Financial matters

Working part-time as a non EU student: A personal story

Posted by Phuong Minh Nguyen (Chloe) - student ambassador - The Hague University of Applied Sciences at Jan 02, 2019 11:46 AM

Student ambassador Chloe has been working part time to finance her studies in The Hague. It has not all been easy, so she shares her experiences in this blog. Disclaimer: Some of the parts in this blog post is from her own experience. Please do not generalize with the whole situation of this matter in Holland.

Can you work while studying in the Netherlands?

Can you work while studying in the Netherlands?

Posted by Nadhila Savira - Student Ambassador - Saxion University of Applied Sciences at Dec 09, 2018 08:40 PM

Student Ambassador Nadhila from Indonesia has been working as at Saxion's international office next to her studies. In this blog she shares her experiences with working in Holland as a non-EU student.

Working while studying in Holland

Working while studying in Holland

Posted by Slavena Trifonova - Student Ambassador - HAN University of Applied Sciences at Sep 12, 2018 11:04 AM

Many international students try to alleviate the cost of studying by working part time. But how to find a job? And how do you balance school, work and social life? Student Ambassador Slavena shares her experiences with finding a job and working in Arnhem.

The Student's Cost of Living in the Netherlands

The Student's Cost of Living in the Netherlands

Posted by Michael Anderson at Jun 01, 2017 12:45 PM

If you’re heading to the Netherlands for school soon, or considering attending university in this small corner of Europe, you’ve probably asked yourself, “How much is it going to cost to live there?”. I know this was a huge question on my mind while applying to schools, and even after reading about it from many sources online, I still wasn’t sure how much it would be.

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