Below you will find some links that might be useful for your stay in the Netherlands:
Studying in the Netherlands
International students planning to study in the Netherlands, see the website of Nuffic (Netherlands information for international cooperation in higher education) for information on all sorts of subjects concerning preparations, living and studying in the Netherlands.
- Study in Holland
Information for international students about studying in The Netherlands.
An online search engine for those who want to study in the Netherlands and are looking for financial aid.
- Student Grants
4 times a year, this organisation distributes grants to students.
- ISIC card
With the ISIC card you make the most out of your student status, everywhere in the world. ISIC card is the only internationally accepted student identity card.The card will cost you only 10 euros instead of 15 euros. Get it HERE and use the discount code: ISICRU.
- VVV Nijmegen
On this website you can find more information on Nijmegen and its surroundings (day trips, arts and culture, countryside and accommodation).
- Into Nijmegen
Another fun site with lots of information about Nijmegen
- Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
If you’re coming to the Netherlands or have just arrived, you will find useful information on this website.
- Dutch embassies and consulates
Here you will find address information and websites of both Dutch diplomatic missions abroad and foreign diplomatic missions in the Netherlands.
- By train
Terms and conditions
Information brochure of the NS (Dutch Railway)
- Instruction video on traffic rules
On the IRIS website, you can find reports that Erasmus students coming to Nijmegen filled in after their stay.
- Study at Radboud University
- Expat blog
Would you like to work, live, move to Netherlands? Or just to find out how is life in the Netherlands? Here you can find read blogs written by expatriates living in the Netherlands.
- New to the Netherlands
If you come to the Netherlands to live, work or study, you are likely to have some questions about the arrangements you need to make. This site will guide you to the government organizations you may have to deal with.
- Nijmegen expats
This website tells you everything you need to know about living and working in Nijmegen.
Xpat is a site that will make your stay behind the dikes and dunes an enjoyable one and will help you find your way through the jungle of written and unwritten rules, customs, habits and traditions of the Netherlands. On this site you will find an archive of the quarterly magazine The XPat Journal, as well as summaries of the chapters of The Holland Handbook.
Expatica describes itself as 'the helping hand for internationals'. Expatica provides local news and information on living in, working in or moving to the Netherlands.
- Nimègue Accueil
Nimègue Accueil is a website for French speaking expats.