Expat Survival Guide 2021 - The Netherlands

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WO (UNIVERSITY - UNIVERSITEIT) • There are over a dozen government-funded research universities offering international degrees and short courses via intensive, academic studies (visit www.studyin.nl). • University programmes consist of a Bachelor’s or undergraduate phase lasting three years. • A master’s or graduate degree takes between one to two years. • More than 2,100 programmes are taught entirely in English, see https://www.studyinholland.nl/dutch-education/findstudy-programmes. • Many Dutch universities have partner institutions in other countries, so students can study part of their course abroad. COSTS • Fees depend on your nationality and age. • The fee for EU/EEA nationals is set by the Dutch government (just over €2,000 per annum). Most students get a 50% discount on the fees for their first year of study. Students of the teacher training school also get 50% discount on the 2nd year of their study. • Tuition fee loans are available. • The fees at private institutions can be substantially higher.

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HOW TO APPLY • Over 90,000 international students study in the Netherlands. This is about 12% of the total student population. Information on fees, qualifications and study programmes is widely available in English.

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