Time: 6.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m
Venue : hall # 1, IC & SR building.
Date : 21st August
The presentation will focus on Study in Holland, emphasizing on study opportunities, application and admission procedures, scholarships, post study/part time work opportunities and visa structure, jobs/careers in Holland. Will conclude with a “Workshop on Working and Networking in Europe”, where students will be given an overview of the European work culture, and how it differs majorly from the Indian work culture.
An overview of Holland:
Holland is an English speaking country with all the programmes offered entirely in English, and there is no requirement of learning any additional language for starting a study programme. Also the fees is comparitively lesser and the Universities are all ranked in the top 200 world rankings be it ARWU, QS or THES. Recently Holland was announced as the third country by the THES world rankings, after the US and UK with the maximum number of universities in the top 200 world rankings, which goes a long way to emphasise on the quality of higher education in the country.
There is abundant job opportunities for students, as Holland boasts of giants like Philips, Shell, ING Vysya, KPMG, Unilever, DSM, Akzon Nobel and so on, and the country offers a period of one year to all the students after their study to look for a job, which currently not many countries offer.
A brief introduction to NESO
Nuffic’s Netherlands Education Support Office (NESO) India, is the official representative of Dutch Higher Education Institutions in India. It specifically caters to the needs of prospective Indian students who are planning to study abroad by providing credible and accurate information about studying in Holland. Based out of Bangalore, Nuffic Neso India is responsible for the following activities in India:
1. Promoting Dutch Higher Education Institutions (DHEIs) in India
2. Promote and Develop Alumni Relations in India