STUDY IN TEH NETHERLANDS
Although The Netherlands is not a large country, it is one of Europe's most successful economies, with a high per capita income when compared with other countries. The pleasant climate and open countryside and strong sense of social stability make The Netherlands an ideal country in which to study.
WHY STUDY IN THE NETHERLANDS
In English - The Netherlands is a non-English speaking country on the European continent first began to teach in English, has opened more than 600 courses taught in English, Chinese students are accustomed to the use of English for professional have greater choice.
Teaching quality - the Dutch government attaches great importance to education, the total investment in education accounted for about 20 percent of the national budget, in order to remain a world leader Dutch education provides a strong economic base; Government of the Netherlands in the form of legislation to ensure teaching quality, the establishment of an independent committee of experts regularly universities and courses examination and evaluation, not up to standard school curriculum or can not get government subsidies, or even be canceled Habilitation; the excellent quality of teaching, Dutch higher education institutions diplomas awarded internationally recognized
The unique design of curriculum - curriculum is novel, and always with the latest trends in social development to keep pace; diversify teaching methods, and always to develop the ability to solve practical problems as the goal; the opportunity to learn more foreign languages during their studies; a chance to go to Europe during their studies sister schools in other countries to participate in inter-school exchange programs; internship opportunities during their studies.
High degree of internationalization - outstanding teachers from around the world and create a highly energetic student international learning and living environment. Some schools also regularly invited to the rich experience of multinational executives to school teaching. Some courses even joined the investigation to other countries and inter-school exchange programs arrangements.
Good locale - in addition to native English European countries, the Netherlands is the country with the highest penetration of English, about 95% of the Dutch speak English.
Study costs low - the same level of international courses tuition is generally lower than in other European countries and North American countries; although the Dutch standard of living is high, but because of its highly developed agriculture and animal husbandry, living expenses, but belong to the lowest in Europe.
Good employment prospects - Netherlands's recent economic situation in Europe has been one of the best country-wide unemployment rate is the lowest in Europe. The Netherlands has a large number of industry overseas, most of the hiring of local employees management, high-quality foreign graduates educated in the Netherlands provides more employment opportunities.
Scholarship - Conditions of qualified students have access to scholarships, tuition waivers. Specific information about the applicant shall scholarship school counseling.
Allowing students to job - the Dutch government regulations, students outside the European Union can legally work 10 hours per week, holidays can be full-time jobs. Students usually apply for a work permit by the employer.
Visa period is short, quasi-sign rate - the Netherlands and Education Foundation (CHEF) for qualified applicants to provide special visas quick way, visa period is short, quasi-sign rate
INFORMATION BRIEF STUDY IN THE NETHERLANDS
- Education expenses: about 100,000 -16 Million RMB / year
- Official Language: Dutch (95% English penetration of Europe's second)
Major cities: Rotterdam, The Hague, Amsterdam
- Educational Characteristics: world-class education level, sufficient opportunity to provide students with paid internships
- Popular specialties: logistics management, international financial management, international business, accounting majors
- Student visa: entry visa (MVV)
- School recommendation - we can according to your interests and future directions for employment recommended your school
- School visits - we arrange for you to Holland College field trips, participate in the Open Day organized by the University to make your school teaching and learning environment and living environment have a personal experience.
- Admission - according to your wishes, we can help you apply for simultaneously 1-3 different schools.
- Interview coaching - most universities in the admission after the approval of written material available through the Internet have to do, we can according to the focus of the interview counseling courses
- Early life guidance - we can help you arrange accommodation, and early life guidance Netherlands
DUTCH HIGHTER EUDUCATION SYSTEM
About Dutch Universities
There are two main kinds of universities in the Netherlands: research universities and universities of applied sciences (hogescholen in Dutch). Research universities offer more academically rigorous education that focuses on specific subjects. Universities of Applied Sciences offer profession-orientated programmes that are designed for students who are looking to enter a particular career upon graduation. In addition to the two main public university types, you can also find a limited number of private universities in the Netherlands. These typically specialise in particular areas such as hospitality and tourism or business and charge higher fees than other Dutch universities.
a. Research Universities
Undergraduate degrees at Research Universities typically take three years to complete and usually do not include work experience. There are 13 Research Universities in the Netherlands but some do not teach bachelor degrees in the English language. Currently, only the University of Groningen and Maastricht University offer courses in English in more than five subjects although most universities have plans to increase undergraduate education in English.
