Study in Netherlands

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95% of Dutch speak English

Netherlands, Western Europe

Home to more than 157 nationalities of international students, Netherlands is a non-anglophone country with almost 95% of its population speaking English. Aka Holland is known for its beaches, canals, boats and a lot more.


What to study in Netherlands

MBA, MS, MSc, MA, BBA, BS etc (Degree and non degree programs)


Subjects

Management, Technology, Science, Humanities, Research etc


Where to study in Netherlands

Universities

  • Delft University of Technology (TU Delft): Founded in 1842, Netherland's highest ranked university, World Top 100
  • University of Amsterdam: Founded in 1632, Netherland's largest university, World Top 100
  • Eindhoven University of Technology: Top university for Technology & Architecture, World top 110

Business Schools

  • Rotterdam School Of Management, Erasmus University
  • Maastricht University School of Business and Economics
  • Maastricht School of Management (MSM)
  • University of Amsterdam - Amsterdam Business School
  • University of Groningen - Faculty of Economics and Business
  • Nyenrode Business Universiteit
  • TIAS School for Business and Society - Tilburg University
  • Tilburg School of Economics and Management - Tilburg University
  • Utrecht University - Utrecht School of Economics
  • VU University Amsterdam - Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Scholarships to study in Netherlands


Visa to study in Netherlands & Work Permit

Student visa is provided for the duration of the program (renewable depending upon the curriculum of the university)

Work Permit: Indian students are eligible for a 1 year job search visa to find employment after the graduation

Edvisory Advantage

Edvisory provides Application, counselling, admission support for Top 10 universities/B Schools in Netherlands.

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Edvisory Assurance

Information provided on Edvisory website is accurate and subject to public announcements by universities and the Governments.

Note: For the purpose of rankings, Edvisory adheres to QS & Financial Times

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