News about education in the Netherlands
The Ministry of Economic Affairs is easing regulations for non-EU entrepreneurs wishing to start a business in The Netherlands. As of August 1st, 2013, self-employed innovators will be able to establish themselves using different conditions than previously.
How much do managers earn in Holland per year. Average wages of managers per branch and per city of the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Delft, Eindhoven, Maastricht, Haarlem).
Are you searching for a job in the Netherlands or have just found one? Here are several tips you need to know when working with the Dutch.
Jet Bussemaker, the Dutch Minister of Education, has asked the Social-Economic Council (SER) to look into what the government, educational institutions, and companies in the Netherlands can do to entice international students to stay in the country once they’ve finished their studies.
Attracting international students after graduation and encouraging alumni to return to Holland for work, is an important contribution to the Dutch economy based on knowledge and intellectual skills. To make it easier for alumni to find information on work opportunities in Holland, Nuffic is launching a new business and career portal.
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!
Do you think that every expat easy can find a place in the foreign country? They come to the country to get some new experience for different reasons and not all of them could find an occupation after their own heart. Below you can find 10 hints that will help you in looking for job in the Holland.
Would you like to stay in the Netherlands after graduation as a highly-skilled migrant (kennismigrant)? Read this article to find out everything about the procedure you need to follow, salary requirements to meet and what to do if you lose a job as a kennismigrant.
The University Twente (the Netherlands), the Nijmegen School of Management (the Netherlands), in collaboration Humbold University (Germany) and University Toulouse 1 (France), has taken the initiative to create a PhD Network for people working in business.