ELIGIBILITY TO STUDY IN THE NETHERLANDS

The student must go through the process of passing the eligibility requirements in order to study abroad, as it is a significant commitment that takes a lot of time and demands a lot of prerequisites.

Following are the eligibility criteria for International Students who want to study Bachelors in Netherlands

  Minimum Percentage requirements

Many universities in the Netherlands require students to have a minimum of 65% to 70% in their earlier degree qualifications to be eligible to apply for Bachelors. (Some universities are a bit flexible on these criteria.)


  Academic documents & credentials

This includes your various marksheets, transcripts, passing certificates &, etc., from your secondary/high school or diploma.


  English Proficiency test scores

International students are also required to provide proof of their English language competency, i.e., their TOEFL / IELTS scorecards.


  Entrance test scores

Some universities in the Netherlands also require students to give SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test).


  Letter of Recommendations

Universities also require students to submit recommendation letters from their professors, school principal, and supervisors stating that they are a well-performing and studious students who can do well in pursuing higher education abroad. Be careful and choose someone who knows you well.


  Essays & Statement of Purpose (Motivational Letter)

Universities also require students to write essays on different topics and their motivations to study abroad.

Following are the eligibility criteria for International Students who want to study Masters in the Netherlands, including a requirement of 16 years of education to get admitted into a Canadian University

  Minimum Percentage requirements

Many universities in the Netherlands require students to have a minimum of 65% to 70% in their earlier degree qualifications to be eligible to apply for Masters. (Some universities are a bit flexible on these criteria.)


  Relevant academic background

Many universities and degree programs require students to have a relevant academic background to pursue the selected Master’s course. Some universities might also assign students additional credit courses or pre-requisites - for ones who do not possess relevant academic background.


  Academic documents & credentials

This includes your various marksheets, transcripts, passing certificates &, etc., from your earlier educational qualifications.


  English Proficiency test scores

International students are also required to provide proof of their English language competency, i.e., their TOEFL / IELTS scorecards.


  Entrance test scores

Some universities in the Netherlands also require students to give GRE (Graduate Record Examinations).


  Letter of Recommendations

Universities also require students to submit recommendation letters from their professors, supervisors, and employers stating that they are well-performing and studious students who can do well in pursuing higher education abroad. Be careful and choose someone who knows you well.


 Statement of Purpose (Motivational Letter)

Universities also require the students to write about their motivations to study abroad, i.e., why they want to study that particular course in that particular University in that particular country & what things they have accomplished till now.


  Portfolio requirements

Many courses, such as courses related to fine arts, architecture, etc., also require students to submit a portfolio.

Following are the eligibility criteria for International Students who want to study MBA in the Netherlands, including a requirement of 16 years of education to get admitted into a Canadian University

  Relevant Work Experience

- B-Schools in the Netherlands might require the applicants to have at least 3 to 5 years of work experience.


  Minimum Percentage requirements

Many universities in the Netherlands require students to have a minimum of 65% to 70% in their earlier degree qualifications to be eligible to apply for MBA. (Some universities are a bit flexible on these criteria.)


  Academic documents & credentials

This includes your various mark sheets, transcripts, passing certificates, etc., from your earlier educational qualifications.


  English Proficiency test scores

International students are also required to provide proof of their English language competency, i.e., their TOEFL / IELTS scorecards.


  Entrance test scores

Some universities in the Netherlands also require students to give the GRE/GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test).


  Letter of Recommendations

Universities also require students to submit recommendation letters from their professors, supervisors, and employers stating that they are well-performing and studious students and are professional & competent at the workplace. Be careful and choose someone who knows you well.


  Essays & Statement of Purpose (Motivational Letter)

Universities also require students to write essays on different topics and their motivations to study abroad.

Following are the eligibility criteria for International Students who want to study Ph.D. in the Netherlands

  Relevant academic & research experience

Universities for Ph.D. in the Netherlands require the applicants to have a relevant academic background and research experience in the same field they want to pursue their Ph.D.


  Research proposals & writing samples

Universities also require Ph.D. applicants to submit research proposals regarding all research they have done in the said field and what research they want to do. Many universities also provide students with a research topic, and students have to write a writing sample on the same.


  Publications & Extra-Curriculars

To pursue a Ph.D. abroad, applicants also need publications in the same field. Applicants also need to be active in extracurricular activities, such as attending seminars, giving conferences, etc.


  Academic documents & credentials

This includes your various mark sheets, transcripts, passing certificates, etc., from your earlier educational qualifications.


  English Proficiency test scores

International students are also required to provide proof of their English language competency, i.e., their TOEFL / IELTS scorecards.


  Entrance test scores

Universities in the Netherlands might also require students to give the GRE/GMAT to apply to their University. Even though it might not be an absolute requirement by the University, giving the GRE/GMAT enhances your profile and increases your chances to get into that University, and also increases your chances of getting funding too. For a Ph.D., it is highly recommended to give either of these entrance tests.


  Letter of Recommendations

Universities also require students to submit recommendation letters from their professors, supervisors, employers, and research guides stating that they are well-performing and studious students both academically as well as in research and also professional & competent in the workplace. Be careful and choose someone who knows you well.


  Statement of Purpose (Motivational Letter)

Universities also require the students to write about their motivations to study abroad, i.e., why they want to study that particular course in that particular University in that particular country & what things they have accomplished till now.

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