阿姆斯特丹自由大學 VU University Amsterdam
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(限定交換第二學期人數 2 人)
Semester 1: 04/09/2023-02/02/2024
Semester 2: 05/02/2024-28/06/2024
- Minimum academic workload: 24 ECTS credits per semester (4 courses)
- 不開放申請交換的學院或科系： Dentistry
- Proof of English language proficiency according to VU Amsterdam's requirements is mandatory for students participating in courses at Master's level. Exempted are students who have completed at least two years of a fully English-taught programme no longer than two years prior to the exchange or students who are enrolled in a completely English-taught Master's degree.
- Students can take Dutch language courses at the Department of Dutch as a Second Language.
- Exchange students are required to purchase a compulsory insurance plan.
- Living in Amsterdam can be expensive. Make sure that you have sufficient financial means to cover the costs of living. If you are considering working while studying then there are certain rules to be followed (see further below).
- Experience shows that living and studying in the Netherlands for one year costs a student between €1,000 and €1,100 per month. Some students manage to spend less, but this of course depends on your own lifestyle (and type of accommodation). An indication of likely monthly expenses: Rent for housing average: €600 (price range €366 - €1,045, see 'Accommodation types') Food: €250 Insurance: €100 Public transport: €50 Books: €50 Other costs: €50 Total (average): €1,100
- Courses in the fields of Psychology and at our School of Business and Economics have limited capacity. Therefore, incoming exchange students majoring in Psychology, Business and Economics are given priority in registering for courses in these subject areas. Students with different majors can apply for courses in these fields but should be prepared to adapt their course choice in case these courses are full.
- Bachelor’s students are not allowed to follow courses at Master’s level, unless these courses are also mentioned in the exchange courses overview under Bachelor’s courses.
Housing cannot be guaranteed. Students housing can only be rented for the full period (semester or a year).
The number of rooms available is limited and accommodation is assigned on a first paid, first served base. We cannot guarantee accommodation for every student but the International Office will do its utmost to find suitable accommodation for every individual.