The Netherlands, Germany, Malaysia are among the countries with the most supportive policies when it comes to International Higher Educ
Dutch Higher Education
The Netherlands might be 9 times smaller than Germany, but it punches way above its weight in Europe’s international education arena, as just highlighted by the Times Higher Educa
If you are looking for an international education, come to Holland!
After two years of heated political debate, Dutch universities might finally be able to offer full degree programmes abroad.
When the Dutch go to vote on Wednesday, 15 March
With international students making up 89% of its student body, is Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences the most international institute of higher education in the Netherlands?
International students who continue to work in the Netherlands after graduation contribute €1.57 billion annually to the Dutch treasury.
Almost half of the doctoral students who work at universities in the Netherlands are international, a study released by the Association for Dutch Universities (VSNU) has shown.
At Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, the coordinator of its School of Business, Dr Rauf Abdul, and the coordinator of its School for Hospitality, Esther Gitonga, both fall into this category, as does Wittenborg tutor and lecturer George Bosire.
The official opening of Saxion University of Applied Sciences’ brand new location in Apeldoorn this week marks the culmination of a long process to create a hub for higher education in the city which started with the successful establishment of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences in 2010.
The Netherlands is the third most educated country in the world, according to the World Economic Forum, which ranked countries as part of its Global Competitiveness Report recently.