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I am trying to decide which University to apply to from these 5:
NHL Stenden
Hogeschool Rotterdam
HZ Uni of Applied Sciences
Amsterdam Uni of Applied Sciences
HAN University

I was wondering if any current (preferably international) students could tell me about what it is like to be an international student there. I am from the UK and will be studying a bachelor in business.

How many UK students are there?
What is the teaching like?
What clubs and facilities are there?

Thank you!
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There are a lot of UK students in the Netherlands. I think the bigger cities are better if you don't speak Dutch (though I recommend that you try to learn a bit) and also for meeting international people. I personally had the experience that most Dutch students in the English speaking programs don't really interact with the non-Dutch students, but that might just be my experience. But given that you would be applying to an English-speaking program (I assume), you will definitely have a lot of English-speaking international students in your class.
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