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Studying in the Arnhem – Nijmegen – Foodvalley region (NL)

In the academic year of 2019/2020, nearly 8,000 international students have started their studies in the Arnhem – Nijmegen - Foodvalley region. Are you going to follow suit? Let’s see what makes this area tick! There are lots of things to keep in mind when planning your studies abroad. We’d love to help you with any obstacles you might encounter.

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Why study in the Arnhem - Nijmegen - Foodvalley region?

We can tell you endless stories about the amazing education our region has to offer; about the quality of our universities (seriously, they are among the best universities in the country), and how fun and easy-going student life is. But why believe us? Let’s hear from international students that have gone before you! Check out these videos in which they share their experience first-hand.

Joey Liddiard 'Student at HAN University of Applied Sciences' It’s not without reason that UK-born Joey opted to study automotive engineering at HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem. Listen and find out why he loves Arnhem, how he got a student accommodation and how the international community allowed him to broaden his horizons personally as well as professionally.
Shehana Hussein 'Former intern, now marketing director' This is Shehana Hussein. She wrote her master’s thesis for Dutch company Allego. After finishing her thesis, she got offered a job there. Now she is marketing director at Allego. She explains why Arnhem is an excellent place for international talent to develop themselves. Allego’s Anja van Niersen, CEO Allego, describes how an international team is the only logical choice when you want the best in an international market and why Arnhem is the best choice for the company as well as its employees. Shehana gives a first-hand account of the Allego’s open culture and describes how colleagues become family.