Universities

Universities in The Netherlands

Leiden University 14,742 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
17 Courses
232 Courses
City
Established
Leiden
1575
Status
Type
Public
University
University of Amsterdam 12,329 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
12 Courses
47 Courses
City
Established
Amsterdam
1632
Status
Type
Public
University
Wageningen University & Research 10,012 Visitors
Graduate
33 Courses
City
Established
Wageningen
1918
Status
Type
Public
University
University of Groningen 8,957 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
36 Courses
94 Courses
City
Established
Groningen
1614
Status
Type
Public
University
University of Twente 7,809 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
16 Courses
36 Courses
City
Established
Enschede
1961
Status
Type
Public
University
Eindhoven University of Technology 7,313 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
15 Courses
32 Courses
City
Established
Eindhoven
1956
Status
Type
Public
University
Utrecht University 6,923 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
12 Courses
102 Courses
City
Established
Utrecht
1636
Status
Type
Public
University
Erasmus University Rotterdam 6,489 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
13 Courses
90 Courses
City
Established
Rotterdam
1913
Status
Type
Public
University
Maastricht University 5,971 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
9 Courses
10 Courses
City
Established
Maastricht
1976
Status
Type
Public
University
International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) 5,210 Visitors
Graduate
2 Courses
City
Established
The Hague
1952
Status
Type
Public
University
TIAS School for Business and Society 5,205 Visitors
Graduate
2 Courses
City
Established
Utrecht
1982
Status
Type
Private
University
Tilburg University 5,044 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
14 Courses
50 Courses
City
Established
Tilburg
1927
Status
Type
Public
University
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Welcome to the Netherlands!

The Netherlands gets its name from the fact that around a quarter of this small nation lies below sea level. The Netherlands is located in North Western Europe and is bordered by the North Sea to the north and west, Germany to the east and Belgium to the south. The capital of the country is Amsterdam, but The Hague is the seat of the King, Government and Parliament. Beyond its traditional associations (think windmills, tulips and clogs), it is one of the most developed and wealthy nations in the world, with a largely urban population. One of the most densely populated countries in Europe, it’s known for its tolerant and liberal ethos, and boasts a wealth of great student cities – none of which are more than a bicycle ride (the nation’s preferred mode of transport) away from some picturesque countryside.

Studying Abroad in The Netherlands

There may be any number of reasons to choose study abroad Netherlands programs for your study abroad experience…from art, culture, and history to outdoor recreation and opportunities to make new friends. Home to artists like Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and Vermeer, Netherlands could be an art student’s dream! And for history majors, the capital city of Amsterdam offers a moving snapshot of World War II history, including the Anne Frank museum. Choosing to study abroad in Netherlands could also be a chance to immerse yourself in a new culture. And you may also meet people from all over the world, since the Netherlands is a popular study-abroad destination for students from Germany, China, Belgium, Italy, and many other nations.

Study in the Netherlands

The education system in the Netherlands is known for its high quality in education and research, its international study environment and its competitive pricing. The Netherlands has the most English taught courses after the UK. The Netherlands is particularly popular with international students, and according to the latest statistics from UNESCO, it is a host country to nearly 60,000 foreign students each year – including almost 1,000 tertiary level students from India. The Netherlands is particularly popular with international students, and according to public higher education (DUO) 112,000 international students studied in Dutch higher education. The Netherlands has a very high standard of education and a total of 13 out of 14 research universities are featured in the Global Top 200 of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-2017, of which 8 among them are ranked in the global Top 100.

Scholarships in The Netherlands

When is the last time you ever think about country of Windmills and Tulips? As the first non-English speaking country which offer English-thought study program, you would definitely write it on your study destination list. In fact, not only Gouda Cheese and Stroop Waffel knocked out your head, the reputation of Dutch Universities also catches the eyes of the world. 10 out of 18 research universities in the Netherlands are in the top 200 world university ranking. Can’t speak Dutch?! No worries! Everyone speaks English and you could enrol in one of 2,100 study programs conducted in full-English.

Dutch government strongly focuses on the internationalisation of their education related. Therefore, support in financing international students to study in the Netherlands is one of their priorities. If you are Indonesian and currently searching about how to finance your study, Dutch government have specialised the relations between the Netherlands and Indonesia through education cooperation. Here is the specific information of scholarships opportunities to study in the Netherlands. More information about study in the Netherlands could be found on the official website of its national organisation for education, Nuffic Neso Indonesia.