Higher Education institutions in Holland offer more than 1,500 study programs and courses that are taught entirely in English or, in some cases, in another foreign language. These programs cover a broad range of fields. Most study programs lead to a Bachelor’s, Masters’ or PhD degree, a diploma or certification.
Where to find more information:
www.nuffic.nl – Netherlands organization for international cooperation in higher education. Main source of information for both Dutch and International students.
www.studyinholland.nl – The most recent list of international study programs and courses for the current academic year, including: General information, scholarships, preparing your way, staying in Holland.
www.grantfinder.nl – Online search engine that brings together information on a range of Dutch scholarships for international students.
www.ind.nl – Information on Dutch immigration laws.
www.internationalstudy.nl – Code of Conduct and list of higher education institutions in Holland that have signed the Code.
www.minbuza.nl/en/home - Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ international homepage with addresses of Dutch embassies abroad.
www.nuffic.nl/studentpanel - Student Panel for international-orientation, open-minded students who would like to share their experiences and the ins and outs of studying abroad.
There is also a great resource in our Counseling Library entitled International Degree Programs. “Most students look for options – you look for opportunities”
www.studyinholland.nlNot yet admissible for a Dutch university? – No problem – “Preparatory Year”
Preparatory Year allows a student to prepare for a study program at a Dutch High Education institution. Students who apply to a Dutch university and are given a conditional offer may be referred to a school that offers preparatory courses in its own geographic region.
www.lucthehague.nl/news/admissions.html Want to take a semester off after high school and start in the "Spring" semester? At Leiden University College, students can apply to start midyear in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. The deadline to apply is November 1.
The university concentrates its expertise on issues of management, organization and policy in the public and private sectors on the one hand, as well as on the field of sickness and health care