Studying in the Netherlands as an international student

Submitted by grace.mccabe on Tue, 03/28/2023 - 09:45

Imagine walking along the canals in the Netherlands, the water shimmering in the sunlight and purple and yellow flowers blooming around you. There’s a windmill in the distance and the smell of something sweet in the air. You almost forget that you’ve slept for only three hours on the plane, that you have two suitcases bumping along behind you and that, with your spotty signal, you’re pretty sure Google Maps has lost you.

International perspective: a Spanish student in the Netherlands

Submitted by grace.mccabe on Mon, 03/20/2023 - 09:35

Choosing to study international business administration (IBA) at Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University in the Netherlands was one of the best decisions I ever made. 

The Netherlands is a friendly country that is tailored to international students, so don’t be afraid to start your international adventure here. You don’t even need to speak Dutch because many of the degrees are in English, and that is a big advantage.  

International perspective: an American student in Spain

Submitted by grace.mccabe on Fri, 03/17/2023 - 09:14

I am writing this blog on 23 January 2023, which marks 12 months since I boarded my flight to Madrid to begin my year studying abroad. I was doing a year overseas with my home university, the University of Texas at Austin. I remember my energy and eagerness. It feels surreal thinking back to how 2022 started when now feels like the typical start to another year.  

International perspective: an American student in the Czech Republic

Submitted by grace.mccabe on Mon, 01/30/2023 - 12:18

As a pre-law student studying at the University of Texas at Austin, I was lucky to have the opportunity to study abroad in Prague in the Czech Republic during the fall semester of 2022.  I studied at Charles University, one of the biggest universities in the country.  

I chose the university because the course selection lined up with what I was studying in Austin. A lot of my classes synced up with the sort of content I was learning back at home and I found both educational experiences meshed together well.  

What is the Erasmus+ scheme?

Submitted by grace.mccabe on Tue, 09/06/2022 - 14:01

If you live in the European Union (or one of a few other countries outside the EU), you may be able to take part in the Erasmus exchange programme, which is designed for university students in the EU and partner countries to study abroad. Here we look at what the Erasmus+ programme can offer, explain how to apply to it and hear directly from a student who took part in Erasmus.

Video: tips from current students on studying in Europe 

Submitted by grace.mccabe on Wed, 06/08/2022 - 15:31

When choosing where to study abroad, hearing from current students is one of the best ways to get a feel for what a university or country is like. Here, students from a range of universities in Europe share some of their top tips and the biggest challenges they faced when studying abroad. 

University life in: India

Submitted by seeta.bhardwa@… on Tue, 08/07/2018 - 11:37

India, with its rich history and diverse cultures, is a unique country in the midst of an ongoing cultural and ideological evolution. With the second highest population on Earth and the second highest number of educational institutions, this South Asian powerhouse is becoming more attractive to international students looking to explore the world.

Moving to a new country comes with a list of concerns and requires a long period of preparation, so here’s our guide on getting the most out of studying in India.