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    Hi there


    I completed my A-Levels in Summer 2014 - I'm on a gap year.

    I'm considering studying in Holland for an undergraduate degree in International Business.

    I have a few questions i would like to ask to anyone with experience.

    Firstly, i understand the Dutch Unis work very differently to the UK ones. In terms of accepting students- I have seen Dutch Unis don't have the same entrance requirements for grades. This is a positive factor is some cases, however- when applying- how do i know which uni is for me in terms of the level of difficulty?

    I have achieved B, C, D at A-Level. Which Holland Unis would be suitable for this level? I have been told to stay away from 'Research' unis but is there a helpful way to find which uni would suit my style of learning and study level?

    Thanks
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    Hey, sorry to see you haven't had any replies to your thread yet. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific university or course forum should help get more responses.

    If you haven’t already found it, then university connect is a really useful way for finding people at your course/university! You can also find a list of applicant threads and courses here. It's worth checking out if you have questions.

    If you need advice on your academic work, then the Study Help section will be able to help you. Hope this helps!
 
 
 
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