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Hello,

I wanted to know more about tuition loan in the Netherlands. It seems like a possibility but there's little info available. Does anyone know something about it? I know the 'living costs' loan is only available if you're working, what about this one? How do you apply? How is it paid?
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I have to say I do not know too many details, but I do know that you can get interest free student loans starting next school year. It should not be hard to get student loans but for more information I would email the universities you are interested in attending and possibly some dutch banks that offer student loans. It may be a little harder to get a student loan if your are not a European citizen but even then it should be possible. I would also check for scholarships. Good Luck.
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