Introduction to Dutch Universities
The access criteria vary and are related to the academic performance of the candidate student in relation to the University and the field of study.
- Alternative Cases of Position Assurance are given through:
- High school certificate (Bacccelaureate)
For the Graduate Program of Study it is perhaps the most basic access tool with the analytical score. Universities define the introductory courses and rating based on the Course they provide.
- Preparatory Course
If the baccalaureate grades are not accepted for the program of your choice, they require a little extra preparation.
The University of your choice gives you the Letter of Offer with the terms of acceptance and upon the successful completion of the specific Program, this letter is automatically converted into an admission letter of the University.
Usually 2 to 4 courses are required depending on the student’s case in combination with the University.
- The IB Diploma Program or International Graduate Certificate.
The 2-year curriculum for students of the last two grades of Lyceum is accepted, which prepares them effectively for their admission to the Universities.
The International Baccalaureate is equivalent and equivalent to the Greek high school leaving certificate.
Accommodation in Netherlands
- Unfortunately, not all universities have student residences for their students.
- The most common way is to rent an apartment or a room.
- The cost of renting an apartment ranges from € 300 up to € 600 per month.
- The total cost of living and living is usually between € 800 and € 1,200.
- The 3 Cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht are the most expensive in the Netherlands.
- The Dutch government grants scholarships to students regardless of their country of origin, for more relevant information www.duo.nl/particulieren/international-student/default.asp and www.studyinholland.nl/scholarships/grantfinder