Study in HOLLAND

The Netherlands is globally recognised as being deeply devoted and tied to international business, with strong trading traditions visible throughout its history. A country of creative discoverers and entrepreneurs, Holland became the home of many famous scientists and Nobel prize winners and has always been a progressive leader in continental Europe. This country is well known for the achievements in a wide variety of fields.

Highlights

  • Excellent education and research
  • International study environment
  • Multicultural society in the heart of Europe
  • The higher education institutions are spread throughout the country, only some of them have campuses. 
  • Holland has also received international acclaim for its ground-breaking Problem-Based Learning system, which trains students to analyze and solve practical problems independently through emphasis on self-study and self-discipline.
  • Holland was the first non-English-speaking country to offer courses taught in English.
Features
  • Dutch society is multicultural. Groups of people with non-Dutch backgrounds have been living in Holland for decades as a result of historical ties with other parts of the world. There is also a huge religious diversity.
  • Holland has also received international acclaim for its ground-breaking Problem-Based Learning system, which trains students to analyze and solve practical problems independently through emphasis on self-study and self-discipline.
  • Holland was the first non-English-speaking country to offer courses taught in English. The Dutch higher education institutions together offer about 1,300 international study programmes and courses which are taught entirely in English. This makes Holland the front-runner in continental Europe.
  • Low tuition fees compared to other English spoken study destinations.
  • 16 million inhabitants (and even more bicycles...)
Fees and Expenses
  • The academic year in Netherlands runs from September to July
  • Founded in 1632, UvA is the country's largest university with over 31,000 students. 7 faculties: Humanities, Social and Behavioural Sciences, Economics and Business, Law, Science, Medicine and Dentistry.
  • Costs for International students vary depending on the course, with an average range of €8,000 to €14,000 per year
  • For international students allow maximum of 10 hours per week during the academic year 
  • Living expenses should amount to about €900 to €1,400 per month. Food/drink costs depend on what you eat and how often you go out.
  • International students who have graduated in Netherlands are allowed an orientation year after their study - basically 12 month



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