Why to study in Netherlands?

Last updated: Jun 5, 2021

Availability of English-taught programs:

The Netherlands has the largest range of English Language  programs in Europe. Almost every university has an English version of any programs taught in Dutch.  Lecturers are usually bilingual and can interact with English-speaking students. In addition, more than 70% of the  Dutch population speak English, the thing which makes the international students feel home. 


Well-taught and quality programs for cheap:

Compared to other European countries, the costs of studying in Netherland is very low. For example, on average, the tuition fee in the Netherlands amounts to about € 2.000 – for students from the EU and less than € 7.000 for non-EU students (excluding feeding and accommodation costs), while the tuition fee in America is between $26,000 and $50,000 per year.



Netherlands is a very open-minded and  a welcoming country to diverse backgrounds. It is full of international students. The international students who study in the Netherlands come from 190 different countries. The Dutch are open-minded and quite direct, making it easy to make contact with Dutch people and exchange ideas. This makes international students feel welcome in the Netherlands.


Leader in technical courses:

The Netherlands is ranked 17 as one of the largest economies in the world. In addition, the Netherlands is a world leader in fields such as water management, agriculture, finance, banking, logistics and sustainable energy and  art & design. International students can learn more about these disciplines in the Netherlands than in any other country.



Nwanazia, C. (2018). https://dutchreview.com/expat/education/why-you-should-study-in-the-netherlands



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