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Our guide on education in the Netherlands takes you through schooling in the Netherlands up until higher education and university level.
A guide to the Dutch higher education system which includes universities of applied sciences (hogescholen) and universities (universiteit) in the Netherlands.
The major Dutch cities have plenty of language schools to help you learn Dutch. Additionally, there are online options and Dutch language packages to study at home.
A new building, an extra kindergarten class & the birth of the ISUtrecht Artburst are just a few of the exciting developments at International School Utrecht. [Contributed by the International School Utrecht]
May Sau, a graduate of Nyenrode, talks about her experiences and lessons learnt during her study programme. [Contributed by Nyenrode]
When learning Dutch, there are certain traps to identify so you can avoid feeling negative about your Dutch learning process. [Contributed by Talencoach]
In just three years student numbers at ISB have more than quadrupled, now representing over 40 nationalities. [Contributed by International School Breda]
Language training expert Wendy van Dalen explains the impact of immersion on both children and adults for learning a second language.
Rynette de Villiers takes over as the new head of International School Utrecht. [Contributed by ISUtrecht]
Expatica's up-to-date guide to international schools in the Netherlands.
More secondary school students are joining the International School Utrecht as the school expands into the Middle Years Programme. [Contributed by International School Utrecht]
The European School of Mol in Antwerp fosters a multicultural education, with all students being taught in both their mother-tongue and a foreign language. [Contributed by The European School of Mol]
Get the essentials on education in the Netherlands, from primary and secondary schooling, through higher education to teaching in the Netherlands with foreign credentials.
If you're thinking of studying in the Netherlands, the University of Amsterdam was founded in 1632 as the Athenaeum Illustre, which taught philosophy and trade.
If you're looking to study a degree in the Netherlands, Erasmus University has been in operation since 1913 as the Netherlands School of Commerce.