The Netherlands​

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Netherlands - Close to and yet not

Dutch people are generally very excited about Denmark and the kindness you will also find if you choose to take a year of high school in the country.

The Dutch are very open to other cultures and are generally very good at foreign languages. So do not be worried that you initially can not make yourself understood in Dutch. 

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Windmills, tulips, canals, bicycles in the streets and the characteristic and beautiful houses facing gables towards the street is a very significant feature of Holland - well, and so the special Dutch clogs. Until the 16th century Holland was closely associated with Belgium and Luxemburg and known as the Netherlands. The Netherlands is a very flat country. About half of the country lies at or below sea level.

Therefore, there is an extensive system of dikes to protect against flooding. Large parts of the country is dammed and drained sea. The highest point is Vaalserberg which is 321 meters above sea level. Since the Netherlands has a very high population density there is not so much wild nature. But there are many dunes and pristine sandy beaches. 

There are many international companies, and the international court in The Hague. If you walk along the canals and bridges in Amsterdam you see beautiful and characteristic buildings and you will find impressive art museums. Are you interested in art, then you will even be able to take a high school stay where you can choose study focusing on art. You can get a stay that combines your interest with focused teaching.​

The Netherlands



Programme fee:

The following is included in the price:

  • Flight from London to the host country and back.Including possible domestic connections to the host family and back
  • All flight taxes, fuel surcharge and airport charges
  • Reception at the airport by your host family, or one of our representatives
  • Transportation to and from your host family
  • Board and lodging with the host family
  • Teaching in High School
  • Most textbooks and teaching materials
  • Information and forms for visa application
  • Information / welcome meeting in the host country upon arrival
  • Supervision of staff in the host country, as well as in the UK
  • 24 hour emergency telephone service in the host and home country
  • Interview of participant and parents as well as support from local office
  • Preparatory meeting in the UK before departure: workshops and project groups. Presents important points about high school and daily life in the host country
  • Preparation Material
  • Certificate after completing stay
  • MyEducation bag
  • Youth ID - Card


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