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>> Career in the Netherlands (go to this part)
>> International Career (go to this part)
Career in the Netherlands
Permit 'Orientation year highly educated persons'
As a graduated student (Bachelor/Master), you can ask the Dutch Government for a residence permit 'orientation year highly educated persons'. On this website of the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service of the Ministry of Justice and Security you can read the conditions and how you can apply.
Culture in Dutch companies
Even though you have been studying in the Netherlands for a while, finding a job might be difficult. You can find some do’s and don’ts of applying for a job or internship in the Netherlands here (pdf) (pdf, 1 MB). Useful websites
It's hard to give you some general advice about applying for an international job, because all countries have (somewhat) different rules and customs.
If you have a specific country in mind where you want to work, it might be a good idea to start with an internship in that country. You can use the Erasmus+ programme for this.
Or use a website that offers jobs per country:
- website Eurojobs
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