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Đại học ứng dụng Saxion

Saxion University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest institutions of higher education in the Netherlands, with close to 27,000 students (and still growing!).

Saxion University has a rich history – its roots can be traced back to 1875. A merger of two educational institutions, the Hogeschool Enschede and Hogeschool IJselland, paved the way for Saxion University in its present form in 1998.

This merger enabled Saxion to build further on its strong position in Dutch higher education and since then Saxion University has come to be recognised as an important centre of expertise at a regional, national and international level.

Quality of education:

Saxion offers a broad range of courses at various levels, including many international programmes. The quality of education at Saxion is monitored by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, as well as being accredited by several international bodies, assuring you that the programmes on offer are of a high standard.


Saxion University of Applied Sciences has three campuses in the East of the Netherlands – one campus in each of the three Dutch cities of Deventer, Enschede and Apeldoorn.

Thanks to the important contribution of agriculture to the local economy, this region is renowned for its beautiful countryside and fairly relaxed pace of life.

However, all four Saxion locations have good public transport facilities, meaning that the hustle and bustle of the major cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague is no more than 1½ hours away.

Đại học Amsterdam

The University of Amsterdam (UvA) is consistently ranked among the world’s best universities in global rankings. It is a top 100 university in the THE Rankings, QS Rankings and Leiden Ranking.

UvA global rankings in 2018: Hạng 57( Theo QS World University Rankings); Hạng 62( Theo Times Higher Education World University Rankings); Hạng 74( Theo Leiden Ranking)

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Why Holland?

The Dutch are welcoming people, and international students soon feel right at home. Almost all higher-education institutions offer a range of English-taught study programmes to accommodate students from all over the world, including Dutch students.

Why study in the Netherlands?

  • Join students from all over the world, including: Germany (22,189), China (4,347), Italy (3,347), Belgium (2,976) and the UK (2,778).

  • Gateway to Europe: easy access to Berlin, Brussels and Paris.

  • Study and live in an intercultural and welcoming environment.

  • Work in the Netherlands for a year without a permit after your studies (non-EU).

They speak your language!

The Netherlands has the largest English-speaking population of any country in continental Europe. In fact, the Dutch are the best non-native English speakers around! In the major  cities  foreign nationals can even find jobs without the requirement of Dutch, especially at many of the larger multinationals. Quite a few Dutch also speak German and French, so talking to them is easy.

Post Study Work Rights for non-EU graduates:

As part of an initiative by the Dutch government to attract international talent, non-EU graduates from Dutch higher education institutions have the possibility to apply for a so-called ‘Orientation Year’ permit after graduation. This permit allows graduates to look for work or start their own business during a period of one year without a work permit. A lot of graduates stick around even longer; recent research revealed that a quarter of all international students stay in the Netherlands for the rest of their lives after graduating (Nuffic, 2016).

The Dutch education system:

Higher education in The Netherlands is divided into two streams: universities and universities of applied sciences (UAS). NHL Stenden is a UAS, with a focus on practical application of the knowledge students gain. Universities, on the other hand, focus on scientific research.Studying in The Netherlands promises some exciting differences. Dutch classrooms are closely tied to the wider culture and its values of equality and autonomy. Students will develop their own intellectual independence, and are stimulated to share their ideas and opinions. All of this is part of a teaching style which has received international praise.Lecturers at Dutch schools and universities are facilitators who guide students in their learning process. This way, students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills and they are expected to be assertive, proactive and independent.The Dutch education system has a strong relationship with the (international) industry and worldwide partner universities. This results in a solid choice of internships, work placement possibilities and increased career opportunities for students there.

Dutch innovation:

As a part of that education culture, you join the ranks of entrepreneurs and discoverers, of doers and makers. The Dutch constantly strive to innovate, tackling the unknown and coming up with creative solutions to all kinds of challenges. This is the reason why the Dutch economy keeps competing in innovation and knowledge on a global scale. Did you know that the Bluetooth technology in your smartphone was invented by a Dutchman?

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