Deciding to live in Amsterdam means becoming part of a vibrant, international city where people of 170 nationalities live and work. You will find increasing job opportunities due to more international companies relocating to Amsterdam and ample travel opportunities to the rest of Europe; Paris, Brussels, London, or Berlin are only hours away.
Furthermore, companies like Philips, ING, Booking.com, Uber, Netflix and more are headquartered in Amsterdam and the city hosts a growing ecosystem of startups and scale-ups that tap into available local talent.
Amsterdam is one of the most diverse cities in the world; currently over 170 nationalities live and work here. Nyenrode's Amsterdam Campus is cosmopolitan, vivid, entrepreneurial, international, connected to business, creative, personal and of high quality. Our Amsterdam campus provides:
Trough our partnership with Campus Diemen-Zuid, our students have the opportunity to live at modern student housing facilities located only 14 minutes from downtown Amsterdam.
Our Amsterdam building is located in the heart of the city alongside one of the main canals (Keizersgracht). Students can easily access Amsterdam's business network. We also have a company incubator, a lounge with its own bar for food and drinks, and a variety of activities, such as breakfast sessions, to help our student community (Bachelor, Master, and MBA students) engage with the business world.
Also, studying in Amsterdam means enjoying the flexibility to the fullest. You can decide whether you want to join the Nyenrode Amsterdam Student association (JCV) or any student activities outside of Nyenrode.
The Jongste Compagnie van Verre – or Youngest Company from Afar – (JCV) is Nyenrode Business Universiteit Amsterdam student association. The JCV was established in 2011 by a group of students who believed in the power of friendship, the importance of active student participation and the character-building qualities of getting out of your comfort zone. Committees within the association organize a variety of activities, some of them aimed at informing JCV members, some aiming to challenge and others focusing on physical activity.