Here to support you
Despite these challenging times, we can still help you reach your goal of studying at university in the Netherlands. From visa application through to booking accommodation, you’ll be fully supported by our dedicated team every step of the way.
If you applied directly through us, your Student Enrolment Advisor can answer any questions you have about arriving on campus. Otherwise, you can contact us with any questions.
Your pre-arrival checklist
Before you arrive at Holland International Study Centre, you need to complete all the tasks in our pre-arrival checklist:
- Confirm your offer
After you have received an offer of a place to study at Holland International Study Centre, you must pay your deposit to confirm your place. Check fees and confirmation payment details.
- Arrange your visa
We’ll send you more information on the visa process after you confirm your place. Your chosen progression university will apply for your visa on your behalf, and this will be valid for the full duration of your studies in Holland.
- Book your accommodation
We’ll send you a link so you can book your room at The Student Hotel. Find out more about accommodation options.
- Book your travel to Holland
Make sure you arrive the weekend before term starts. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the nearest international airport and is less than 35 minutes away from the International Study Centre by train.
- Complete your pre-registration form
Let us know when you’ll be arriving and if you need us to arrange a taxi from the airport for you by completing your pre-registration form*.
- Organise insurance
It is essential you arrange insurance for your time studying in Holland.
*When you confirm your place, you’ll receive an email with a link to the Welcome Hub and your user name and password to access the pre-registration form. If you have issues accessing the pre-registration form, contact HollandISC.CSS@studygroup.com for your log-in details.
Please note: Government guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is regularly changing and therefore we will continue to review and adapt the measures that we’re putting in place to safeguard our staff and students. Students should continue to check government health and travel advice regularly before making any plans to travel. We will continue to communicate with you in the event of any changes.