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Agriculture & Environment Arts Behaviour & Social Culture Business & Economics Communication & Arts Education Engineering Food Hotel & Tourism Humanities & Arts Interdisciplinary programmes Language & Culture Law Logistics & Transport Management & Administration Mathematics Media & Information Technology Medicine & Health Care Natural sciences & IT Nature Religion & Philosophy Services Social Sciences & Social Care Technology
Preparatory courses allow in 2−12 months to prepare for Bachelor programmes, to tighten the English and learn about the culture of the country. At the end one gets an international certificate.
Bachelor (undergraduate) is a basic higher education. You can either learn to be a researcher (3 years) and then go for a master's degree, or a professional (4 years).
Master (graduate) is the second level of higher education designed for bachelors who plan to become scientists. Duration is 1−2 years.
PhD programmes are only offered by Research universities and last for 4 years. PhD degree can be gained after defending of doctoral dissertation.
Applied universities: Preparatory 3–12 months Applied Bachelor 1–4 years Applied Master 1–2 years MBA 1-24 months Research universities: Academic Bachelor 3 years Academic Master 1–2 years PhD 4 years MBA 1–24 months LLM 1–2 years Universities & Training Centres: Short courses 1–12 months
Amsterdam University College ArtEZ Institute of the Arts Avans University UAS CHE University Delft University of Technology Erasmus University Rotterdam Fontys University Han University Hanze UAS, Preparatory Hanze UAS Hogeschool van Amsterdam HU University Utrecht HZ University Inholland University International Centre for Research in Agriculture KIT (Royal Tropical Institute) Leiden University Maastricht University NHTV Breda University Nyenrode Business Universiteit Protestant Theological University Radboud University Nijmegen Rotterdam Business School Saxion University Stenden University The Hague Prep school The Hague University TiasNimbas Business school Tilburg University TU Eindhoven UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education University of Amsterdam University of Groningen University of Twente Utrecht School of the Arts Utrecht Summer School Utrecht University VU University Amsterdam Wageningen University Windesheim University Wittenborg University
Amsterdam Amsterdam Zuidoost Apeldoorn Arnhem Assen Berlin, Germany Breda Breukelen Budapest Delft Delft/Leiden Den Bosch ('s-Hertogenbosch) Deventer Diemen Driebergen Ede Eindhoven Emmen Enschede Enschede/Zwolle Florence, Italy Florence, Utrecht Florence, Utrecht, Berlin Groningen Haarlem Hannover Leeuwarden Leiden Maastricht Middelburg Nijmegen Rotterdam Tartu, Estonia, Breukelen The Hague Tilburg Tilburg, Hannover, Budapest Tilburg, Utrecht Utrecht Utrecht, Berlin Venlo Vlissingen Wageningen West Lafayette Zeist Zwolle
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|Cost of study|
|EU students:||600 €|
Utrecht Summer School
|Study periods||Application deadlines|
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|18 Aug 2014 — 22 Aug 2014||11 Aug 2014||11 Aug 2014|
Dutch university programmes accredited by the Netherlands-Flemish Accreditation Organization (NVAO) get a CROHO code. CROHO stands for Central Register of Higher Education Programmes and is used by DUO (Dutch governmental organisation).
The CROHO ID is required for the application to a study programme via Studielink. Upon graduating programmes accredited by NVAO students obtain recognized degrees.
To apply to the universities in the Netherlands citizens from non-English speaking countries must submit the certificated of TOEFL, IELTS or CAE as a proof of their English proficiency.