A total of nine universities in the Netherlands appear in the Global University Employability Ranking 2022, designed by the HR consultancy Emerging and published exclusively by Times Higher Education. The ranking reveals the universities that recruiters at top companies think are best at preparing students for the workplace.
Top 5 universities in the Netherlands
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Finding accommodation that is safe, close to campus and affordable is a concern for all students. For international students, an added difficulty is that they often cannot see the accommodation in advance. And, unfortunately, there are those who try to take advantage of this and create accommodation scams.
I grew up wanting to explore the world. I knew that if I travelled, I would meet people with different cultures and languages. I would see what connects us all as human beings.
As an anthropology student, I believe our values and beliefs are best developed by seeing the world and experiencing new things. This attitude led me to travel out of China and into Europe.
International education focuses on the application and practice of knowledge, the development of critical thinking and the enhancement of soft skills, which is what I wanted.
Why Europe? Why the University of Amsterdam?
I always knew I wanted to live abroad. During my junior year, I studied in Sydney, Australia and completely fell in love with it.
With a range of world-leading universities to choose from, lots of courses taught in English and a comparatively low cost of studying, it’s easy to see why so many international students want to study abroad in the Netherlands.
If you’re planning on studying abroad in the Netherlands, one of the most important things to consider is how you will fund your studies. Luckily, the Netherlands has a range of scholarship opportunities that could help you fund part or all of your studies.
Studying abroad in the Netherlands is becoming increasingly popular among international students and it’s easy to see why.
There is an array of world-leading universities to choose from, lots of courses are taught in English and the cost of studying in the Netherlands as an international student tends to be lower than in the US and UK.