• Tax return in the Netherlands

    Tax return in the Netherlands

    Belastingdienst: “Tax, we cannot make it nicer, we can make it easier”. Does this also apply for expats? If you receive a request from the Belastingdienst to submit your tax forms, you are obligated to file it. This is not an easy job, especially since all tax forms are in Dutch.

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  • PEP: Volunteering

    PEP: Volunteering

    Are you considering the possibility of volunteering your time and expertise but thought that it wasn’t an option because you don’t speak any Dutch? Enter PEP with their online database full of great volunteering English speaking opportunities.

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  • Flexibility is key to language learning

    Flexibility is key to language learning

    Relocating to the Netherlands can be challenging. You have to negotiate visas, registration, insurance, work, and accommodation – all while trying to navigate cultural differences and make new friends. By the time you finally get around to enrolling in a language school, you r...

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  • GMW: The fortress of privacy as further protected bulwark

    GMW: The fortress of privacy as further protected bulwark

    What ever happened to privacy? New technologies gather, store and share information as never before. And we, ourselves, happily take part in gathering, storing and sharing information.

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  • Webster: Are you already working in a counselling role or would you like to become a counsellor?

    Webster: Are you already working in a counselling role or would you like to become a counsellor?

    Webster’s MA in Psychology with an emphasis in Counselling Psychology program is designed to help you build upon your professional and academic development.

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  • DISDH: Theatre at the German International School The Hague

    DISDH: Theatre at the German International School The Hague

    Theatre has always played an important role at the DISDH. And with the arrival of a new teacher with outstanding theatre experience, the secondary school drama programme has reached new heights.

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  • BSN: Peace & Justice

    BSN: Peace & Justice

    The annual THIMUN conference brings together over 3,500 students from schools around the world, including all BSN Year 12, to participate in debate and representation.

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  • ASH: United Nations procedures - Hands on learning for students

    ASH: United Nations procedures - Hands on learning for students

    “We [students] can be great, and have the power to make change in the world. And if we do not start now, then who will? And if we do not start now, when will change start?”

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  • ISH: Learning beyond the academic

    ISH: Learning beyond the academic

    Our children are preparing to take their place in a globalised world where an understanding of the values of the many and not the few is critical.

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