Study in the Netherlands in detail (Part 1)

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【♦ Why study in the Netherlands? ♦】

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The Netherlands is located in a major geographical location, as it serves as a gateway to Europe and a center for business and international politics. The Netherlands offers international students a welcoming multicultural community, affordable education and a wide range of degrees available in English. The Dutch education system is an interactive system that focuses on team work in a diverse environment, which makes it easy for any student to adapt to his colleagues from all backgrounds.
【♦ How do you obtain a study visa in the Netherlands? ♦】
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In order to enter the Netherlands for the purpose of studying, you need a study visa or residence permit, and if you are going to extract one of them, either the visa or permit, this depends on the following:
Your nationality, shown in the passport.
Duration of residence, which is divided as shorter or longer than three months.
Purpose of residence: The purpose of the study is that you are coming to the Netherlands to study, or to study a preparatory year.
When enrolling in a program of study, the school institution will contact you to begin the procedures for completing the application. If the university does not contact you, you must contact the department dealing with international students at the university or college.
Start setup early
Although the procedures for examining papers take place within two weeks, we feel that it is necessary to start preparing for submission early, almost three months before the date of travel in which you plan to travel, the process of collecting the necessary papers for travel takes some time.
Short study visa
Residence in the Netherlands for a period of 90 days or less requires a short-stay visa or as it is known as a Schengen visa, and requirements for obtaining a visa may differ from country to country.
The validity of a short school visa
The Schengen visa allows you to travel to more than one country located in the Schengen area, and sometimes the visa is limited to one country (the Netherlands only for example), or a few countries like the Netherlands, Belgium and France, in which case the Schengen visa will allow you to travel to those countries Just.
The duration of your stay in one of those countries located in the Schengen area is a maximum of 90 days, meaning that if you spend 90 days in a country in the Schengen area, you will not be allowed to move to another country until after you renew the visa.
Multiple entry visa, and one-time entry visa
The short entry visa multiple times allows you to travel in and out of the Schengen area during the period of validity of the visa. While a one-time entry visa you are allowed to travel within the Schengen area, but once you leave the Schengen area you cannot return to it except with a new Schengen visa.
Registration with the foreign police
When you arrive in the Netherlands, you need to register within three days of your arrival with the foreign police in the country, and you can use one of the university or educational institution where you will study to help you in the registration process.

【الدرا School accommodation in the Netherlands ♦】
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In the Netherlands, foreign students do not live on campus, but they have their own rooms. In the Netherlands, housing on campus is not common, and most students live in cities near the university.
There are many housing options suitable for international students in the Netherlands, but it is better if you intend to study in the Netherlands to start your search for housing early.
Finding suitable housing in the Netherlands may be a problem. If you are in an academic exchange program or an international course of study, a residential room may have been pre-arranged for you, and it is a good housing option for the student in the program or course to accept.
Before applying for a course at a Dutch university, discuss with them the possibility of providing you with a room for housing.
The nature of housing
You are expected to share in the study housing the bathroom, kitchen, and living room with other students, and that the housing may be very small compared to what you are used to in your country, also in the Netherlands, the housing of male students with females is normal, so if you have a problem with this It is better to tell the person who arranges housing for you in advance.
Rent and bills
Room rent in the Netherlands is on average between 300 euros to 600 euros, and before you rent a room make sure what kind of bills are included in the room rent, this has a major impact on your budget, some of the residential rooms rent include gas, electricity, TV, the Internet, and some rooms Others, you have to pay the rent for these things separately.
Most residential rental contracts for students in the Netherlands are for at least six months or a year.
Types of housing
Residential rooms in the Netherlands may be furnished or unfurnished, and the quality of the accommodation varies greatly from one residence to another, and the furnished rooms start from a bed and a chair, and even to fully prepared rooms with Internet access. If you decide to rent an unfurnished room, you can buy cheap furniture from the city’s used furniture stores.
You can search for furniture on the Market Stuff website, a site where students studying in the Netherlands can buy and sell furniture needed for them, and also buy other used items such as motorcycles, books and more.
Check the contract
Make sure that you read the contract well before signing it, and make sure that you can benefit from it in your room, for example, you may not be allowed to paint the walls, as well as make sure there is someone you can call in case there are problems with housing, such as blockage of sinks or otherwise.
Finally, if you would like to search for housing in the Netherlands on your own, these sites can help you:
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【عمل Working while studying in the Netherlands ♦】
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While studying in the Netherlands, many students prefer to work to provide for their basic expenses and needs, and in this article we have tried to cover some work options while studying in the Netherlands.
Before we begin to enter into the details and conditions of work for students in the Netherlands, we find that the student coming from the European Union or the European Economic Area (EEA) (except Bulgaria, Romania and Switzerland) is free to work without any restrictions.
Students from other regions, including Bulgarian and Romanian students, meet certain conditions if the student wants to work in a job in his field of study and the student needs to work in the Netherlands a work permit and can only work 10 hours a week, or alternatively he can To work full time in the summer months of June, July, and August.

Apply for a work permit
To obtain a work permit in the Netherlands, you need to present your papers to you, the agency that you will work with in order to obtain a work permit for you, and the body that grants the work permit is the UWV Werkbedrijf. Please link: «younesky»

Practical training
If you are studying in a Dutch educational institution and need training as part of the study program, you do not need a work permit, but the educational institution in which you study and the entity in which you will be trained must sign a training certificate.
Medical insurance and jobs
You should know that once you get a job, you are obligated to participate in the basic health insurance service in the Netherlands, and if you cannot, you may face a large fine.
Social insurance number
Social insurance number, known as BSN number, is an abbreviation of (Burger Service Number) or (Citzen Service Number) and this number is a registration for every citizen in the Netherlands, and is used in any dealings with the government. Many people can request a BSN number, and if you get a job, you will be asked for your BSN number, and insurance companies also ask for the number.
When registering with the City Council, a BSN number is issued to you automatically, and the City Council often sends you a letter to confirm all of your personal details who obtained it, and this letter includes your BSN number.

Income tax
When working in the Netherlands, you are required to pay tax on your total annual income, and scholarships are also considered income and added to the total annual income, and you can ask the agency that you work in the Netherlands about the income tax in detail.

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