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Thứ Hai, 23 tháng 10, 2017

International sudents issues

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It portrays a situation much more contrasted and probably less apocalyptic. First of all, while there are 34,000 European university students studying in the Netherlands in 2010, there were also 18,900 Dutch university students studying abroad.
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Foreign students: the Netherlands presents the bill to Germany

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The Dutch government asks Germany to pay for its students studying in the Netherlands. There are 24,000 in the universities of the Netherlands and their number is increasing by 14% per year.
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Scholarships: Up to 100% tuition fee, low cost, simple VISA

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Study abroad is a hot trend because of affordable tuition, high scholarships, simple procedures, visa policy is beneficial for international students.
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Admission requirements to study in the Netherlands

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Little known to French students, the Netherlands offers a very diversified choice of courses. Although the Dutch language represents a real obstacle for some, the country is very open to foreign cultures and languages, including English and German. There are even more than 1,500 programs in English. Studying in the Netherlands can only be a wise choice!
In general, the Dutch higher education system is reputed to be very good. The country adopts a binary system, consisting of Professional Schools (hogescholen) (offering a degree comparable to a degree) and universities. These institutions are subject to European standards, that is to say to the Bologna agreement, offering Bachelor's degree (3 years), Master (1 to 2 years) and PhD (4 years).
Major schools and institutions
The Netherlands has 41 professional colleges and 18 universities offering numerous programs. The majority of these universities are in the "Top 500 Universities" (on a global scale). If you plan to study in the Netherlands, here are the 5 most important universities to focus on:
University of Amsterdam
Leiden University
Leiden University
Utrecht University
Delft University of Technology
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Exit the entrance exams! To study in the Netherlands, you only need to have a general baccalaureate and follow the steps of admission step by step.
Before worrying about entry formalities in the Netherlands, you must first concentrate on the formalities of entry to universities. The first thing to do is to register on the portal of the chosen university or on the portal, and to send the requested documents to the school.
Be careful, this step is crucial! Make sure that all required documents have been attached to your file. Also, ask your future institution whether or not to translate the requested documents into English.
It should be noted that students wishing to enter a course in English must have a prior language score TOEFL (+/- 550) or IELTS (+/- 6).
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Conditions of admission and registration in the Netherlands

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To be admitted to higher education in the Netherlands, you must go directly to the institution of your choice (see the list attached) but the application must also be sent to the National Office. 
'Registration of students. 
All registrations in the Netherlands in higher education are made on the websites of the selected institutions. If the student wishes to communicate with the institute, it is possible to contact a university advisor responsible for recruiting foreign students. Communication is usually by email rather than telephone. Admission requirements are set at the institute level: - You must hold a secondary school diploma at the appropriate level, and recognized as equivalent to the diploma awarded to Dutch students: - In certain disciplines, the profile of your baccalaureate must be correspond to the discipline of your choice (eg economic bac for the sectors "economy, management etc.). The equivalence of the Moroccan diploma: After sending the file to the university of his choice, the equivalence of the Moroccan diploma will have to be made in the Netherlands, generally, at the expense of the university in question. It is also possible to obtain an equivalence before registration by contacting this organization: In this case, the equivalency fees are the responsibility of the student. • 
Some popular disciplines are subject to a numerus clausus. In addition, certain programs of studies - the arts in particular - are the subject of special conditions (competition, selection, presentation of previous work) of admission fixed by the institutions themselves. Institution Admissions Offices may provide applicants with details of admissions procedures. 
Registration fee: 
Registration fees can vary greatly between different educational institutes: about 5000 euros for a one-year Bachelor's degree at an "HBO" up to 9,000 euros for some specialized university masters. 
Program prices in English are available on the website: 
The registration certificate is only issued once the tuition fees have been paid. Visa requirements Moroccan students need an authorization called "Machtiging tot Voorlopig Verblijf" (MVV), to obtain a residence permit for studies in the Netherlands. The teaching institute of your registration is responsible for starting the visa application procedure from the Netherlands. There is currently an accelerated procedure for students. Nevertheless, it is advisable to inquire as soon as possible about the necessary documents to provide. For the list of documents to provide for a temporary residence permit (MVV), consult the website of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Immigration Service www.ind. nl • Please note: This authorization is the only official paper that entitles you to obtain a residence permit. Once in the Netherlands, the student must go to the Aliens Service of the local police station within three days to apply for a Verblijfsvergunning residence permit.
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Why choose the Netherlands to furrther your education?

