Why should you study in Holland?
Most of the student life in Holland happens off-campus.
Holland is a safe country by international standards.
Holland is at the crossroads where the German, British and French cultures meet.
You don't really need a car to get around in Holland.
Holland has a huge religious diversity.
Holland is a constitutional monarchy with an open economy.
The Netherlands is famous for its progressive stance on equality and diversity. Everyone in the Netherlands has the right to be who he or she wants to be and to be with whomever they want to be, as long as they do no harm to others.
You can pursue a bachelor's, master's or PhD degree in Holland.
Holland has various types of higher education institutions.
Tuition fees are low and life is comparatively cheap.
See all higher education institutions on a map of Holland.
You may find that the Dutch grading system is different from your own.
In 2014-2015 Holland hosted 90,000 international students.
Get education that meets the highest standards.
Develop an open mind through interactive learning.
Check our database of English-taught courses.
Admission requirements are set by the institutions.
To determine whether your diploma qualifies you to be admitted to a study programme, the higher education institution can consult Nuffic.
Application procedures vary by institution and programme.
Do you want to do an internship in Holland?
Why not follow a study programme in Dutch?
What do you need to do and when? Find out with our checklist!
There are many sources of funding for studying here.
Get prepared and make the most of your Study in Holland experience.
Different procedures apply for refugee students. Use our Pathfinder tool to find out what you need to do in your situation.
Do you need a visa to come to Holland?
Make sure that you are properly insured during your stay in Holland.
In Holland, students usually do not live on campus but have their own room.
What kind of expenses should you expect when coming to Holland?
All you need to know about working in Holland.
Learn to speak the language as part of your Study in Holland experience.
Read the experiences of fellow students who have already studied in Holland.
A list of apps you don’t want to miss when studying in Holland!
Meet our team of Study in Holland reporters.
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