Education
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Swedish work culture

The 5 biggest differences between Dutch and Swedish work culture

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There’s not that much distance between Sweden and the Netherlands, but there is a big difference in the way these two countries do business.

Florencius International School

A new philosophy at an international school in Amsterdam

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Moving around the world with your children and attending international schools is a very exciting experience. Finding the right international school, however, can be quite daunting.

Can you forget a language: AISR

How to help children retain their native languages

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Losing the ability to speak the language of your native country can be a fear for any expat parent that moves abroad, especially when children are young.

University of Groningen: admission

University of Groningen: Admission, ranking and cost of living

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Discover more about the University of Groningen, the second oldest university in the Netherlands: this guide explains Groningen University's ranking, the admission process and the cost of living.

Berlitz

5 tips to learn to speak English with confidence

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My name is Mario, and I’ve been a sales and marketing manager at Berlitz for the past six years. At this point, I have no problem speaking and writing in English with clients and colleagues, but years ago, it was a struggle I thought I would never overcome. [Contributed by Berlitz]

Learning Dutch made easy

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Are you struggling to learn Dutch? Stop thinking of language levels, learn grammar and vocabulary and start speaking with the help of TalenCoach. [Contributed by Talencoach / Dutch Flow Now]

What's new 2016: Dutch education with a bilingual tongue

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The Dutch government continues to pride itself on 'choice' in education: from considering Trampoline schools to, more importantly, boosting bilingual and international education in the Netherlands.

Study abroad

Study abroad: Options for expats

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Why study abroad? We take a look at the many schools, universities, educational programmes and courses suited to expats looking to study abroad.

Study abroad

Study abroad: University application process for expats

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If you plan to study while living abroad, learn what makes expats strong candidates for college admission, college scholarships and university grants.

Study abroad, international MBAs

Is an international MBA the right degree for you?

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Students from around the world come to Europe to study international MBAs. But what are the benefits and potential drawbacks of studying an MBA abroad?

Expat children and Dutch as second language

Expat children and Dutch as second language

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Language training expert Wendy van Dalen explains the impact of immersion on both children and adults for learning a second language.

Universities in Amsterdam

University of Amsterdam: Facts & figures

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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.

Universities in the Netherlands

Erasmus University: Facts & figures

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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.

Universities in the Netherlands

Utrecht university: Facts & figures

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Study in the Netherlands at Utrecht University, which traces back to the 7th century when the monk Willibrord of Utrecht established a seminary for future priests and local nobility.

Universities in the Netherlands

Leiden University: Facts & figures

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Study in the Netherlands at the oldest Dutch university. Leiden University was founded in 1575 by the Prince of Orange, William the Silent.



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