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The Netherlands is considered by students, especially Europeans, as a welcoming and sufficiently equipped destination in terms of education. The universities, the procedures, the student life and the budget necessary to settle on the spot, here is all you need to know to succeed in your studies in the Netherlands.
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Chủ Nhật, 22 tháng 10, 2017

Eindhoven University of Technology

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Eindhoven University of Technology (TU / e) is a research university specializing in engineering science and technology. 
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Master Degrees in the Netherlands 2017/2018 (Part 2)

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Tuition, length of program and academic year
The tuition fee for an EU student is around € 1,800 to € 12,000 a year, depending on the type of program and the school. Rates for non-European students are around € 8,000 to € 20,000 per year. Although the curricula of all Dutch masters offer excellent value, the Dutch are particularly known for their expertise in renewable energies, management of the water, and Art & Design.
A master-driven research program requires 60-120 credit hours, which takes 1-2 years to complete. Engineering, agriculture, mathematics and science all require 120 credit-hour / 2-year programs. Research degrees are awarded either as a Master of Science or a Master of Arts.
Applied arts and science degrees also require 60-120 credit hours, depending on the academic discipline. The degree awarded is specific to the academic specialty, such as a master's degree in architecture.
A credit hour usually takes 28 hours to complete, and the school year is 42 weeks. A full-time student usually ends with 60 credit hours in a school year. The academic year normally consists of two semesters, with the autumn semester running from September to January or February and the current spring semester run from February to June.
Visa requirements and work permits
EU students do not need a visa, but must be registered with the Dutch immigration authorities (IND) by their host institution and inform their local council. Students from non-EU countries must have a residence permit that is valid for 12 months and can be extended. The host institution must apply for this permit after the student arrives.
Health Insurance
All foreign students must have some sort of health insurance, which can be provided by their home country. However, anyone who becomes an employee in the Netherlands should register for the Dutch public health insurance. Work permits are not necessary for students from EU countries, but are necessary for other international students.
Top universities in the Netherlands are very competitive, so future students should check the admission requirements early to make sure they are eligible. English language programs require students from countries where English is not native to demonstrate proficiency through the TOEFL or other accredited English test.
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Master Degrees in the Netherlands 2017/2018 (Part 1)

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Higher Education
The Netherlands offers Bachelor, Master and PhD. Diplomas are offered in two major categories:
1. Programs focused on research in research universities. Research universities are institutions with general programs and those specializing in fields such as engineering and agriculture.
2. Professional higher education programs at Applied Sciences Universities. Universities offering applied science programs prepare students to work in certain professions, such as the arts or quality education.
All master's programs require a license degree upon admission. A bachelor's degree from a research-based program is required for admission to a research-oriented program at the master's level, but applicants with a bachelor's degree in an applied science program may be admitted they fulfill the additional conditions.
Why study in the Netherlands?
Studying in the Netherlands brings exceptional value through a combination of low tuition, leading universities, and a multicultural lifestyle that encompasses international students. In 2012, Dutch universities held 12 of the top 200 positions in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Although Dutch-speaking students prefer to enroll in a program taught in Dutch, many programs in the Netherlands are taught in English. Foreign students are welcome and represent about 13 percent of students in the country. In addition, some institutions offer programs designed specifically for international students. Any Dutch institution that recruits international students must adhere to a code of conduct that covers the counseling and selection of these students.The most popular degree programs for international students are in economics, engineering, science social and languages.
Opportunities for higher education
Once graduated, students receive a degree that indicates their degree as well as a description of the degree program so that potential employers in the country of origin of the foreign student can understand the degree. In addition, all foreign students can stay in the Netherlands until one year after graduation to seek employment. There are no restrictions on job opportunities during this year. Graduates are also encouraged to apply for doctoral programs or research positions.
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What are the tuition fees for higher education in Holland?

