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I’ve just added a couple of links in the Links Database referring to websites with lists of Masters in the Netherlands.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your question 🙂
Well, first of all you will probably want to check out http://www.studyin.nl/ as they have a lot of information about different masters. But if that does not work, or is not sufficient enough, you can try going through our Links Database for each University (section Universities) and contact them directly. They can tell where you can go, or forward your message to the right person which then will get back to you. This may take a few days though, so be prepared to be patient 🙂 Look for International Student Offices of each Univeristy, or sections calles “Studie Advies” as they often know precisely what is being offered on each university.
In your contact with them (like your initial letter), be as specific as possible what you are looking for (including the level and kind of subjects you are looking for). And maybe already tell them your previous degrees (by international standard/name).
I hope this helps you. If you need more info, please let me know by replying to this post.
I’ve just added a few links to the Links Database of websites containing job-offers, of which I especially recommend you to check out the Monsterboard link! You will also find a link to a Dutch website for finding internships.
Hope you will find this useful. More job-related links to added in the near future.January 31, 2005 at 1:55 am in reply to: how can i prepare to study in rotterdam erasumus unerversity #584
Thank you for using internationalstudents.nl to sell your laptop 🙂
Enjoy the Chinese New Year !January 31, 2005 at 1:53 am in reply to: how can i prepare to study in rotterdam erasumus unerversity #583
Are you coming to study in Groningen in the coming semester (starting somewhere around this time)? Then you may want to sign up for the introduction week of WINGS-ESN. This introduction week will take place from 4 February to 7 February. In this programme, they will introduce you to the different kinds of social and cultural aspects of Groningen: Pub crawls, ice skating, workshops and a big party are some of the many activities!
More info on:
(the rest of their site can be found on http://www.wings-esn.nl/)
I urge members of other ESN-student unions, who read this post, to also quickly submit the details of their introduction week to this forum (unless I have done so already of course 🙂
I am Dutch 🙂
And you’re welcome 🙂
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 24, 2005 at 1:42 pm in reply to: how can i prepare to study in rotterdam erasumus unerversity #581
There probably is, however I assume you are looking for this in the Netherlands?
Could you provide more background information about what you are precisely searching?January 19, 2005 at 2:54 pm in reply to: how can i prepare to study in rotterdam erasumus unerversity #579
I just wanted to tell you about TEIMUN:
The European International Model United Nations (TEIMUN) at http://www.teimun.nl, is an annual United Nations simulation conference for university students across the globe. It is held in The Hague http://www.thehague.nl/, the Netherlands. TEIMUN gives you the opportunity to experience the working and decision-making process of the United Nations through role-playing in one of the organs simulated, helping participants to gain a multicultural view of world affairs and to develop public speaking and debating experiences.
TEIMUN will take place at the beginning of July/end of June. Stay tuned to their website, as more information will become available soon!
BTW you will be able to find me at TEIMUN 2005 😉 Hope to see you there as well!
You might want to check out http://www.agbs.nl/mif/ as this is referenced on the English website of the University of Amsterdam as the Master program for International Finance.
I do not know the quality of the course, however the reputation of the University of Amsterdam is quite okay. You can ask specific details or questions you may have about the course at the website I mentioned. You can get their emailaddress there 🙂
Hope this helps!January 17, 2005 at 11:50 pm in reply to: how can i prepare to study in rotterdam erasumus unerversity #578
I’ve just added 14 links to the Links Database of the homepages of the main universities in the Netherlands. I will add some more links to alternative universities soon, as well as links to the universities of professional education.
Hope this helps 🙂
Well, I am pleased to hear that you want to come to the Netherlands. The easiest way might be by going through your local university. As you might be eligable for study grants and they can take care off a part of the paperwork for you. However, going to academic channels may limit your options in which universities you can choose. Because most universities have at most only ties with one or two universities in each foreigen country. And I do not know if your prefered course is being teached on the university in the Netherlands with which you local the university has ties. You might want to check this out at your local university.
Of course it might be possible that you want to do a master or bachelor and/or do not want to or can not go through academic channels or your local university. Well, in that case I would recommend you to check out this website: http://www.studyin.nl/ as they offer all kind of information about study grants and enrolment in different universities.
I hope this helps you to find your way towards the Netherlands. Please let me know how things turn out 🙂