Why Holland?

When talking about Education and thinking about Holland then you should know that there are various reasons to consider this country as a study destination.

First of all, Holland is the place where many Nobel Prize winners started their career. On top of that, Holland is the best place to be, for people passionate about research. Just think of two of the most famous researchers in the world:  Marie Curie or Andre Geim  - they conducted most of their research activities in Holland.

Dutch people are also very creative. While studying in the Netherlands, you will definitely have to think about creative solutions and to be prepared for teamwork as the education in Holland is much more practice oriented. Along with all these, as a future student you should consider this study destination because:

1. You can choose from a various range of international study programmes and courses!
Holland is the first non-English speaking country to offer courses taught in English. Dutch higher education institutions offer more that 1500 international university programmes entirely in English. This is why, Holland is a front-runner in higher education in Europe.
 
2. You will benefit from a high quality education!
The Dutch Higher Education System enjoys a worldwide reputation for high quality. Experience shows that those who study in Holland, often perform extremely well in other parts of the world. This quality is achieved through a national system of regulation and quality assurance. The Bachelor and Master programmes that meet the criteria, are officially recognized by the NVAO (Accreditation Organization of the Netherlands and Flanders).

The Times Higher Education Supplement ranks 11 Dutch universities among the Top 200 in the world. This achievement is extra impressive when you consider Holland`s small size related to the rest of Europe.

In the same time, Holland has received international acclaim for its brand new, groundbreaking Problem Based Learning System.  The system focuses on a student centered pedagogy with the goal of helping the students develop flexible knowledge, effective problem solving skills, self-directed learning, effective collaboration skills and intrinsic motivation.
 
3. You will enjoy an international study environment!
Holland is a small country with an international orientation. As a student you will experience a multicultural study environment, you will have the chance to know people all over the world, to develop social and interaction skill and last but not least, to bound lifelong friendships.

4. You will benefit of lower tuition fees and student loans!
Starting 2007, EU/ EEA students are entitled to pay lower tuition fees in Holland. However, if you choose to study at a Dutch university you can apply for a loan to pay these tuition fees. This is also known as a “student loan” and is received monthly. After graduation, you will have to repay the sum you borrowed.
 
5.  As a student, you will be able to work part-time!
If you are an EU/EEA national and work a minimum of 32 h/month,  as a student  you may be eligible to receive a study grant and an OV – Studentenkaart (free public transportation card). You can receive a total amount of 500 EUR/month which can ensure you a decent living if is combined with the part-time salary. If you complete your education by defending the final thesis, the entire grant is written-off and considered a present form the Dutch Government.

22 February 2013

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