UCEAP: Study Abroad in the Netherlands
10 Things to Know Before Studying Abroad in the Netherlands
the organization. He is also an active board member. Jesse learned to play Ultimate in 2008 while studying abroad in the Netherlands, instilling in him values of community and Spirit of the Game. He is a founding captain of Alchemy, a Bay Area mixed club team, and on the beach he can be frequently found donning a red cap on Team Zissou. In the real world, Jesse
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Ms. Iwai is a university student, with experience in student group activities, international conferences, and studying abroad in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands has many unique advantages as a study abroad destination. Here are ten reasons why you should consider studying abroad in The Netherlands.Studying abroad in the Netherlands doesn't have to be stressful. Research and preparation before you go will help you have a stress-free experience. Say yes to new things and explore your new country and its surrounding neighbors. You will learn a lot about yourself and how to live in a foreign country. Plus, it will leave you with some great memories.Socially progressive, densely-packed and laced with picturesque canals, is often called ‘the gateway to Europe.’ With 666,859 international students enrolled at Dutch universities in the 2011-2012 academic year, it’s hardly a surprise there’s such a clamour to study abroad there. Dutch student visa requirements vary more significantly than those of most other nations depending on your country of origin, but in all cases the process is quite straightforward once you know what’s required. Let our breakdown of the visa application process to study abroad in the Netherlands help get your planning process underway.Known for its sunny sidewalks, bicycle-toting populace and maze of canals, the unique culture and way of life in can be difficult for foreigners to discern. Whilst the nation consistently boasts excellent grades in international happiness and quality of life surveys, the Netherlands are unfortunately subject to a number of cultural stereotypes. Whether you’re planning on studying abroad in the Netherlands or are simply misinformed, let our breakdown of common cultural misconceptions about the Netherlands, its culture and people help clear things up.