Study in The Netherlands

The Netherlands ranks 7th among the world’s top 10 countries for higher education and also scored 3rd globally for teaching quality and 4th for career goals

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About The Netherlands

The Dutch society is international, diverse and inclusive. Based on United Nations data The Netherlands has the highest population density in Europe

The Netherlands is top-ranked in the list of most beloved countries for expats, also the country offers a strong economy, excellent employment opportunities, inspiring cities and high quality of life.

The Higher Education System

Like most European countries, the Netherlands has adhered to the Bologna higher education system, however, what is still distinct about the Netherlands is that universities are split into two types of institutions: research universities and applied sciences universities.

Annual tuition fees for students from an EEA country start at €2,143. For students with other nationalities, the average tuition fee for bachelor’s programmes is between €6,000 – €15,000, and for a master’s programme between €8,000 – €20,000.


Scholarships are usually limited and offered by the university but there are also a few offered by the government of specific associations.

For example, The Holland Scholarship is meant for international students from outside EEA. The scholarship amounts to € 5,000. You will receive this in the first year of your studies.

Why study in The Netherlands?

Prestigious Universities

The Netherlands was recently named as one of the top six countries in the world with the most prestigious universities. The programs are high quality, widely offered in English and a comparative bargain, and these escalating numbers are no surprise.

A Gateway to Europe

Whether you’re hopping a one-hour flight to London or a three-hour train ride to Paris, all of Europe’s most famous sites are within easy reach. Students can travel on their own or take advantage of one of the region’s many organized study tours.

Work Opportunities For International Students

International Students are by law permitted to work for a maximum of 16 hours per week and full-time during vacations. Students can expect to earn between 6-10 € per hour for part-time work they find themselves. International students will need a work permit in the Netherlands during their stay (unless they are EU citizen).

Good Value for Your Money

The quality of Dutch higher education is well-recognised. The tuition fees and cost of living are considerably lower than in English-speaking countries. As a student, you can also get discounts in many bars, restaurants, museums and cinemas. You can get around town easily on a bicycle.

Globally Recognized Study Programs

The Netherlands has also been recognized as a knowledge centre with rich study traditions and well-known universities. Education in the Netherlands meets all international standards and is well-reputed worldwide.

Diverse Community

The Netherlands is one of the most open western countries in the world, and has been for quite a while. According to the Dutch national Statistics office more than 1/5 of the population is of non-Dutch origin.

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