WHY CHOOSE NETHERLANDS – FROM A STUDENT PERSPECTIVE
During the academic year 2018-19 over 122,000 international students studied in Dutch higher education. This is the highest number ever recorded in Netherlands. This group consists of all bachelor- and master students. A total of 81,392 internationally mobile students were enrolled in an accredited degree program in public higher education.
Dutch universities can be a starting point for study tours and exchanges in other European countries.
September (Autumn Intake) & February (Spring Intake)
15 January for a Numerus Fixus program
1 May for all other study programs.
PASSPORT VALIDITY REQUIREMENT
A passport valid for three months beyond the length of stay and issued within the past 10 years is required.
Your daily expenses include food, public transport, books, clothes, and cinema tickets. But you also need to take into account the costs for housing and insurance. Experience has shown that students living and studying in Holland for one year spend between €500 and €800 a month.
AFTER STUDIES – SETTLEMENT OPTIONS
Once you have lived in the Netherlands for five uninterrupted years, depending on your nationality and circumstances in the Netherlands, you can be eligible for either Dutch or European permanent residence.