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Semester or Year in the Netherlands

Semester or Year in the Netherlands
Spend a semester or academic year in the Netherlands through ISEP or MAUI-Utrecht.
Location: 
The Netherlands
Language of Instruction: 
English
Dutch
Term: 
Academic Year
Fall
Spring
Academic Disciplines: 
-Open to All Majors
Program Type: 
Semester or Academic Year
Highlights: 

ISEP and MAUI-Utrecht are total immersion programs. In most cases, ISEP and MAUI-Utrecht participants register as a regular student at the host institution, take the same courses and have the same assignments, and participate in the same activities as the local students at that institution. This means that a student applying for an ISEP or a MAUI-Utrecht site must be more proactive and prepared to handle being in a location where they may be the only KU student in the program.

For more information on ISEP sites in the Netherlands, click here: ISEP Netherlands

For more information on MAUI-Utrecht sites in the Netherlands, click here: MAUI-Utrecht Netherlands

Program Summary: 

The Netherlands is often described as a gateway to Europe. The country has absorbed influences from neighboring countries but retains its own strong cultural identity. It is a great place to study and observe the changes that are transforming Europe economically, politically and socially. Besides the windmills, canals, bicycles, and tulips that you expect, you’ll find a dynamic economy, state-of-the art technology, rich cultural treasures and a lively contemporary scene. A wide range of courses are available in English.

ISEP: 

Chances of Placement

Placement chances for U.S. students are fair at most sites. Some programs have entrance requirements. Please contact the ISEP program officer for information on sites recommended for U.S. sophomores.

Chance of placements for International students is very limited.

Chances of placement in the ISEP-Direct programs at Leiden University are excellent.

Academic Information: 

ISEP: 

Leiden University

Radboud University Nijmegen

Tilburg University

MAUI-Utrecht: 

Utrecht University: Geosciences, Law, Economics and Governance, Science, etc. are available to MAUI-Utrecht exchange students. Biomedical Science in the Medicine Faculty are open to exchange students as well. The University College Utrecht and University College Roosevelt honors colleges of Utrecht University are open to students who have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Other Medicine courses and Veterinary Science are not open to exchange students. 

HKU University of the Arts Utrecht: The Bachelor of Fine Art is open to exchange students. This includes Painting, Sculpting, Printmaking, Drawing, Intermedia, and Digital Media. Students can also participate in the Bachelor of Design in Spatial Design, Fashion Design, and Product Design courses. The HKU Fine Art Degree is instructed in English. MAUI-Utrecht students cannot take Theatre, Art and Economics, and Conservatorium courses. 

Housing: 

MAUI-Utrecht:

Utrecht University: UU offers guest students assistance with their housing through Short Stay Solutions. This independent corporation makes housing arrangements upon request and under certain conditions. Information about this procedure will be sent to student after acceptance by UU. 

HKU University of Arts Utrecht: Students at HKU University of Arts Utrecht will also be offered housing through Short Stay Solutions (SSH). The rooms are fully furnished wtih shared facilities in student flats. The rooms are usually double rooms as well. 

Further Reading: 

ISEP:
For more information regarding costs and deadlines, contact Charlie Ambrose at chambrose@ku.edu or stop by the Study Abroad Info Center in 105 Lippincott for Walk-In Advising.

MAUI-Utrecht:
For more information regarding costs and deadlines, contact Jenna Hunter-Skidmore at jmhunter@ku.edu or stop by the Study Abroad Info Center in 105 Lippincott for Walk-In Advising. 
 


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Study Abroad Information Center
To learn more about your study abroad options, we encourage you to visit the Study Abroad Info Center (105 Lippincott Hall). The Study Abroad Info Center offers walk-in advising for current and prospective students. Drop by to learn more about program options, make an appointment with a study abroad program coordinator, get information on scholarships and financial aid, and talk to returned study abroad students. We also encourage you to explore the resources available on our website to learn more about the application process, KU Core Approved programs, and the cost of study abroad. 

Study Abroad Information Center
Lippincott Hall, Room 105
1410 Jayhawk Boulevard
Hours: Monday - Friday. 9AM - 5 PM
Contact: studyabroad@ku.edu
 

Study Abroad Financial Advising
The Office of Study Abroad has weekly 'You Can Afford to Study Abroad' Financial Aid and Scholarship Info Sessions/Open Meetings on Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 pm and Thursday afternoons at 2:00 pm in the Info Center (105 Lippincott Hall). The financial aid officer will be happy to take any questions and can offer individual advising at the end of sessions for specific concerns. For those that cannot attend the weekly Info Sessions due to scheduling conflicts, we also offer appointments for financial planning as well as financial aid and scholarship advising for students. Please visit 108 Lippincott Hall or call 785-864-3742 to set up an appointment.

 

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