Living in the Netherlands

Experience has shown that students living and studying in Apeldoorn spend approximately €800 a month, however in Amsterdam this can be up to €1,000 a month. This amount is needed to cover daily expenses, meals, accommodation costs, insurance, study books etc. This estimate does not include tuition fees and unforeseen costs, and should be used as a general indication of the costs of living. How much money you will actually need depends on your life style. The costs for housing, for example, may differ considerably. Also, if you plan to travel during your stay, you will obviously need more money.

Holland's Tolerant Drug Policy is no Free Pass

Just because the Dutch government is tolerant on soft drugs like cannabis, does not mean you get a free pass!

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Netherlands a Top Study Choice

Which European countries are the best choices for international students wanting to study full-time degrees abroad? The Netherlands makes the Top 5.

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Cost of Living for students in the Netherlands

A Very Reasonable Cost of Living

The cost of living in Apeldoorn in the Netherlands is approximately 800 - 900 Euro per month according to the reputable institute cost of Living

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Changes to income requirements for international students and workers in the Netherlands

s00001 Fri, 16/01/2015 - 14:38
The economy in the Netherlands is doing better

Study in Holland | Study in the Netherlands- thanks in part to a global upswing in sectors such as ICT and hospitality services

s00001 Wed, 25/06/2014 - 21:16
Nuffic’s new webapp called Pathfinder – a ‘study in holland’ web application for international students!

s00001 Wed, 12/03/2014 - 21:51
Will Dutch education minister Jet Bussemaker's planned cost cutting in international education support affect Wittenborg University?

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s00001 Sun, 02/06/2013 - 21:58
International Students see an Intercultural Environment as a Safe Place to Study

International Students see an intercultural Environment as a Safe Place to Study

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