The Netherlands is a country in Europe with neighbours Belgium and
Germany. The headquarters of the International Court of Justice is located in the city of The Hague. After the United States of America, it is the world’s largest producer of food and agricultural products. It is the sixth happiest country in the world and has the 13th highest income in the world. It is the fourth most densely populated country in the world. It is a member of the United Nations Organisation, World Trade Organisation and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD). Amsterdam is the capital city. Euro is the currency.
More than 100,000 enroll for universities in The Netherlands each year. More than 2,000 courses which are taught in English are available for the students to chose from. Business Management, Economics, Social Sciences, and Engineering is some of the popular fields international students opt for. The country is also a signatory of the Bologna Process, which gives the student the privilege of transferring to a new University in any of the member countries.
The teaching methodology is based on teamwork, based on project and
practice, which in turn is obviously based on theory.
The Netherlands is also a place of discovery for people who love technology at play. It is rightly called “The Land of Windmills.” It is also called the “Land of tulips.” Hoge Veluwe National Park is a well known national park. Valkenburg is a historic city famous for its castle. It is also a place where you will come
across many delicacies not found anywhere else. Hagelslag is typical Dutch sandwich. Pannenkoeken is Dutch pancakes which are popular around the world. Stamppot is cooked with mashed potatoes and vegetables. Poffertjes is a small traditional Dutch pancake. Oliebollen is a sweet treat served at New Year’s Eve.
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