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The Netherlands, one of Europe’s leading countries for international education, is also one of the most industrialized countries with a booming economy and excellent job opportunities. The country is also often referred to as “the gateway to Europe” as it is centrally located on the European continent.

The Netherlands has 13 globally ranked universities and has produced 12 Nobel Prize Laureates. The universities offer well-designed courses and the tuition fees in Dutch universities are relatively lower than in other destinations for higher studies. About 95% of its locals speak English, making it a comfortable and stable destination for international students.

 Some of the world’s largest companies are Dutch and the Netherlands is the European headquarters for many global organizations including Heineken, KLM, Shell, ING, Philips, and Unilever.

Netherlands for International Students

The Netherlands, one of the safest countries in the world, has a large community of international students. Universities in the Netherlands offer help to foreign students to acquire a Dutch student visa. After graduating from a Netherlands university, the students can also apply for a post-study work visa for one year. Combined with the country’s universal mindset, you find a workforce that is greatly proficient in English and very welcoming towards foreign employees. All these are ideal conditions for international students to study in the Netherlands.

Why Study in Netherlands?

Dutch universities are among the most innovative and modern institutions in the world-renowned for their high-quality education at Bachelor’s and Master’s levels. They offer programs related to engineering, law, business, environment, and energy management. More than 2,100 English taught courses are run by the universities at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Dutch teaching style is interactive and student-centric enabling students to develop valuable skills such as analyzing, problem-solving and creative thinking. Ample guidance, umpteen course options, and the possibility of scholarships make the Netherlands a preferred destination for study abroad aspirants.

Universities/Institutions & Courses

High Ranked Universities/Institutions

  1. University of Twente
  2. Tilburg University
  3. Radboud University
  4. Fontys University of Applied Sciences
  5. Maastricht School of Management

Popular Courses

  1. Bachelor’s in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  2. Bachelor’s in Computing Science
  3. Master’s in Environment and Energy Management
  4. Master’s in Industrial Design Engineering
  5. Master’s of Business Administration
  6. Master’s in Bio-Medical Sciences
  7. Master’s in Finance and Accounting


Cost of Education in Netherlands

The tuition fees for international students studying Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in the Netherlands ranges from EUR 7500 to EUR 11,000 per annum. The average living expenses are estimated at around EUR 900 to EUR 1,100 per month

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