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    Hi everyone,
    I'm really interested in studying at the inHolland university (Math engineering), but I've seen that there are lots of problems regarding teaching quality and organization. Is it true?

    A University of Applied Science in the Netherlands is more like a vocational or technical university. It is a practical based university, however these unis are generally seen as 'easier' or less 'intellectual' than the main research universities such as University of Amsterdam and University of Maastricht, etc. They are also significantly easier to get accepted to, and are four year bachelor programs. The research universities require either IB or A levels or the Dutch VWO diploma, and offer three year bachelor programs. For a good engineering degree, you might want to check out TU Delft or TU Eindhoven, these are research based high quality universities.

    Hey! Did you end up applying and going there? I 'd love to get some feedback since im planning to apply myself
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