Study in The Netherlands
Country Descriptions: The Netherlands, a country in north-western Europe, is known for its flat landscape, canals, tulip fields, windmills, and cycling routes. Besides these, approximately 97% of the Dutch population speaks in English as a second language. Almost all universities use English as their main language to teach undergraduate and graduate levels. Thus, the country has become quite a popular destination for international students.
What to study: Dutch higher education institutions offer degrees at ordinary Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate levels, and undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas over a full range of disciplines.
Fall session: Deadline of application is on May 1st (Non-EU)
Spring Session: Deadline of application is on 31st of October (Non-EU)
Scholarships: There are many scholarships for prospective students. Here are a few popular scholarships. 1. University Excellence Scholarship. 2. Orange Knowledge Scholarship. (OKP) 3. Holland Scholarship.
Tuition Fees: Non-EU student’s tuition fees average 7000 to 18000 Euros per year. Tuition fees are depending on the course and the university.
Working in the Netherlands: No-EU students will be limited to working 16 hours per week. During the months of June, July, August students can work 40 hours per week. Dutch’s minimum wage is €10.36 per hour. After completing graduation, the student can legally work for one year. Further, students also can extend three years of work permit and can apply for Permanent Resident (PR).
Bank Solvency: According to immigration, Fees paying EU students do not need any solvency certificates. Fees Paying Non-EU students need to send one-year tuition fees plus one-year accommodation cost 10500 Euros.
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