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The Netherlands, or Holland: one of the most popular countries in Europe for international students. No wonder, with some of the world’s finest universities, a modern approach to education and a welcoming environment.

International Students:-

You can also expect a large community of international students: More than 112,000 students from around the world. Around 16% of all students come from abroad – one of the highest ratios anywhere in Europe.

Types of Universities:-

As in other European countries, universities in Holland are commonly classified as either “research universities”, offering more research-oriented academic programmes, or “universities of applied sciences”, offering more practice-oriented study programmes.

Tuition Fees:-

The tuition fees for non-EU students vary from school to school and from programme to programme. Bachelor’s programmes typically cost between 6,000 and 15,000 euros per year; Master’s programmes in Holland usually cost between 8,000 and 20,000 euros per year.

  • An international and multicultural environment.
  • Affordable study costs.
  • Innovative teaching methods.
  • Affordable living expenses.
  • A wide range of degrees taught in English.
  • Excellent opportunities for travel.
  • Internationally recognized degrees.

Working while studying in the Netherlands

Many students choose to work while pursuing their education in the Netherlands. Depending on their nationality, students may work for up to sixteen hours a week with a work permit from their employer. An MVV alone is not enough to work in the Netherlands. Any potential employers must apply for a work permit on your behalf.

International students get paid around 6 to 10 EUR per hour for part-time work during their studies. International students need a work permit even for a part-time job, which allows them to work for 10 hours per week. The average salary for students in big cities like Amsterdam is around EUR 12,000 per year.

In a Glimpse



Min. Wage

Euro 6-10

Work Hours

16 per week


Around 2000




After 5 years


Universities We Represent

  • Radboud University
  • University of Twente, Enschede
  • Tilburg University
  • Fontys University
  • Maastricht School of Management
  • Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences
  • Hotelschool the Hague
  • TIO University of Applied Sciences
  • Global School for Entrepreneurship, Haarlem Campus
  • Global School for Entrepreneurship, Amsterdam Campus

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1500+ Programs

We have the highest number of educational programs in Nepal, so there is something for everyone.



Students Visa VS Residence Permit:-

First things first: you will NOT need a student visa or a residence permit if you’re from the EU/EEA or several other countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, South Korea, the US, and the Vatican City).

But what happens if you’re an international student from a different country? It depends on the length of your stay/studies:

  • a short stay visa or a Schengen visa is required if you plan to study in the Netherlands for 90 days or less.
  • an entry visa (MVV) and a residence permit (VVR) are required if you plan to study in the Netherlands for more than 90 days. Just like the short stay visa, the MVV is only valid for 90 days and should be followed by the application for a VVR.

Required application documents:

  • Completed visa application form
  • Valid passport
  • Two photographs
  • Birth certificate
  • Academic transcripts
  • Official letter from the academic institution in the Netherlands
  • Complete study plan – explain why you are interested in studying the chosen subject area and how and why it is related to your prior studies
  • Financial proof for the entire period of study (around 870 EUR/month)
  • Travel and health insurance
  • Visa application fee (174 EUR)
  • Photocopies of all the original documents
  • Tuberculosis test (required for citizens from some countries)
  • Photocopies of all the original documents
  • Biometric information

Entry Requirements:-

Given that your degree is recognized in the Netherlands, you may need:

  • A residence permit if you are not an EU / EEA or Swiss citizen.
  • Sufficient mastery of English: TOEFL (minimum 550 paper-based, 213 computer-based), IELTS (minimum average of 6),  GMAT or GRE.
  • A minimum average of 60-65% in your latest academic degree
  • To be accepted by the university you have applied to. Institutions may reject your application or ask you to take some admission tests if they believe you are not fully qualified.