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Engineering, Social Sciences and Environmental Science and Agriculture are the top-recommended courses to study in Netherlands/Holland. Apart from these, various other UG and PG courses which are gaining more popularity among students are Construction, Health, Law, Linguistics, Natural Sciences and IT
The approximate cost of education and living vary from €19,000 to € 25,000 per year depending on the program, university and location
The Dutch government is attempting to make Dutch higher education as accessible as possible to students and mid-career professionals from other countries. In Holland, higher education is subsidized, which means that tuition fees can be kept relatively low, especially compared with the United Kingdom and the United States.
|September||Offered by all Universities, Institute of Technology and Private Colleges|
|February||Offered by selected Universities, Institute of Technology and Private Colleges|
Well-taught and quality programs for cheap
An open-minded country that welcomes international students
The world leader in technical courses
Cheap student housing
|Degree||Duration of Degree||Post Study Work Visa|
|Bachelor’s||3-4 years||1 year|
|Master’s||2 years||1 year|
Foreign nationals who have been living in Netherlands with a type of work authorization for five years become eligible for the Netherlands Permanent Residence Permit. Foreign nationals who receive Irish permanent residency will get a residence permit as long-term resident EC, and is renewable.
Additionally, if you wish to work in the Netherlands as an independent entrepreneur, you need a residence permit for this. The essential interest is assessed on the basis of a scoring system. The scoring system consists of 3 parts:
Personal experience (education, entrepreneurship, work experience)
Business plan (market analysis, product/service, price, organization, financing).
Added value for the Netherlands (innovation, employment creation, investments).