If you are a non-EU citizen and wish to study at a Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, you will need a provisional residence permit (MVV) and a residence permit (VVR) to study in the Netherlands. What are the conditions for this residence permit? And how does the application procedure work?
These procedures and conditions also apply to exchange students.
Source: Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst (IND)
There are certain conditions that apply to all students. In addition, however, you and your educational institution have to meet the following conditions:
- Having been (provisionally) accepted by a university or university of applied sciences as a student to a full-time accredited day programme. This university or university of applied sciences is a recognised sponsor. Recognised educational institutions are listed in the Public Register of Recognised Sponsors.
- Having sufficient independent long-term funds. There are various ways to show this.
- Obtaining at least 50% of the required credits for each academic year. This is called study progress monitoring.
Other conditions may apply for Turkish nationals and their family members.