There are a number of reasons why Holland is a popular choice for those looking to study (and start a career) abroad.
Some of the best universities in the world are in Holland. Erasmus University Rotterdam is ranked 69th in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020).
The Dutch education system is well known and respected for its high quality. University-level education has existed here as far back as the 16th century.
Many degree programmes at Dutch universities are taught in English, meaning they attract students from all over the world.
Degree programmes in Holland are a fraction of the cost of those in North America and the rest of Europe.
Holland is a proudly multicultural nation, with a long history of immigration. You will find influences from all over the world here.
The International Study Centre prepares international students for degree-level study at top universities in Holland.
Find out more about the whole university experience and what it’s like to study abroad in Holland. Explore the education system, culture and career opportunities.
Studying abroad is a unique and highly rewarding experience that benefits your career, personal development and so much more.
A foundation course is a programme that will prepare you for an undergraduate degree at university.
Universities in Holland are world-renowned for interactive teaching and offer high-quality, affordable degrees in English.
Find out what it's like to live in Holland, from culture and customs to practical matters like banking, healthcare and travel.
Start your career in Holland with post-study work visas for international students, and universities linked to employers.
Prepare for university Holland with specialist programmes for international students.
Programmes at Holland International Study Centre offer direct progression to top universities in Holland.
What I like about studying in Holland is the fact that I can work here after graduation.
Pangeran from Indonesia
Studied International Foundation Year in Business and Management
Progressed to International Business at University of Groningen
95% of Dutch people speak English