NETHERLAND STUDY VISA
The Netherlands is a good destination for studying abroad for international students. Classes here teach students to analyze and solve problems. Universities offer more than 1.5K study programmes and short courses here.
The country offers more than 400 courses & study programs called the International Education in English, attracting over 4,200 participants annually. This program is aimed at postgraduate students or those who have previous professional experience. These courses are offered in English language & are practice oriented. Most of these courses result in a degree.
Courses that include agricultural sciences, medical science, civil engineering, astronomy, and management studies etc,.
ACCOMMODATION AND LIVING COSTS OF THE STUDENT
Accommodation costs are low as compared to other European countries. While choosing to study here each and every student must consider living costs such as food, transportation, and social activities. Approximately 870 Euros per month.
WORKING WITH A RESIDENCE PERMIT
International students with a residence permit can work while studying. Students may work for 25 hours in a week during the program and full-time basis during annual breaks.
REQUIREMENTS OF STUDY VISA
You will need a Provisional Residence Permit – an entry visa for both long-term and short-term study courses.
If you are staying in the country for 3 months or more, apart from your Provisional Residence you need to apply for a residence permit . This is like a student visa that allows you to stay for the duration of your course. It can be extended on the basis of requirement for an additional 3 months.
WORKING WHILE STUDY
If they have a work permit Students from these non-EU countries can work during their course. International students can work up to 10 hours/ week during the course and full-time during their vacations.
HOW CAN PHOENIXGRS HELP YOU?
● Provide guidance on documentation required
● Advice on the fund statements
● Helps filling the application forms
● Help in reviewing your documents