Higher education in the Netherlands has a worldwide reputation for its high quality
Dutch society is strongly connected to other cultures, the world and the business community.
The Netherlands has a big international presence. It is the 21st largest economy in the world.
The country is the birth place of the Nobel Prize, with many daring philosophers and groundbreaking scientists from Lund University
When you study in Sweden, you’re encouraged to think independently, creatively and critically. You’ll learn to question and make well-informed opinions.
Swedish society is known for its inclusiveness. Sweden is often referred to as the most equal country in the world.
Amsterdam is one of the best cities in the world to live, according to Mercer’s 2012 ‘Quality of Living Survey’. It is also one of the safest capital cities in Europe.
There are people of over 180 different nationalities living in Amsterdam. The Dutch have an openminded approach to cultural diversity and welcome international students. Although Dutch is the national language, most people speak English to a very high standard.
Amsterdam is a major financial centre and was the birthplace of the world’s first stock exchange. It remains a prestigious centre for international business today, with over 286,000 people working in financial industries.
Amsterdam packs a lot into its relatively small space. It is a major cultural centre and hosts international music and sporting events. It is easy to get around, either by bike or public transport, and there are lots of green spaces. The beach is only a 20-minute train ride away.
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