By sharing the same message and linking our activities, we co-create a stronger Study in Holland brand to attract diverse, well-informed and qualitative students to study in Holland.
Study in Holland has broad experience with international marketing, online and social media promotion and student mobility. In our role as facilitator and connector we share best practices with the institutions and act as a sparring partner to institutions with international mobility questions.
How can we help?
You can use Study in Holland materials for your own promotional activities.
Nuffic Neso can support institutions and partners with promotional activities in their home countries. Contact a Neso office for more information or email email@example.com.
Study in Holland website
This website offers general information and practical advice to potential students. It features blogs by the Student Ambassadors about their experiences and a checklist to help students with their planning.
Studyfinder lists English-taught study programmes in the Netherlands. It shows bachelor and master programmes, short courses and summer school courses. Institutions can submit and maintain this information themselves, using the Studiekeuze web form or Hodex.
This tool helps students to prepare their stay, but also helps them to prepare for an internship or job in the Netherlands. It can be easily embedded on websites in the look and feel of the institution and is already featured by many of them.
All scholarships we know of are featured in the Grantfinder. This tool allows students to find a scholarship that fits their situation. Let us know about your scholarships if they are not featured using the contact form.
We and the Nuffic Nesos take part in many education fairs worldwide to promote Dutch higher education.
Do you plan to take part in a fair with a Study in Holland booth? We can assist you with the process.
Instagram is managed by Study in Holland Student Ambassadors. Do you know students are good with words or pictures and who would like to promote Dutch higher education institutions? They would be great student ambassadors.