Why Study in Holland ?

Tuition Fee € 6000(Rs 4.5 Lakhs)/year
Living Cost € 800 (Rs 60,000)/month
Part Time Work 20 Hours/Week

    Post Study Work Options:

    There are two main paths that recent graduate can follow in order to update their student visa and to be allowed to work without requiring a work permit. These are as follows:

    1. Search year Towards the end of your Bachelor’s or Master’s study at Dutch higher educational institution accredited by NVAO, you can apply for a search year. will allow you to stay in The Netherlands and search for a job for up to one year from the date of your graduation. During this time, any job you find will not require your employer to apply for a work permit.
    2. Highly educated migrant If you’ve graduated from a Dutch university with a Master’s degree programme registered in the CROHO (the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes) or PhD degree, you may be able to apply to stay and work in the country as a highly skilled migrant.
  • More than 2,100 English-taught study programs and courses are available in the Netherlands.
  • More than 112,000 students from 157 countries came to study in Holland in 2016
  • Low Tuition fee
  • 95% of locals speak English. Making living, studying, and working in the Netherlands very convenient, comfortable and pleasant for international students
  • More than 4 Dutch universities placed among 100 best universities of the world


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