January 25, 2005 at 12:07 am #607
i am interested in studying in holland, i’ve heard that master’s degree may be obtained without tuition.. but i have problems with fiding information about it!!! I am interested in courses in English of course and related to English, teaching it, culture, or something like that.. if anyone can supply me with some information i will be most grateful
ps. I am from Poland, if it matters hereJanuary 25, 2005 at 12:34 am #608
Well, I am studying at the University of Groningen and here it is a very good possibility to study English through the Erasmus/Socrates program of the EU. Through this program you should be able to study in the Netherlands without paying any tuition fees. Otherwise contact each university with your request (send it to their International Offices or English departments) for more info and check with your university in Poland what the requirements are to study abroad.
You can find a list of universities in the Links Database, on this website. Just look for the Faculties of Arts at each university to find more information about, if available, their English-studies.
If you are currently not studying at a university or you want to follow a master program on your own (without academic support from your home-university) then you will most likely have to pay tuition fees, like every other Dutch student.
I hope this helps.January 25, 2005 at 1:53 am #609
ah, so it’s student exchange, thank you for the information and have a nice day 🙂 and, if i may ask, what country are you from?January 25, 2005 at 3:29 am #610
I am Dutch 🙂
And you’re welcome 🙂February 3, 2005 at 12:57 am #611
I’ve just added a couple of links to the Links Database, referring to websites containing lists of available Master Programmes (and some Bachelor Programmes) in the Netherlands.March 17, 2005 at 5:03 pm #612
On April 6th, a large group of students will try to beat the worldrecord of the numbers of people in a pillowfight. The current record is 2773 persons in Dodgeville (US).
The aim is to have at least 3000 students/persons engaged in a pillowfight for at least one minute.
Where: Grote Markt in Groningen
When: April 6th 2005
Time: 17.00h (don’t be late :))
Pillows: The pillows will be there already, however you may bring your own but then it must be at least 50 by 60 centimeters.
Hope to see you there 🙂April 7, 2005 at 1:14 pm #613
The pillowfight was a success 🙂 more than 3000 people fighted 🙂September 20, 2005 at 2:57 pm #614
[size=4:3d72b61f90] Saturday 5 November 2005 is the[b:3d72b61f90] [color=DarkRed:3d72b61f90]Day of the International Student [/color:3d72b61f90] [/b:3d72b61f90] (DIS 2005), a special event to thank international students for choosing to come and study in the Netherlands. The admittance is free 😀 . For more information and for registration please visit our website.
See you on 5 November!![/size:3d72b61f90]November 15, 2005 at 11:33 am #615
HI! I am a Hungarian student, and won an ERASMUS scholarship to the Breda University from February, 2006. The fact is I will not receive enough money to live from, what can i do now? Is there any possibility to receive money from dutch funds?
gyongyosimOctober 16, 2006 at 8:16 pm #48
I’m thinking about studying Electrical Engineering, i would like to get information about universities, courses and syllabuses.
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