From our experience of advising students on higher education options in continental Europe, the Netherlands stands out for a number of reasons: Dutch universities offer over 300 bachelor’s degree courses that are taught in English – more than all other countries in continental Europe. Tuition fees are among the lowest in Europe, ranging from approximately
Tips on how to maximise the impact of your extracurricular activities A common misconception is that there are certain extracurricular prerequisites for universities; playing an instrument, writing a research paper, interning somewhere or playing a sport. However, our advice would be to not think about the number of activities but instead, think about the quality.
Friday, 09 August 2019 by admin
Jay was always interested in politics, particularly in the intersection between politics and other subjects. When thinking about what to study at university, he considered Politics with International Relations but felt that PPE was a broader degree. He was curious about philosophy and knew that economics could provide a strong quantitative backing to widen his