Working for Nuffic

Would you like to work for Nuffic? Check out which vacancies and internships are available.

You can find our English and Dutch vacancies under Vacatures.

Inspiring

Working for Nuffic means working in an inspiring environment where Dutch government policy is translated to action.

Nuffic has a workforce of about 300. Around 250 people work at the head office in The Hague, while the rest work at our Netherlands Education Support Offices (Nesos) in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, South Africa, Turkey and Vietnam.

Nuffic offers its staff a challenging place to work, with an emphasis on teamwork and individual responsibility. The atmosphere is informal, but our focus is firmly on organisational goals and personal development.

Employment terms and benefits

Nuffic offers attractive employment terms, including 8 per cent holiday allowance, 8.3 per cent year-end bonus, a pension scheme and 'pick & mix' benefit options.

Remuneration is in accordance with the collective labour agreement of the Dutch universities. In addition, Nuffic offers personal development opportunities through courses, training and coaching.

Recruitment code

We adhere to the national recruitment code of the NVP (the national professional body for recruitment) in all our recruitment activities.

Applying for a job using Europass

The Europass CV is a standard model which is used in many European member states. You can use the Europass CV for your job application at Nuffic. However, we would like to stress that this is not obligatory. Whether or not you use the Europass CV does not affect the outcome of your application.

See also

Who are we?

We are Nuffic: the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education. From primary and secondary education to vocational and higher education and research.

PODCAST: Our People Abroad, Episode 7: Indonesia

7 May 2020
What makes the relationship between Indonesia and the Netherlands so strong and enduring? According to Peter van Tuijl of Neso Indonesia, the relationship ‘is in the people’.

PODCAST: Our People Abroad, Episode 5: South Korea

19 December 2019
Students from South Korea are sometimes shocked by Dutch culture, says Jungyoon Yang, Chief Representative at Neso South Korea.