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StudyintheNetherlands

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From Google Image


Overview:


The Netherlands gets its name from the fact that around a quarter of this small northwestern European nation lies below sea level. Beyond its traditional associations (think windmills, tulips and clogs), it is one of the most developed and wealthy nations in the world, with a largely urban population. One of the most densely populated countries in Europe, it’s known for its tolerant and liberal ethos (Do not lose yourself you know what I mean), and boasts a wealth of great student cities – none of which are more than a bicycle ride (the nation’s preferred mode of transport) away from some picturesque countryside.


Beautiful scene in Arnhem | Taken by PoisonSlipper


As a non-English speaking country, You could say Netherlands is one of the top non-English speaking countries where you can study abroad, get quality education and find loads of degrees taught in English.

The Netherlands is a world leader in many areas of expertise, including agriculture, water management, art & design, logistics and sustainable energy. Dutch universities are well-known for their high qualities of education, although not ranked high in overall world list, different from other countries, each of them stands out for one or two fields instead of centralize all resources to establish a comprehensive university.


Can’t speak Dutch? 90% of Dutch people learned English since childhood so don’t be surprised if you ran into a cashier who speaks much more fluently than you.


If you are intended to working and immigrating to EU countries, the Netherlands would be a good choice given the reason that it is not difficult to apply for a permanent residency after having temporary resident permit for five years consecutively.




 Top universities in the Netherlands:


Universiteit van Amsterdam | From Google Image


1.Delft university of technology : QS50


With a focus on engineering disciplines, computer science, mathematics, applied sciences, and policy and management in technology.

Water Resource: ARWU 1st

Transportation Science & Technology: 

ARWU 1st

Architecture: QS 3rd


2.University of Amsterdam : QS64


It teaches undergraduate and graduate programs across a broad spectrum of subjects, with a large selection of English-taught master’s degrees.

Communication & Media Studies: QS 1st

Social Science: CWTS 8th


3.Eindhoven university of technology : QS102


Ranked as third among European research universities. Received a famous reputation worldwide.

Polymer Technology: CWUR 7th


4.University of Groningen : QS114


The University provides high quality education and research in a broad range of disciplines, focusing on three key elements: Energy, Healthy Ageing and Sustainable Society.

Ornithology: CWUR 1st


5.Leiden university : QS118


As the oldest university in the Netherlands, you can make a valuable contribution to tackling the various national and international challenges facing modern society. Especially suitable for students focusing on history.

Classic & Ancient history: QS 6th

Archaeology: QS 8th


6.Wageningen university & research : QS125


Voted as number 1 university in the Netherlands fifteen years in a row

Wageningen University & Research is the best University in the Netherlands and one of the leading international universities in the field of healthy food and living environment.

Agriculture & Forestry: QS 1st

Environmental science: CWUR  1st

Food science & Technology: ARWU 1st



Broad subject areas QS ranking:

1.Art and humanities

University of Amsterdam

29

Leiden university

32

Delft university of technology

98

Utrecht university

113

university of Groningen

138

Radbond university nijmegen

184

Vrije universiteit Amsterdam

191

2.Engineering and technology

Delft university of technology

15

Eindhoven university of technology

68

University of Twente

143

University of Amsterdam

183

3.Life science and medicine

University of Amsterdam

33

Utrecht university

42

Erasmus university Rotterdam

54

Wageningen university & research

58

Leiden university

70

University of Groningen

73

Maastricht university

102

Radbond university

106

Vrije   universiteit Amsterdam

154

4.Nature science

Delft university of technology

62

University of Amsterdam

96

Utrecht university

99

Eindhoven university of technology

165

Wageningen university & research

170

Leiden university

171

5.Social science

Univeristy of Amsterdam

35

Erasmus university Rotterdam

46

Tilburg university

92

Leiden university

109

Utrecht university

116

University of Groningen

142

Vrije university Amsterdam

153

Maastricht university

157

Delft university of technology

183


Municipality | Taken by PoisonSlipper



Application:

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General Requrements
Regarding language and GPA.

First, you have to contact the international office of the university you are interested in to check whether your degree (obtained in your homeland) is recognized in the Netherlands. Given that your degree is recognized in the Netherlands, you may need:


Sufficient mastery of English: TOEFL (minimum 550 paper based, 213 computer based), IELTS (minimum average of 6)

A good command of Dutch if you are after a study program in Dutch. Most universities may also offer you courses in Dutch as a second language so you can prove that you have sufficient mastery of the language.

