University in the Netherlands: The best balance between quality and costs in Europe
Employment rate of recent graduates among the highest in Europe: 90.4% (Times Higher Education, 2019)
English qualifications recognized by companies and universities around the world
University fees and cost of living similar to other Central European countries (fees between € 1500 and 4000 per year)
Multicultural environment, with 11.6% of international students (CBS, 2019)
The rainy climate may require a spirit of adaptation those who love warmer, sunnier weather
The very liberal environment is suitable for responsible and mature students
How does the admissions process work?
Choose limited number universities
You can only apply to two limited number universities in the Netherlands. With our help, you can choose the ones that best suit your priorities (degree course relevance, costs, city of location, extra-curricular opportunities, etc).
Prepare your documents
Dutch universities require several documents. To apply, you will need to prepare a CV and, in many cases, a motivation letter, in addition to submitting your school transcripts. Our team of tutors will help you write CVs and letters to shine among the many candidates.
Once you have prepared all the necessary documents, you will need to register on the "StudieLink" online platform and submit the material. The typical deadline for this phase is January 15th, so we recommend starting with phase 1 at least in August of the previous year.
Prepare for admission exams
Some universities require an admission test to be taken between January and March. We will help you identify the material to study and we will follow you throughout the preparation, relying on the most qualified tutors.
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