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Netherlands has 13 globally-ranked universities and has produced 12 Nobel Prize laureates. About 95% of its locals speak in English, making it a comfortable and stable destination for international students. Tuition fees in Dutch universities is relatively lower than other destinations for higher studies and education is subsidized by the Government. Netherlands incorporates team work oriented teaching style and the universities offer well-designed courses and facilities. It is often referred to as the "gateway to Europe" since it is centrally located in Europe.

Why Study in Netherlands?

The Dutch Universities are acknowledged worldwide for their modern courses and facilities. It places a strong emphasis on personalized attention and team work. The education system encourages a practical approach than theoretical and the cost of living in Netherlands in comparatively lower than other parts of Europe. Netherlands is renowned for its scientific research that is valued both nationally and internationally.

Netherlands at a Glance

Netherlands has a long history of a vibrant academic life and outstanding literacy levels. It has a temperate maritime climate with cool summers and moderate winters. The major cities are Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, and Utrecht. Netherlands is ranked no.2 in the world for overall logistics performance and it is home to world-class seaports, centrally located airports and an extensive network of roads and highways. It is ranked as the 7th happiest place on earth and has a high standard of living.

Popular Universities & Popular Programs
Popular Programs

Bachelors in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Bachelors in Industrial Engineering and Management

Master of Business Administration

Master in Finance and Accounting

Master International Hospitality Management

Netherlands's Education Cost
Tuition fees for international students for bachelor's course range from 6,000 Euro per year to 12,000 per year. The tuition fees for master's course range from 8,000 to 20,000 Euro per year. The average living expenses for one year range from 800 Euro to 1,100 Euro per month.

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Universities we Represent in Netherlands

1 University of Twente, Enschede
2 Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands (Public University)
3 Radboud University, Nijmegen
4 HAN University of Applied Sciences, Nijmegen
5 Maastricht School of Management, Maastricht
6 Fontys University, Eindhoven
7 Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, Apeldoorn
8 Rotterdam Business School, Rotterdam
9 University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam (CEG
10 Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam (CEG)
11 Study Group Holland International Study Centre, Amsterdam