebox studios.
The tuition fees of programmes at universities in the Netherlands are equal for Dutch citizens and for inhabitants of the countries from the European Economic Area. See the list of EEA countries and visa application deadlines.
After graduation at a university or university of applied sciences in the Netherlands foreign students are allowed to spend a period of up to 12 months to find a job as a highly skilled migrant (kennismigrant). From January 1st 2013 the minimum annual salary for highly skilled migrants was raised to € 27,336.
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!
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.
What can you do after study in Europe? How you can find a job in European countries? There are many ways to search for a job in the Netherlands. We will examine each of them in details below.
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.
So, you are admitted to a Dutch University! Now you should make sure that you have all the books required for your studies. If you have not thought about the textbooks while at home or prefer buying them in the Netherlands, there are several places where you can find them for a good price.