Setting up a Study in Holland booth

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If you are planning to participate in an international education fair to promote Study in Holland, you need to follow a few steps.

Steps to set up a Study in Holland booth or pavilion (available soon)

We are happy to assist you with the preparations.

Decoration materials

For the decoration of the booth, we recommend you use one or more of the following materials:

Poster 1 (A0) - map‌ (261.7 kB)

Poster 2 (A0) – clog‌ (1.0 MB)

Poster 3 (A0) - career‌ (1.3 MB)

Poster 4 (A0) - innovation‌ (3.2 MB)

Poster 5 (A2) - map‌ (248.9 kB)

It is also possible to order hard copies. We will distribute these free of charge, but we will invoice the costs of shipping.

Order a printed publication

If you need the Study in Holland logo or brochures to hand out, please check the page promotional material. If you have any questions about fairs, please contact us.

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