Study in Netherland
The Netherlands is part of mainland Europe, it sits in Western Europe with an extensive coastline to the North Sea and shares land borders with Germany and Belgium. The Netherlands is also known as Holland and was the first non-native English speaking country to offer courses taught in English to international students. Now almost all courses offered to international students are taught in English and Dutch, which is great if you’re planning on studying in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands is also home to one of the world’s oldest and most highly respected systems of higher education, dating back to the 16th century.The education system in Holland is known for its high quality in education and research and its international study environment.
Higher Education in Netherlands is offered at 2 Types of Universities
Offering research-oriented programs. Research universities include general universities, universities specialising in engineering and agriculture, and the Open University.
2.Universities of Applied Sciences:
Offering programs of higher professional education. Universities of applied sciences include general institutions as well as institutions specialising in a specific field such as agriculture, fine and performing arts or teacher training.
The Dutch institutions offer international students a guarantee of the quality of their programs, student recruitment, selection and counselling procedures in a Code of Conduct. The code sets out standards for Dutch the higher education institutions in their dealings with international students. Only institutions that have signed up to the code are allowed to recruit international students