While other countries discuss how to put into practice the Bologna Convention, the Netherlands is the first to open the doors of its universities for foreign students by introducing programs in English. The government invests heavily in higher education, therefore new campuses of universities in the Netherlands are among the masterpieces of contemporary architecture - with rooms that benefit from natural light, areas for leisure, comfortable and welcoming, and rooms equipped with modern equipment. Netherlands are among the countries preferred by Romanian students and occupies a leading position in Europe in terms of preferences toward higher education.
Dutch universities are of two types: theoretical and applied sciences.
Universities of Applied Sciences have a practical orientation, focusing on the training of students in various fields of economy and business. The study program lasts four years, including a year of practice. After graduation, students will easily find a job, having already experience in their chosen field. In theoretical universities, scientific research is part of the program of each student. University studies last for 3 years, and the master 2 years.
Tuition fees - how much does a BA or MA program in Holland cost?
Tuition fees in the Netherlands: € 2 006 / year for bachelor and master (research universities) and between 12 000-21 000 € / masters programs (universities of applied sciences)
Are there scholarships in the Netherlands?
Scholarships and funding opportunities: social grants (for students who work), student loans
Contact IntegralEdu now to see which programs of study in English you can choose and what the specific conditions of application, study and living in the Netherlands are.