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Finding accommodation in major Dutch student cities is not an easy task due to the gap between the number of students looking for a room and the number of available rooms. Browsing such websites as is one of the valuable options to start your search for a room.

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.

Student housing tends to be scarce and quite expensive in the Netherlands. The student population is so large in many of the university cities that the demand is often greater than the supply. NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences offers international students the possibility to reserve a room before they begin their study.

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.

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.

You are accepted into a Dutch university and want to learn more about the Dutch cuisine and meals which you can expect at student canteens during lunch. Here you can find some information about snacks and meals which are usually served at student canteens available on the territory of every campus.

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.

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.