Overview of studying in the Netherlands

Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

Dutch country of tulips, windmills and wooden clogs not only attracts tourists but also an attractive place for international students to study and live.

The Netherlands is a small, beautiful and prosperous country located in the heart of Europe, so the Netherlands is seen as the gateway to Europe. International students studying here have many opportunities to study in the top educational environment, can travel to many different beautiful and famous countries throughout the EU: Belgium, France, Spain

The Netherlands has a relatively pleasant climate along with friendly, open-minded people. In addition to europe’s most developed economy, the Netherlands is also known for its education, quality research and ideal international learning environment.

According to statistics in the Netherlands there are more than 1,455 courses taught entirely in English for international students.

With over 76,000 international students studying, the Netherlands ranks among the countries with the largest number of international students studying in Europe. Some 38,000 students are from European countries, making the Netherlands the leading educational institution in Europe.

Higher education in the Netherlands is particularly focused, students receive great support from the government such as tuition fee reduction and the opportunity to receive scholarships up to 75% for students with outstanding achievements.

– Business administration

– Civil construction

– Medicine

– Sensing technology

– Agricultural science

– Arts & design, architecture

– The law.

– Management – urban planning

Employment and policy opportunities for international students after graduation
Not only does the Dutch education system provide high-quality training programs, but the Dutch believe that providing a good academic background is not enough, students studying in the Netherlands should be given both tools so that they can start their careers after graduation.

It’s no surprise to learn that the world’s leading hunters always rate graduates from the Netherlands as highly skilled and successful prospects. In the process of studying, researching and understanding the Netherlands, students also have more options in study and work.

After finishing university in the Netherlands, students will have many options. Students can stay and continue their studies, or move to another country. Otherwise, students can also find a job in the Netherlands.

If the student’s studies do not end early, the residence permit will remain valid until 3 months after the end of the program, or give the start date of the residence permit for Orientation Year.

Research universities will have tuition fees:
Regular undergraduate: €6,500-17,000/year (3-5 years)

Regular master’s degree: €7,325-28,800/year (1-2 years)

In research schools, your study time will last from 3-5 years.

University applications will have tuition fees:
Regular undergraduate: €7,325-18,200/year (2-4 years)

Regular master’s degree: €7,000-20,400/year (1-2 years)

Schengen visas are issued to Vietnamese students studying in the Netherlands for a maximum of three months. When students arrive in the Netherlands, the Dutch university will guide you through the one-year residency permit procedure. You will then renew your visa for the following years. The University will assist students in completing these procedures. Upon issuance of a residence permit, students have the right to travel throughout the EU without any procedures.

Types of Visas to study in the Netherlands

There are 2 types of visas to enter the Netherlands: short stay visa and MVV (Machtiging tot Voorlopig Verblijf) – English ATR (Authorization for Temporary Residence).

+ Short-term visa (C): valid for only 3 months. These visa applicants are allowed to travel freely within the Schengen Area and enter and leave the Netherlands several times within 3 months.

+ MVV (D): for people living in the Netherlands for more than 3 months, including international students. You can use this visa to enter the Netherlands once (single entry visa). After arriving in the Netherlands you must apply for a resident permit. ATR/MVV needs about 2 months to complete (If there is a NFP/Huygens scholarship this procedure will be faster) – usually WUR will apply for MVV for DHS.

+ D+C visa (combined visa): a favorable combination of both types of visas. Basically, this type of MVV but you will be able to travel freely in the Schegen area and enter and leave the Netherlands several times in the first 3 months, even if you do not have a resident permit.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x