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Fees for universities in the Netherlands
The Netherlands has a policy of social openness for higher education, so the fees charged are relatively low for a European country, although they increase every year.
European students enjoy the same tuition fees as Dutch students, but young people who do not have European nationality pay much more for their education!
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Doing a master's degree in the Netherlands: Studying in the Netherlands after a license

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Studying in the Netherlands after a license to do a Master is a great opportunity for international mobility for French students even without having learned Dutch. Indeed, several Master programs are fully offered in English.
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Thứ Bảy, 21 tháng 10, 2017

The steps to apply for a university in the Netherlands:

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Two solutions are available to those wishing to send their application to higher education institutions in the Netherlands, each depending on the system set up by the institution.
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Finance your studies in the Netherlands

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The cost of living in Amsterdam is relatively lower than in Paris, and in other European capitals. However, you should expect to spend a significant portion of your income on housing. The monthly average for student accommodation varies from 250 to 400 euros. Plan a minimum budget of 700 euros per month, this may vary depending on the city in which you live, and leisure you have.
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Local scholarships for foreign students

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The fact that a degree from a university in the Netherlands is internationally recognized is not the only reason why this magnificent country is a popular place for students from all over the world. The Netherlands also has a wide variety of scholarships available for international studies, combined with extremely low tuition. All in all, this makes the Netherlands an ideal place to study without breaking the bank. Universities are one of the most common places where scholarships are given through. In addition, scholarships like Netherlands Stock Exchange, Talent for the Governance Scholarship and Amsterdam Scholarship are available to foreign students. In addition, Chinese students are open to apply for the bilateral Sino-Dutch exchange for excellence and scholarships for Indonesian students.
In collaboration with sixty other countries, the Netherlands Scholarship Program is among the largest government bases for scholarships in the Netherlands. Its funding comes from Dutch ministries of foreign affairs, and it is run by the organization that deals with the international involvement of higher education in the Netherlands. The Netherlands Scholarship Program sees thousands of applications on an annual basis. However, only a small number of students in the Netherlands is able to obtain this scholarship. Universities in the Netherlands are also very important contributors to the stock market pool. Many offer scholarships from the ranks and others come from talents or other achievements. This includes private and public universities in the Netherlands. It is important to note that scholarships offered in general from universities do not cover the full costs of tuition fees and also, may not account for living or other expenses.
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Obtaining your own college scholarships

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If from your first year of university or position on the way to a master's or doctorate, the Netherlands count a multitude of scholarships offered. This large number of scholarships is exceptionally necessary because of the high number of international and international students pursuing their higher education in the Netherlands.

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The University System In The Netherlands (Part 2)

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Organization of studies 
a) Types of training
At the university, there are only training courses following the LMD reform that took place in September 2002. The first degree opening to professional life is obtained after three years of study and corresponds to the Bachelor's degree. "Professional" education, strictly speaking, is provided in the hogescholen whose first cycle lasts four years. The first year is a propaedeutic.
     The bachelor-master reform that took place 5 years ago led to important changes in the general organization of studies in the Netherlands. The first cycle lasts three years and the master one or two years. The pursuit of university studies consists in obtaining a doctorate (only in universities, this diploma does not exist in hogescholen). This new organization of studies has replaced the old structure 1-4 or 1-5 (doctoral-doctoral) in universities. Dutch titles like meester (mr.), Doctorandus (drs.) And engineer (ir., Ing.) Still exist, alongside international titles of bachelor and master. A student can choose himself between the international title and his Dutch counterpart.
     A rapprochement between universities and hogescholen has taken place, and some institutions have even joined forces to shape their new agreement. Universities introduce courses alternately (university / business) and therefore engage in the direction of professionalization (duaal courses).

