Why study in Netherlands
The Netherlands is globally recognised as being deeply devoted and tied to international business, with strong trading traditions visible throughout its history. A country of creative discoverers and entrepreneurs, Holland became the home of many famous scientists and Nobel prize winners and has always been a progressive leader in continental Europe. This country is well known for the achievements in a wide variety of fields.
But why exactly are foreign students so attracted to studying in Holland?
1. Dutch universities offer programmes in English
2. Internationally recognized degrees
3. Innovative education system
The Netherlands has also received international acclaim for its groundbreaking Problem-Based Learning educational system where students are trained to analyse and solve practical problems and to develop their own professional individuality.
When Dutch universities need to select candidates for a programme or scholarship, they often do it in their own creative way, for example, through business games.
4. Multicultural environment
5. Affordable study costs
6. Holland — the gateway to Europe
Due to its central geographic and economic position in continental Europe, The Netherlands is often described as the gateway to Europe. It takes only about an hour to fly from Amsterdam to Paris, Berlin, Brussels, or London.
The Netherlands is also the place where German, British, and French cultures meet. In this technologically advanced country, nearly any household can receive TV programmes from neighbouring countries and beyond. Cinemas show films from around the world in their original languages.
Dutch universities also provide opportunities to explore European countries as they offer many study tours and exchange programmes with many famous institutes in Europe.
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