Support in your home country
Nuffic Regional Office
Nuffic Regional Offices can provide you with information on international courses, education programmes or trainings. They also organise pre-departure briefings for students preparing to pursue a bachelor’s, master’s or PhD degree or short course in the Netherlands.
Read more about the support they can give you:
Besides the Nuffic Neso offices, you can find Dutch Scientific Institutes Abroad (or NWIB, the abbreviaton of the Dutch name) all around the world, that provide information about studying in the Netherlands in general. They act as contact points for all students and scholars from the host countries who are seeking contact with Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences. The NWIBs are jointly administered by 6 Dutch universities:
- University of Amsterdam
- VU University of Amsterdam
- Utrecht University
- Leiden University
- University of Groningen
- Radboud University Nijmegen
The Netherlands Institute at Athens
117 42 Athens
Phone: +30 210 9210760 (or +30 210 9210761)
Fax: +30 210 9210770
The NIA represents 6 Dutch universities in Greece and informs the Greek public on Dutch academic research and on opportunities to study in the Netherlands. The NIA offers Dutch scholars and students the opportunity to conduct their research in Greece. The results are presented through lectures, seminars and colloquia.
The NIA also organises art presentations and other cultural activities such as concerts and literary presentations. The cultural activities of the NIA are often carried out in cooperation with other Dutch or Greek institutions.
NWIB in Florence
The Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence
Viale Torricelli 5
Phone: +39 55 221612
Fax: +39 55 221106
The Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence, founded in 1958, promotes research on Italian art, on Dutch and Flemish art and artists in Italy and on the rich tradition of artistic exchange and mutual influence between Italy and the North.
It provides scholars and students from the Netherlands and elsewhere with accommodation as well as research and publication opportunities. These scholars and students can also use the institute’s library in Florence, a city with extraordinary resources for art historical research and international academic training and exchange.
In addition, the institute publishes scholarly works and organises lectures, conferences and exhibitions.
NWIB in Rome
The Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR)
Via Omero 10/12
Phone: +39 063 200 751
Fax: +39 06 3204971
The KNIR is an interuniversity research and education institute specialising in History, Art history and Archaeology.
The Netherlands Institute in Morocco (NIMAR)
3, Avenue Mohamed El Fassi (ex. Av. Marrakech)
10010 Hassan Rabat
Phone: +212 537 66 85 00
NIMAR supports, stimulates and facilitates exchanges and cooperation between Morocco and the Netherlands in the field of higher education and scientific research.
The Netherlands Institute in Saint-Petersburg (NIP)
Kaluzhsky pereulok 3
191015 St. Petersburg
P.O. Box 109
Phone: +7 812 327 0887
The Netherlands Institute in Saint-Petersburg (NIP) is an academic centre that increases expertise in the field of Russian studies and offers services to researchers and students of the participating universities.
The institute organises courses aimed at all levels and fields of study and offers internships and scholarships to students and researchers in different fields of study.