a) The different research organizations
Research in the public sector is supervised by two bodies: the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research (OC & W, Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschappen) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs (EZ, Economische Zaken). The Minister of Education, Culture and Science coordinates the research policy and sets the broad lines, but each minister is responsible for research in the specific area that falls within his remit.
 Public research is essentially structured around universities and non-university organizations. Among them :
- The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) is the central body that coordinates research policy in the Netherlands. Its purpose is to redistribute the funding it receives from various ministries (mainly the Ministry of the Economy and the Ministry of Education) to the various research institutes under its supervision. Its 15 research institutes represent a total of 4955 people, 60% of whom are in universities, 34.7% in institutes (2001 figures). Its total budget amounts to 388 million euros (2001).
- The research institutes of the Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW) have 6 institutes in the humanities and social sciences and 6 institutes in life sciences, for a 2001 staff of 1187 and a 2001 budget of 83, 7million euros. Academic staff represent just 40% of the total staff.
- The 23 institutes affiliated to the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) employ 5,100 people.
- The 12 institutes of the Agricultural Research Service (former DLO) of the Ministry of Agriculture which merged with the University of Agricultural Sciences of Wageningen (WUR).
- The 5 major technological centers (GTI): NLR (aeronautics and space), ECN (energy), WL Delft Hydraulics, GD Delft Geotechnics and MARIN.
    Since 2003, in order to promote the transfer of knowledge to industry, the Dutch government has set up innovation platforms (Innovatie platform) to promote cooperation between companies and research groups. These innovation centers (SYNTENS) are organized in a network (18 centers spread over the territory) provide advice to SMEs and put them in touch with the technological institutes.
b) Financing
Domestic expenditure on research and development (GERD) represents 1.78% of the country's GDP for 2007 (provisional figure INSEE).
     Funding is 36.2% provided by the State. Most of it is financed by the private sector.
     Research institutes, which are usually part of a university, are funded either directly by the public authorities or indirectly through funds made available by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences (KNAW) or the Dutch scientific research (NWO). They can also apply for funding from the private sector, either through teaching or research contracts.
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The University System In The Netherlands (Part 1)

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Institutional Framework of Universities 
a) General framework
There are two types of higher education institutions in the Netherlands: universities and hogescholen providing applied science education, more professionally oriented. There are altogether 14 universities and 45 hogescholen.
b) Legal framework: how does the law organize universities?
The Law on Higher Education and Research (WHW) entered into force on 1 August 1993. It has profoundly changed the relationship between higher education institutions and the state. Previous legislation provided for an extensive planning and regulatory role for the government. The 1993 law gave universities greater autonomy in shaping their respective policies (they manage their internal organization and the recruitment of teaching staff). The state is only there to set a general framework and carry out ex-post controls. Universities are therefore free to decide, among other things, on the allocation of their budget (consisting mainly of public funds and tuition fees) and their curricula. The higher education system, however, remains essentially under the supervision of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. Every two years, a plan for higher education and research is established (hoger onderwijs en onderzoek plan, HOOP) which is relayed by local administrations. The system is thus entirely decentralized.

Access to universities 
a) Conditions of admission to the University
Access to university requires a degree obtained after four years of study in secondary education, the vwo. Success in the first year of a hogescholen qualifies for registration at the university. Some students with diplomas certifying success in vocational secondary schools may also enroll in the university according to specific criteria and in certain streams only. Students 21 years of age or older who do not have the necessary qualifications may take an entrance examination called colloquium doctum.
The only limitation to this "open" system is a numerus clausus which concerns registration only in certain disciplines. In general, admission is free in Dutch universities.
b) Registration and tuition fees
Students pay a registration fee of € 1496 for the year 2006. This amount is set by law and is adjusted each year according to changes in household income. Students aged 30 or over pay different registration fees, calculated on other criteria and set by each institution. However, important changes have occurred: we mention them below.
c) Student aid
Since the 2000 Law (WSF) every student enrolled in a higher education institution receives assistance (The amount of the latter depends on the type of institution attended by the student and the distance from the parents' place of life, its amount ranges from 74 euros to 228 euros per month). This is actually a loan that is converted into a non-refundable scholarship only if the student achieves at least 50% of his exams. This assistance can be supplemented by an additional scholarship calculated according to the parental income (its amount is about 237 euros). In addition, there is a borrowing system capped at 253 euros per month, fully repayable, with an interest rate of 3.34% in 2004. Since 1995, loans can be granted to anyone who applies for them. whatever the income of his parents. Significant changes will be made in the fall of 2007. From this date, each student will receive assistance, corresponding to the registration fee for the duration of studies he intends to conduct. This assistance will be paid at the beginning of the studies. This reform, which is inspired by what is already being done in Denmark, aims to limit the work of students and to promote studies without repetition. In addition to this new support, students will retain other scholarships and loan facilities they already enjoy. In addition to student status, there are other benefits, including the free use of public transport throughout the country during the week, and reductions of between 40% and 50%. the weekend.

