The Netherlands was the first non-English speaking country to offer courses taught in English, and with 1,560 international study programs, the Times Higher Education Magazine ranked 10 universities in the Netherlands among the top 200 universities in the world. The Dutch teaching style focuses on teamwork, which makes it easy for international students in the Netherlands to meet other international students. Universities employ practical learning in addition to class room teachings. This designed to prepare students for the job market upon completion degree. The Netherlands has more than 65,000 international students.
Culled from INTERNATIONAL STUDENT website
WHY STUDY IN NETHERLANDS
• Variety of courses. Universities in Netherlands offer 200 programs in a variety of fields from trade, industry, social services to health care.
• University education in the Netherlands combines academic research and teaching
• Post study work opportunity. International graduates have the possibility to work in The Netherlands after they have finished their studies.
• International students have the opportunity to start their own businesses after graduation. They will not be required to get a work permit.