If you want to study abroad there are many things to take into account. For instance your tuition fee and funding, application and registration, your degree and living in the Netherlands. Here is a list of a few things to consider. Often there are different rules for European students (EEA students) and non-European students, so please note which information applies to you.
In the Netherlands everybody has to pay a tuition fee. The height of this fee depends on whether you are a European (EEA) student or a non-European student. There are different possibilities to fund you studies, for example by applying for a scholarship or grant.
Read more about Tuition fee and funding
Before applying for a course at Van Hall Larenstein you need to register through Studielink (Dutch registration system).
Read more about the procedures for European (EEA) students or non-European students.
When you successfully graduate from Agricultural Production Chain Management you will have obtained a Master of Science (MSc) degree.
Read more about the different degrees of VHL University of Applied Sciences (VHL)'s diploma's
This Master programme is eligible for the Orange Knowledge Programme, formerly the Netherlands Fellowship Programme. The Orange Knowledge Programme is targeted at professionals from selected developing countries who, after their studies in the Netherlands, will be able to further develop and strengthen the organisations at which they work.
Read more about the Orange Knowledge Scholarship
The Agroforestry Chains specialisation is part of FARM LIFE, a project subsidised by the European Union. The ambition of FARM LIFE is to make a tangible contribution to a climate-proof Europe. For the Agroforestry Chain Management specialisation, FARM LIFE offers a scholarship which covers the entire tuition fee and is targeted at European (EEA) students. How to apply? Please state in your motivation letter that you wish to apply for the FARM LIFE scholarship.
Soon you’ll move to Velp! Read more about housing, student life and student advisors.
We’ve also gathered practical information on studying in the Netherlands in general (visa, residence permit, insurance, educational system, scholarships et cetera).