Start your career in Holland

Posted 05 April 2017

Launch your successful international career from the International Study Centre in Holland. The Netherlands offers a warm welcome and fantastic job prospects to international students.

No need for a UKVI

As an international student, you don’t need a UKVI to study in Holland. You can also travel freely throughout Europe with the Schengen visa.

Post-study work visas

If you choose one of our Dutch partner universities, you can apply to stay and work in the country where you studied. This gives you access to fantastic opportunities with leading employers.

Graduate jobs in Holland

The Orientation Year for Graduates Seeking Employment allows you to spend up to one year looking for work in Holland. Once you’ve found a job, you can stay as long as you have that job.

‘What I like about studying in Holland is the fact that I can work here after graduation. It would be great to find a good job and gain international work experience so I can show back home how efficient the Dutch are.’

Pangeran from Indonesia
Studied the International Foundation Year in Business and Management
Progressed to the University of Groningen to study International Business

Thriving industries

Holland’s industries are growing fast. You’ll find key sectors offering great graduate employment opportunities. They include creative, chemicals, energy, high-tech systems, life sciences, logistics, and water.

You could begin your career with one of Holland’s large multinational companies, such as:

  • Philips
  • KLM
  • Shell
  • ING Bank
  • Unilever.

How will the International Study Centre help you get a job?

We recognise the need for you to feel ready for life beyond your academic studies. That’s why our CareerAhead service is now part of all our academic programmes at the Holland International Study Centre. It prepares you to become a confident, skilled and employable graduate.

Apply to the Holland International Study Centre today. Begin your journey to a successful international career.

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