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Study in Netherlands Questions

  • Affordable study cost.

  • Affordable living expense.

  • Innovative teaching method.

  • Mostly programs are taught in English.

  • Internationally recognized universities.

Undergraduate Postgraduate 
FA/Fsc or A levels certificate FA/Fsc or A levels certificate
Dutch language or English language proficiency according to your selected  Undergraduate degree for admission in graduate and Graduate degree in an appropriate subject to study in postgraduate
Photocopy of your passport or id card Dutch language or English language proficiency according to your selected program.
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  • Admission confirmation letter from university

  • Correctly completed application form.

  • Certificate of all previous education record. 

  • Fee payment proof of university (min 1 semester).

  • Pictures and other proof of identity.

  • Bank statement with sufficient fund.

  • Medical test for tuberculosis.

No, studying in Netherland is quite affordable as compare to other countries like USA and UK. As well as you can also do a part time job to beer some expense. 

Yes, Netherland offers many scholarships to international students:
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To attract the international students Netherland offers now many programs in English language, And due to this Netherland became the first country whose first language is not English but offering Many programs in English. So as an international student if your first language is not English then You have to provide a proof of high English language proficiency.

In Netherland many universities do offer accommodation. It’s the student choice to choose the on campus or off campus accommodation. But the better opinion is to go with on campus accommodation. If your hosting university does not provide you the accommodation then go for off campus accommodation. 

Yes, if you choose to study in English language and your first language is not English then yes IELTS Is required for admission.

Yes, students are allowed to work while studying. An international student is allowed to work 16 hours/week

16 hours/week

Netherland degree is internationally recognized. So, after your higher education you can apply and get a job anywhere in the market.

Yes, an international student can apply for the permanent PR or citizenship after living in Netherland for five years.

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