Thinking to study in Netherlands
- The education in Netherlands is classified into three classes consisting of Bachelor's Masters and Phd.
- The education system in Netherlands is classified according to Bologna Process where it is agreement between European Countries to conform the quality in education. This process was named after University of Bologna.
- At the same time the ECTS credit system was adopted as a way of quantifying a student's workload (both contact hours, and hours spent studying and preparing assignments). Under Dutch law, one credit represents 28 hours of work and 60 credits represents one year of full-time study. Both systems have been adopted to improve international recognition and compliance.
- For doing masters in Netherlands 4 years Bachelor's degree is required and graduates obtaining a degree indicating their field of study, for example Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) or Bachelor of Nursing (B. Nursing) are eligible for masters.
- Most of the masters are 1 or 2 years. Some programmes require 90 (1.5 years) or more than 120 credits. In engineering, agriculture, mathematics, and the natural sciences, 120 credits are always required, while in (veterinary) medicine or pharmacy the master's phase requires 180 credits (3 years). Other studies that usually have 60-credit "theoretical master's programmes" sometimes offer 120-credit technical or research masters.
- As it is an English speaking country IELTS is required. The IELTS requirement varies for UG and PG.
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- Jan 20,2020