Radio Netherlands Worldwide

SSO Login

More login possibilities:

Close
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • Twitter
  • Google
  • LinkedIn
Home
Friday 31 October  
Photo: Dick Gillissen

Studying in Holland

Want to study in the Netherlands? Here's RNW's Top 10 Dutch Universities for International Students series of articles and videos.

Article: Wageningen University: Facts & Figures

Wageningen University and Research Centre (also known as Wageningen UR or WUR) is a collaboration between Wageningen University, the Van Hall Larenstein School of Higher Professional Education and the former agricultural research...

Article: Leiden University: Facts & Figures

Leiden University is the oldest university in the Netherlands. It was founded in 1575 by William the Silent, Prince of Orange.

Article: Utrecht University: Facts & Figures

Though Utrecht University (formerly Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht) is now one of the largest in Europe, when it was founded in 1636, there were only seven professors and four departments: philosophy, theology, medicine and law. Only a few...

Article: University of Amsterdam: Facts & Figures

Founded in 1632 as the Athenaeum Illustre, the University of Amsterdam is the third-oldest in the Netherlands. Commonly known as the UvA, it’s one of Europe's largest research universities and is the largest university in the...

Article: University of Groningen: Meet Manxi Cao

Coming to the Netherlands to study? Check out our Top 10 Dutch Universities for International Students series of articles and videos. Manxi Cao, 22 Double degree program in business economics Listen to the original interview here:  [...

Article: University of Groningen: Facts & Figures

Coming to the Netherlands to study? Check out our Top 10 Dutch Universities for International Students series of articles and videos. UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN

Article: Studying in the Netherlands more popular than ever

The Netherlands is a popular destination for foreign students. Within five years their number has doubled, thanks to the appeal of the country’s high standards and practical approach to higher education. The rain and the pangs of...

Article: Erasmus University: Facts & Figures

Erasmus University began in 1913 as the Netherlands School of Commerce. In 1939 it was renamed as the Netherlands School of Economics. Meanwhile, the separate Foundation for Higher Clinical Education was working towards a full academic...

Article: Mega university to put Netherlands on academic map

A mega-university could dramatically improve the Netherlands' reputation in academic circles... and rumour has it that Holland is about to get one. Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam are planning to cooperate more closely and are even considering...

Article: Foreign students promote Dutch education

Foreign students are enthusiastic about Dutch education. “It’s a different way of teaching, more interactive,” says Jack Huang from Taiwan. He is one of the 200 graduates from 36 countries attending the Holland Alumni...