Some research universities offer most of their teaching in English at their University Colleges. Universities such as Utrecht, Leiden and Amsterdam, have established colleges which are separate from the parent university but still very much part of that institution from a recognition and reputation point of view. University Colleges offer a liberal-arts style of education which is very different from the British single-subject bachelors degree approach to undergraduate education and has more in common with elite, American colleges. Here students are expected to study a range of subjects before going on to specialise at a later stage. They are perfectly suited to you if you have a wide range of interests and do not wish to be constrained in your choice at this stage of your higher education. Some University Colleges will have an emphasis on a particular field, such as the social sciences or technology. For example, Academy of Technology, Liberal Arts & Sciences (ATLAS) at University of Twente may be perfectly suited for you if you are interested in the interface between technology and the humanities.
University Colleges are residential, meaning that students will be expected live together as part of an academic community for the three years of their study. Other universities offer Liberal Arts & Sciences as a degree programme without the residential element. Here you would study a similar curriculum but still be part of the wider student body. Examples of this kind of degree can be found at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Tilburg University and University of Groningen.
b. Universities of Applied Sciences
Undergraduate degrees at Universities of Applied Sciences typically take three or four years and will always include a work placement and usually a period of time studying abroad. It is possible therefore to spend up to 18 months of a four year degree in the UK but this is not recommended. There are 41 universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands although they vary in terms of their size and focus. Some are very small and specialise in a particular area such as agriculture, design or teacher training. These smaller, specialised universities may offer one or two courses in English in their area of expertise.The largest universities of applied sciences typically offer a range of courses in English.
Universities of Applied Sciences typically offer smaller class sizes than Research Universities (although not University Colleges). The style of education is more practical and there is a strong emphasis on group work and teaching skills necessary for the work place. The type of subjects you can study at Universities of Applied Sciences is very different to Research Universities. Some examples of the kind of degrees on offer are Life Sciences at HAN University of Applied Sciences, Process and Food Technology at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Hotel Management at Stenden University of Applied Sciences and International Game Design and Architecture at NHTV Breda. These degrees are highly practical in nature and you should be highly employable upon completion of such a degree.
Universities of Applied Sciences focus almost entirely on teaching although some have limited applied research activities. This means that they will never feature in global league tables of universities as these focus heavily on research outcomes. Universities of Applied Sciences may be the right choice for you if you are more concerned about improving your employment opportunities than continuing with your studies beyond undergraduate level.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT COURSE
It should be said, applied technology research universities and universities no gap between good and bad, are subject to the Dutch government supervises higher education institutions, issue the same bachelor's and master's degree. Difference between the two lies in the direction of culture and ways, will depend on your personality, more like the way what kind of further selection. If you are a social-type personality, outgoing, good interpersonal relationships, like speeches, like the hands making things, then go to university research may not be the best choice.
U class school class focusing on research, undergraduate courses rather than H and more. If you really pay attention to school fame, that you can graduate to U class graduate.
And in terms of looking for a job, you need to look professional and be, would have been a lot of students want to apply for U class but read to The Hague a year H H class university to know that is not so good mix, let alone a U, H class something very useful to teach the most important is the opportunity to exchange learning and practice, and this practice is very important, directly decide in the future if you can stay in this company, in addition to a lot of the teachers are also working employees, a lot of practical experience and work resources, many students are introduced through mentor work.
There is also a Dutch international educational institutions, commonly referred to as International Education Institute, mainly for foreign students enrollment, generally taught in English, mainly offer postgraduate courses, study for a period of two years. Require applicants to have a bachelor's degree or equivalent. Some international educational institutions and universities in the Netherlands, to provide opportunities for students to pursue a doctorate after obtaining a master's degree.