Non-EU Students

Higher fees and Fewer Scholarships for Non-EU Students at Public Uni's

Fewer scholarships and higher fees are what non-EU students planning to study at public universities in the Netherlands face, should new cabinet proposals to deal with the influx of international students come into force. Whether this will also apply to private institutions like Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, that are not publicly funded, is unclear.

Non-EU Students Can Now Work 16 Hours

Non-EU student life in the Netherlands has become a little easier the past few weeks due to a host of changes in legislation - the latest being that the hours they are allowed to work have been increased from 10 to 16.

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