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Supporting capacity development in higher education in Dutch partner countries.
Institutional strengthening of post-secondary education and training capacity.
Fellowships for short courses, masters and PhDs. Funds for tailor-made training and alumni activities.
Nuffic Neso Indonesia manages the StuNed Scholarship Programme.
In a series of short documentaries, Nuffic shows the results of the NPT, NFP and NICHE capacity development programmes for developing countries that are financed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The programmes use the knowledge and skills of Dutch knowledge institutions. Capacity building in the picture.
The Netherlands has a binary higher education system.
Nuffic has set up offices around the world under the Neso programme.
Read about Nuffic's branding activities for Dutch higher education.
You can use 'WilWeg' to help students who want to go abroad on a gap year, to study or to do a work placement. WilWeg aims to make students enthusiastic about spending some time abroad.
Raise your international profile through institutional cooperation.
Nuffic provides education market information to Dutch higher education institutions.
Consult dossiers on seven important themes in international higher education.
Measure the influence of internationalisation on quality.
Nuffic has a wide range of training courses for higher education institutions and international organisations.
How many international students are there in the Netherlands? And how many Dutch are studying abroad?
The objective of the JDAZ project is to produce a reference guide on joint degrees/joint degree programmes.
The Nuffic Glossary is a list with explanations of terms used in Dutch higher education.
Nuffic provides descriptions and evaluations of diplomas.
Information on professional recognition in the EU, Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland.
Country modules offer general information about the education system of a specific country.
Grantfinder is a fast and easy-to-use scholarship search engine.
Erasmus Mundus is a European Commission programme. The aim of the programme is to enhance the quality of European higher education, to promote it worldwide and to stimulate cooperation with countries outside the EU.
Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport and runs from 2014 to 2020. Among other things, Erasmus+ aims to promote international student mobility by offering scholarships for study and traineeships.
Short course scholarships for professionals.
Programme aimed at reducing the shortage of skilled labour.
Scholarships for top Brazilian students.
The Libertas Support Fund closed for new applications with effect from March 2011.
Scholarship funding study or research in Holland for excellent Chinese students. It was formerly known as the China Programme.
The Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme was first launched in China in 2008 and now also runs in Brazil, Indonesia, Korea, Mexico and Russia. The programme is a collection of scholarships offered by Dutch higher education institutions, multinationals and government institutes. The scholarships are managed and promoted by the Nuffic Neso offices in the participating countries.
StuNed (Studeren in Nederland) is a scholarship programme that is an integral part of the bilateral cooperation between the governments of the Netherlands and Indonesia. The main objectives of StuNed are to strengthen the human resources in Indonesian organisations and the bilateral relations between the Netherlands and Indonesia at the same time.
The Tempus programme enables universities in a number of countries in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Western Balkans and the Mediterranean region to establish partnerships in the European Union that help them restructure their higher education systems.
The Van Gogh Programma is a bilateral programme financed by France and the Netherlands. As of 2014 the programme is managed by Nuffic. The programme promotes exchanges between researchers within specific research projects and annually supports around 150 researchers from France and the Netherlands.
The Huygens Scholarship Programme closed for new applications on 1 January 2012.