Studying in a Dutch university means having a wide range of English-taught possibilities while centrally located in Europe.
Dutch universities are known for its high-quality teaching and exigence and the international students feel welcomed thanks to the teaching system which promotes teamwork and every opinion is valuable. Universities in the Netherlands are divided by area and can be Research universities, Universities of Applied Sciences, Institutes for International Education and University Colleges.
Students starting their undergraduate studies in the Netherlands often choose to progress there to their postgraduate studies.
The Netherlands is a popular destination for masters, especially if in a researching area. Masters often have the duration of 2 years, but some can be completed in 1 year only.
Dutch universities give the amazing possibility to students to attend to Preparation Courses in order to give them the extra educational skills and knowledge they need before getting into their master’s degree. The most popular preparation courses will be the pre-MBA, pre-Law and pre-Medicine programs.
The most usual nominations for Dutch master are the Master of Science (MSc), Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Laws (LLM) and master of Business Administration (MBA).