Need a little info...

  • This discussion is mostly directed at dutch people. My fiance is dutch, and he wants me to move to the Netherlands to be with him. Problem is, I dont want to move without a degree. My fiance told me about this thing that the hospitals are doing, where they take on foreigners to train them as nurses, midwives ect. and fully train them whilst they work. Can anyone tell me if this is true? And if so, could you please give me a little more information on it?


    15 jul 2007, 12:27 Ainsley
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  • Getting degree in Holland

    If your friend is Dutch, how come he cannot provide you with this info??

    Nocturno 19 okt 2007, 05:01 - Rapporteer misbruik
  • moving to the Netherlands

    i moved with my english husband to the uk a few years aga now and i survived, if you are willing to learn the language, which most foreigners seem to have a problem with, i am sure you too will survive. There is always the british embassy/consulates who can help, nowadays they even have internet. The internet seems to be there for any other problem you youngsters have, why dont you use it now, put in place name, hospital and the internet saves you again. Knowing my nation it is probably in 70 languages anyway, have a go be brave.

    cloggy 23 okt 2007, 09:47 - Rapporteer misbruik
  • moving to the netherlands

    I would be sure to make good inquiries if I were you.
    There are all sorts of combinated working-learning programs but those are for dutch-speakers (mostly native kinds on lower educational level).
    If your fiancee can't make the effort of giving you all the information you need, please think twice before marrying him.
    I've been there, done that...
    May I suggest to come several times for a visit, before moving permanently.
    By the way; Holland is a difficult country to most foreigners. Alltough it has a reputation for being free and liberal. Make sure you know the language really well.

    Esther 03 nov 2007, 12:28 - Rapporteer misbruik
  • need a job

    i am angela..
    i am now working as an Au pair in Netherlands
    and i want to find a job here for next year
    i just graduated from Management faculty this year,
    and i took this Au pair job, because i want to find a job in The Netherlands.

    thx a lot
    i hope someone can help me
    because i have trying hard to find a job since 2 months ago.

    Angela 18 dec 2007, 09:29 - Rapporteer misbruik
  • I agree, Speak with your consolate

    You can study in Leiden, If you wish and aren't sure of whats going on, my ID is [email removed] and give me your addy and I will send you all the links you need to know some things. You Being there, finding information should be able to recieve, then there is that language bariier. I am sure you are over that since you are enganged to be married. Good Luck and hope I helped some.

    Cooper 23 jan 2008, 04:14 - Rapporteer misbruik
  • Distant, infelxible, Boring

    Hey call your fiance to the US, don't make mistake of going to Holland, people are Distant, Inflexible, Boring... Amsterdam is free but in terms of paid sex and paid drugs. Good social life is still a dream among these cheese eating folks...

    The international 08 feb 2008, 01:05 - Rapporteer misbruik
  • Info on Dutch Jobs, Housing, News, etc

    Info on Dutch Jobs, Housing, News, etc:

    Hope it helps!

    George 24 mrt 2008, 11:05 - Rapporteer misbruik
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