Working in the Netherlands after graduation
Malaysian graduates of Dutch universities can stay and work in the Netherlands after they have finished their studies. With the correct visas, students can gain invaluable work experience and get a taste of working abroad.
After completing your studies, you need to apply for the appropriate visa to work. There are two main paths:
Finding a job
There are many resources that you can use to find a job. Look up online for posted positions, visit employment agencies such as Randstad and Undutchables, gain work experience on an internship as you might be offered a permanent position after you’ve finished your placement, build your network and attend career fairs.
The average starting wage for those working in Holland is about €27,000 per year. This varies based on different industries.
If being able to work in Dutch land appeals to you, find out what courses you can study there.
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