Why Study Netherlands?

Study in Holland, one of the world’s richest countries and host to many multinational brands. Holland has a well-respected higher education system that produces highly employable individuals through science and engineering programs taught in English. It’s not that Holland is a workaholic’s paradise. Holland is blessed with picturesque countrysides and colorful towns lined with strings of cafes, art galleries, and ancient landmarks that can be covered on a bicycle for the avid traveler in you. Furthermore, excellent transportation connections to other European countries make it possible to visit iconic destinations such as Germany and France during your stay.

  • One of the world’s richest countries
  • More than four Dutch universities have been named in the top 100 universities in the world.
  • Education is provided at a heavily subsidized rate.
  • Financial commercial center
  • A liberal mindset and a hospitable population
  • Cities that are great for students and have the highest facilities
  • For international students, almost all classes are taught in English.
  • For jobs, there is easy access to neighboring European countries.
  • International students can study in a healthy setting.
  • A multiethnic culture with a naturally tolerant disposition
  • Excellent standard of living
  • Leading the way in terms of invention and innovation
  • Pioneers in a variety of fields

Higher Education System In Netherlands 

The higher education system in the Netherlands is made up primarily of three different types of institutions, each with a unique offering to an international student. They are

  • Research Universities
  • Universities of Applied Science
  • Institutes for International Education

Required Documents

  • A completed application form;
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended;
  • Official documentation confirming professional designations, where applicable;
  • Two (2) letters of academic reference attesting to readiness for graduate studies; For those without recent academic experience, letters from employers attesting to the level of experience and analytical writing skills will be acceptable;
  • A detailed chronological resume clearly outlining educational achievements, work experience and progression, and other related experience;
  • A Letter of Intent (LOI) that clearly explains why the applicant is applying and outlines the student’s academic intentions.

Applicants who completed undergraduate studies must also submit:

  • Documentation confirming their degree was awarded, if not already indicated on official transcripts;
  • A credential evaluation from a recognized service confirming equivalency if the applicant submits a credential from an unrecognized institution or if additional analysis is required by the Admissions Committee.