Netherlands Study in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is a very popular place to study in Europe, with 25,000 Germans currently studying here alone. And not without reason. Above all, the international orientation of the education system scores points with many students. Numerous courses are offered entirely in English, some even in German. The aspect of experience abroad through semesters at a partner university or internships abroad is also an integral part of the Dutch university system. Admission restrictions are rare in the Netherlands, here everyone gets a chance! In worldwide rankings, almost all of the Dutch state universities are in the top 200, which means that all degrees from here are recognized worldwide. Studying in this international university landscape doesn't just mean learning and slogging away! The country in northwestern Europe has an incredible charm to offer. In addition to the idyllic coastal region with picturesque dunes, numerous bicycle tours and beautiful tulip fields, there is above all a lot of interesting architecture to marvel at. “Welkom in nederland”, here it is guaranteed not boring!

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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is a leading European research university with 25,000 students and 2,500 academic staff. Approximately 15% of the student body is made up of international students. The university is host to nine different faculties on one centralized campus and offers more than a thousand English-taught courses in fields of study ranging from Humanities to Law to Medicine. With more than 50 Bachelor's degree programmes and over 100 Master's degree programmes, the university offers a wide range of study options. All Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes at VU Amsterdam are accredited (officially recognised) by the Accreditation Organization of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). No other country matches the Dutch percentage of universities in the top 200.