Study in the Netherlands – Discover the opportunity to study in a Nordic countryby Prem Kumar Digital Marketing Specialist
People who seek higher education study abroad program must include Netherlands in their searching options as it is the best destination for educational tourism. Be it the quality of education, welcoming Netherlanders, Tourist attractions, and weekend trips to heritage sites, nightlife, or a genuine career opportunity (Internships/scholarships/jobs), the country is a mix of almost everything that a student would require from a study abroad program. The only annoyance is its weather, which is very unpredictable, sometimes its sunshine in the middle of the day and gloomy rain in the afternoon. But after a couple of weeks, you will get used to it.
There are no restrictions for international students if they wish to join curriculum activities, be involved in a project, do your individual research, or just try something completely different from your study program, like Salsa courses. You will find Netherland locals are immensely welcoming, and if you just learn and try their local language ‘Dutch’ on them, they will respond with a big smile. Dutch is a challenging language not because it’s tough to learn but it is tough to practice. Dutch People are so well-fluent in English that they don’t give foreigners a chance to speak Dutch. Study in Netherland to find your dream job after the post-graduation.
Check out an astounding array of World-class Universities to Study in Netherlands
When considering your options for Study Abroad Program for higher education in Netherland, people will definitely think of future career opportunities but you will be amazed to know Netherland and its neighboring countries like Germany, Belgium and France offer a decent opportunity to excel in career prosperity. Basically, no one can guarantee a job but with a 4% employment rate, the probability of landing a job is pretty high.
Also, Netherlands is home to four World-class universities that are ranked in top 100 universities in the world according to the QS World University Ranking 2017-2018 with TU Delft securing the top position of 54, University of Amsterdam being on the spot of 62 and Laden University is next at 75, followed by Utrecht University at the ranks of 85 and Finally Erasmus University Rotterdam at the position of 99. They are well-funded and split into two categories of universities wherein 41 Universities are designated to Applied Science, and 14 Universities are dedicated to research purpose. Mechanical Engineering at TU Delft is ranked at 18 and UN Happiness index ranks the Netherlands at 6. Study in Netherlands is a value for money options for international students.
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