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If you are an expat and planning on staying in the Netherlands for a longer period of time to study or work, you will probably receive help for a few practical things,
When you have just moved to the Netherlands, you will have to take care of a lot of different things. However, it might be even better to do this before your move.
If you are looking for accommodation for yourself or for your staff in the Netherlands, Dutch Real Estate Company is what you need.
Does the idea of gliding between lectures on a bicycle sound romantic to you? Perhaps you should consider studying in the Netherlands. Before you decide to come, it is advisable to do some research on the rather unique Dutch education system. The articles in this section will take you through how it works, and advise you on the practical side of being a student in the Netherlands.
Becoming unwell in an unfamiliar land can be frightening. You can rest assured, however, that healthcare in the Netherlands is of a very high standard. It is still sensible to read up on the Dutch healthcare system as soon as possible. That way, you will know exactly what to do if and when you need some medical attention in the Netherlands.
Working in the Netherlands could be very different to working in your home country. Is the nature of ‘The Dutch Employment Market’ new perplexing to you? Fear not. The articles below will help you learn about the ins and outs of Dutch contracts, social security, insurance and working hours.