If you are from a country not belonging to the EU or EEA and wish to study or do an internship in the Netherlands, you’ll need to go through the Dutch immigration procedures. Depending on what you are going to do and for how long you are staying, you might need:
- A short-stay visa
- An authorization for temporary stay
- A residence permit
- A work permit
The website of Nuffic can help you to find out which procedures are important for international students.
Procedures related to your visa will be discussed with students who are accepted as a student of Aeres University of Applied Sciences. Non-EU students, Non-EEA students and students of Croatia need a work permit if they want to work in the Netherlands. This can never exceed 10 hours of work per week, due to work permit restrictions.
For more information about part-time jobs, visit studyinholland