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    I am in high school in the USA. I would love to study abroad, but my options are limited to places where I would be taught in English. I am also limited because I need somewhere affordable. I have looked into Dutch universities and I am especially interested in Leiden and The University of Amsterdam. My parents are very hesitant about the possibility of doing my bachelors overseas. If anyone knows, how are the student services at these universities, especially for international students? How difficult is it to find and afford accommodation? What is required, and how difficult is it to be accepted? Also, as an international student, would I be able to obtain any scholarships? Would you reccomend Leiden (The Hague) or Amsterdam? Would love to hear from other Americans or anyone!
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