Moving to the Netherlands: Your Path to New Opportunities


Are you considering a move to the Netherlands? Discover the opportunities and challenges that come with it, and find out how our Start-Up Residence Program can make your transition smoother.

Why Move?

Relocating to the Netherlands offers a world of opportunities. This vibrant European hub combines a high quality of life, excellent healthcare, education, and a thriving economy. With a strategic location, you’ll have easy access to the entire European Union market. However, moving here can be challenging, especially when it comes to securing the necessary visas and permits.

Challenges to Consider

Obtaining a visa to live in the Netherlands can be a complex and often daunting process. Many countries, including the UK, require a visa for residency, and this process is notorious for its high percentage of denials. To navigate these challenges successfully, it’s crucial to work with a trusted program provider who understands the intricacies of Dutch immigration laws and can guide you through the process.

How to Move?

Our Start-Up Residence Program is the ideal solution to simplify your move to the Netherlands. We offer a comprehensive support system to ensure a smooth transition. Our services encompass visa support, mentorship, training, business plans, comfortable housing, and language assistance. We’re here to cover every aspect of your relocation, allowing you to focus on seizing new opportunities in the Netherlands and the broader European market. Make your move with confidence and ease, backed by our expertise and commitment to your success. 


Program fee: € 6000

The fee includes:

  • Your profile assessment
  • Training program
  • Study materials
  • Guidance for the preparation of the plan
  • Visa assistance
  • Mentorship during the project
  • HR specialist consultations

When you arrive in the Netherlands, we can assist with other services as well. The fee for each service will be discussed and depends on the particular service:

  • Accommodation
  • Marketing assistance
  • Legal assistance
  • Other services


You decide it by yourself! Come up with an idea – what can be beneficial to the Netherlands? Come and work on your idea, create an offer and sell it.

We can definitely provide you with some tips and assist with marketing. We can advise you on network creation.

Register as a self-employed person or register a company and work.

Yes! Come to us, together we will find your strengths and generate a list of the goods / services you could offer to the Dutch market. We will discuss your ideas. Based on that, we will guide you on your project development path.

When you find a company that would like to invite you as an employee and support you – you can change the ground of your residence permit and apply for a highly skilled migrant visa. In that case, you will be able to work as an employee.

You are welcome to arrange any accommodation upon arrival in the Netherlands. If you need our help – we can help you to rent a room (or a house).

Yes, it is possible to apply for a visa for your partner and/or children who will come with you to the Netherlands.


Schedule a free consultation with our experts today to explore your options and embark on your journey to the Netherlands.

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In exchange for being granted the opportunity to participate in The Netherlands Education Group (TNEG) programs, the student, intending to be legally bound, agrees to the following terms and conditions:

1. ELIGIBILITY: In order to be eligible to participate in TNEG programs, you must:
a. Have good command of English;
b. Be in good financial standing to pay for the course;
c. Be in good academic standing;
Please note that we do not have any age or geographical limits for the applicants. A person of any age from any country is welcome to apply for the program.
2. REQUIRED COMPETENCIES: In order to participate in TNEG programs, you must demonstrate the following required competencies:
a. Ability to be flexible and adapt to new, unexpected circumstances as they occur. Navigate independently and/or appropriately in a new and /or unfamiliar environment. (Ex: live in a host dorm; use urban/rural public transportation systems).
b. Ability to be responsible for all known personal medical and psychological needs prior to participation in the program.
c. Ability to respect the host culture and its different language, values, customs, and belief systems.
d. Ability to respect people living with you as well as your neighbors, if living in an accommodation provided by TNEG. It is not allowed to make any kind of noise after 10pm, included but not limited to speaking on the phone loudly. If participant makes noise after 10 pm, he or she may be asked to leave the accommodation.

2. ACCEPTANCE: By submitting an application or registration form online to a TNEG program you are agreeing to enroll in the program for which you applied/registered if you are approved and accepted. Programs may require interviews, written statements, or both, before deciding to accept a student. If the group does not reach its maximum capacity, the course might be canceled, rescheduled, or provided on an individual basis.

3. PROGRAM COST AND BILLING: Upon acceptance into the program, if applicable, the TNEG’s communication manager will send you an invoice for the program cost less the deposit. Full payment is due as stated on the invoice. For specific costs, please refer to the applicable program. 4. STUDENT WITHDRAWAL: In order to withdraw from a program, you must notify the communication manager and/or Program Leader(s) in writing. The participant has the right to cancel his/her participation in the program 30 days prior the starting date. In this case, second installment is not required (if it has not been already paid). If the participant cancels participation in less than 30 days, provided that a visa has been obtained (if necessary) and there are no other good reasons for canceling participation, then the participant must pay the full amount for participation in the program (remaining 50% of the payment, if they have not yet been paid) or reimburse all expenses incurred for the organization of the program. The organization, in negotiation with the participant, will determine which option is most appropriate. 5. REFUND POLICY. If a student cancels registration, there is no refund. Deposit is kept on the student’s account within the organization. If a student can’t join the planned course, the student can join any other one in future and the deposit will be successfully transferred. There is no deadline and student can use deposit anytime in future for any of the courses. Deposit transfer is available only between programs and can’t be moved to another person.

VISAS: You are generally responsible for obtaining proper visas and paying all costs associated with such visas. However, some programs include visa processing, which is coordinated by the Program Leader(s). Obtaining visas may be a lengthy and detailed process involving persistence. Check for specific entry requirements from VFS advisor. To attend our courses which are up to 3 months, you have to apply for a Short-Stay Schengen Visa. Go to VFS Advisor webpage, enter your country and destination. Complete the online application form, print it and sign it: Take your documents and print the completed Application Form and go to your local VFS center on the booked date and time. Submit your visa application.

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