Practical information on studying in the Netherlands
Imagine you’ve found the study programme you’ve always dreamed of, you cannot wait to start your studies, but then something starts eating away at you… What about all the practical arrangements that need to be made? How to enrol? Is it possible to receive any compensation? Should you apply for a visa? What about housing? What kind of insurance do you need? We fully understand these things may be overwhelming, so we’re here to help you out.
Lifeport Welcome Center (LWC) @ Radboud University provides easy access to the Lifeport innovation network for highly-skilled migrants. Whether you are relocating an expat for the first time or are already used to hiring foreign employees, we ensure a smooth and fast immigration.
In our region you will find top educational facilities that’ll allow you to make the most of your academic ambitions. Before you can start the process of obtaining your degree in our area, there are important decisions you have to make first, before you can look into all the practicalities. Follow the steps set out below to start your educational journey.
You are about to start your adventure of studying in the Netherlands. Upon arrival to the Netherlands there are several arrangements you’ll need to make to get started. One of them is figuring out if you need to take out student healthcare insurance. In this article we’ll guide you through the necessary steps to check what situation applies to you.
Our student community is incredibly diverse, with over 4,000 international students from over 100 countries. Find friends from a similar background or meet people from different cultures by joining one of our many international student associations. Student associations offer students a social place next to their studies.