UniPod: Why (and How) The Netherlands for Uni

With the highest number of English-speaking undergrad programs and its renowned quality of education at a fraction of the cost of other countries, you have every reason to choose the Netherlands... By Josie Campbell and Buket Ayaz, and speaking to University Counselor Robert Duff from Jumeirah Baccalaureate School.
UniPod: Why (and How) The Netherlands for Uni
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June is here and summer is around the corner. Although for many in high school it’s time to start winding down, ‘tis the season to start shortlisting universities! As they look around for options, the most popular country for education in continental Europe moves into the line of sight of many students: The Netherlands.

It’s a popular choice. With the highest number of English-speaking accredited undergraduate programs and its renowned quality of education for a fraction of the cost of other countries, it’s no wonder the Netherlands is on your shortlist.

In this week’s Unipod, University Counselor Robert Duff from Jumeirah Baccalaureate School tackles the most prevalent questions students have about higher education in the Netherlands.

Students at JBS apply to Netherlands universities each year, so Rob busts some application myths about this popular destination, as well as touching on a great scholarship opportunity!

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Josie Campbell

Josie currently works as a University Counsellor at JESS Dubai. Before moving back to Dubai, she was Head of Careers at Ampleforth College, where she also taught English and Drama. Josie also works professionally in theatre, film, radio and voice-over.

Buket Ayaz

Buket is a University Counsellor at Uptown School in Dubai, with over 10 years of experience working in international schools. It is her lifelong passion to help students find the right ‘fit’ university and get them prepped for the world of work.

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