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Top 8 Universities in the Netherlands (Part 2)

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5. University of Leiden
Founded in 1575, Leiden University is the oldest university in the Netherlands. It ranks the world's 77th best university in the 2016 World University Rankings of the Times Higher Education Supplement. It is also the 5th best university in the Netherlands.
It welcomes 24,000 students each year in 7 faculties and 50 departments. Its alumni include 10 leaders or prime ministers in the Netherlands, 9 foreign leaders and 16 Nobel laureates.

6. University of Groningen
Founded in 1614, the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen is a public research university located in Groningen. It ranks the world's 80th best university in the 2016 World University Rankings of the Times Higher Education Supplement. It is also the 6th best university in the Netherlands.
It welcomes more than 30,000 students each year in 10 faculties, 9 schools and 27 research centers. There are 2 Nobel laureates in his alumni. It has also been voted favorite university of students in the Netherlands many times in recent years.

7. University of Utrecht
Founded in 1636, Universiteit Utrecht is a public research university located in Utrecht. It ranks the 86th best university in the world in the 2016 World University Rankings of the Times Higher Education Supplement. It is also the 7th best university in the Netherlands.
It welcomes more than 30,000 students each year in seven faculties. His alumni include 12 Nobel laureates and 13 Spinoza Prize winners.

8. University of Maastricht
Founded in 1976, Universiteit Maastricht is a public university located in Maastricht. It ranks the world's 94th best university in the 2016 World University Rankings of the Times Higher Education Supplement. It is also the 8th best university in the Netherlands.
Every year, it welcomes more than 16,000 students, of whom 47% are international. Most programs are taught in English only.
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Top 8 Universities in the Netherlands (Part 1)

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Top 8 Universities in the Netherlands 

Are you moving to the Netherlands and want to enroll you or your children in higher education? Do not worry, you will find many universities among the best in the world in Holland. Discover here our ranking of the 8 best universities in the country.
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Opening a student bank account in the Netherlands

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Opening a student bank account in the Netherlands 

The Netherlands has some of the largest banks in the world, and therefore mainly international banks. You will therefore have no difficulty in withdrawing money on the spot with your French bank account.
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Student accommodation in the Netherlands

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Student accommodation in the Netherlands 
Student accommodation in the NetherlandsIt is difficult to find quality student accommodation during your studies in the Netherlands, the fault of an offer well below the demand. Every year, many Dutch students find it difficult to find a place to live near their school. Fortunately, international students can benefit from reserved places in university residences, but still in short supply.
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The "Burgerservicenummer (BSN)" for international students

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The "Burgerservicenummer (BSN)" for international students
The BSN for international students in the NetherlandsThe BSN or BurgerServiceNummer ID number, which can be simply translated as "citizen service number", is a unique number assigned to you when you register for the first time with local authorities.
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The universities dedicated to research in the Netherlands

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The universities dedicated to research in the Netherlands
There are 18 universities for research and theoretical training in the Netherlands. 13 universities offering training covering all areas of training, 4 specialized only in engineering, 1 in agriculture and one last considered as "Open University".
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The functioning and progress of higher education courses in the Netherlands

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The functioning and progress of higher education courses in the Netherlands
The functioning of training courses in the Netherlands
The Netherlands is one of the most internationally open countries in the world. Here, 95% of the population speaks English. The mastery of foreign languages ​​has been imbued in their culture for several centuries, the country has always been focused on trade and international trade.
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