Required average scores vary depending on university and major. Also, note that for some programs, the number of applicants is much higher than that of available places - in this case, a selection procedure takes place.


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How to apply
Through what way can I ...

In Studielink you can arrange your (re-)enrolment at institutions of higher education in the Netherlands. You will not have a Digid before you get your BSN number, so for a student in China, you need to create an account without a Digid. Submit your enrolment application in ‘Study Program’ and pay in ‘Payment’. It would be very easy and clear on studielink.


You will need:

1. Certificates of bachelor degree

2. Prove of Academics

3. Prove of your degree

4. CV in English

5. 2-3 Recommendation letters(申請碩士)

6. Application form

7. Copy of your language certification

8. Copy of your passport

9. Two of your selfie



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three

Fees and funding
How much does it cost to study in the Netherlands?


Tuition fees vary depending on whether or not you are from a country within the EU. As a Chinese student, you can expect to pay between €6,000 and €15,000 for a bachelor’s degree, and between €8,000 and €20,000 for a master’s degree per year.


Average prices for various costs of living:

Accommodation: €300-600 a month

(you can apply for a rent subsidy if you meet the requirements below.)


You have a signed rental agreement with your landlord.

You live in a self-sufficient home with bedroom, bathroom and kitchen.

You are registered at the same address.

You are at least 18 years old. (some rooms require at least 23 years old to apply)

You have a valid residence permit.

From January 1, 2020, there are no more income limits. How high your income is allowed to be depends on your rent, your age and the composition of your household.

You don't have too much capital (savings, shares, investments).

You can't claim if your rent is too high:

Age

Rent per month*

18 -   22, no kids

Max €   432,51

18 -   22, kids

Max €   737,14

23+

Max €   737,14


Dinner in a typical student restaurant: €4-10

(many Chinese restaurants offer a lunch deal for around 4-5.)

One-way ticket on public transport: €2

 (you can subscribe different packages depending on your own needs with your OV chipcard.)

Cinema ticket: €11.50

Cup of tea or coffee: €2

(Dutch people are crazy fans of coffee, you will always run into a café and have a nice cup. Attention! Think twice when you see a ‘coffee shop’ which offers you cannabis products instead of real-coffee.)


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Visa and travelling
Documents required and things to notice.


Chinese students may need to apply for a provisional residence permit, known as an MVV (Machtiging tot Voorlopig Verblijf). The Nuffic website has the relevant information. Your host institution will probably make the actual application for you, but you will need to supply all the necessary documents, which must be in Dutch, English, French or German, or officially translated into one of these languages. As well as basic documentation showing you’re actually enrolled on a course, you will need to prove you have around €900 a month to support yourself.


You will need:(Not all of them are necessary. But it is way better if you have prepared properly.

1. Birth certification

2. Notarized not married and not criminalized

3. NESO  nesochina.org/

4. Proof of mortgage or funds

5. Copy of your passport

6. Selfies


Chinese students enrolling on English language courses must also apply for the Nuffic Certificate, which can be done online through the Nuffic Certificate Online Application System, in order to get their MVV.

You will need to apply for a residence permit. Your institution will apply for this on your behalf, which should occur within five days of your arrival in the country. Your permit will be valid depending on your enrollment in the university.

You should also register with your local municipality as soon as you arrive in the Netherlands.

Purchasing health insurance is mandatory. Usually your insurance is included in your tuition fees.

If you want to work while you study, you will need to apply for a work permit, which will allow you to work for 16 hours a week during term time, and full-time during holidays. Your employer will apply for this.

      

Visa during Covid-19 : Since Thursday 19 March 2020, European borders have been closed to people from countries outside Europe. This applies until 15 June 2020. Europe means: EU countries, Schengen countries and the United Kingdom. The travel restriction does not apply to everyone. For example, you can travel if you have a valid mvv or residence permit. It is not possible now to travel to the Netherlands as a Chinese new student, further policies to be seen.


After you have finished your visa, it is recommended you to apply for a certificate of health examination for international traveler. (國際健康旅行證明). (not necessary but would be great during this pandemic.)



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Scholarship
I need money.


Scholarship for Chinese students are mainly:

scholarships from government, Orange tulip scholarship, Sino-Dutch scholarship


There are not many projects for Chinese students, and the number of offers are very limited. If you really need the funding, I suggest always keep an eye on the information.





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