2 Jul 2014 | GMW Lawyers
Living in another country with your partner can be very exciting and rewarding but could also turn into a nightmare in the case of a separation or divorce.
1 Jul 2014 | International School of The Hague
The Hague is certainly a city that is experiencing an increase in profile on a global stage. This year we have already hosted the Nuclear Security Summit. The next major event was the Hockey World Cup, which took place in June.
1 Jul 2014 | German International School The Hague
Three students at the DISDH deserve special mention for their perseverance, discipline and ambition. For Anne Schuurmans (grade 8), Adam Juhász (grade 9) and Henrik Fischer (grade 10), athletics are an integral part of their lives. They are exemplary in their determination to stay focused on school work while dedicating themselves to the rigours of competetive sports.
1 Jul 2014 | British School in the Netherlands
Being located in a country that’s almost fanatical about hockey provides The British School in the Netherlands (BSN) with a solid foundation from which to generate significant interest in the sport from a relatively young age.
27 Jun 2014 | Wendy Fossen
After a major two year renovation period, the Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery will open its gates to the public on the 27th of June. A large palace turned into a museum in 1822, the building was in desperate need of renovation and update. Mauritshuis enjoys a prestigious location, sharing the neighborhood with the Dutch Prime Minister and the government buildings.
4 Jun 2014 | The App Train
Summer is the time to get creative and get our hands dirty. But as we travel on long airplane rides, stay with Grandma and Grandpa or a beachside hotel, getting creative means keeping purple finger marks off the sofa. Creative tablet apps are great for long train or plane trips and are much kinder to the AirBNB host’s walls. Here are a few we like for kids in the 4+ category.
4 Jun 2014 | Kickstart School
Kickstart School has recently introduced KICKSTART FOR KIDS – Dutch and English language courses for children and teenagers.
13 May 2014 | ACCESS
President-Director of Shell Netherlands Dick Benschop gave a speech at the NUFFIC annual conference in Utrecht on March 11th, 2014. In his speech titled International is the new normal Benschop addresses the issue of internationalisation and importance of the role of education in economic development and innovation.
6 May 2014 | Laila Borrie
Healthcare is a subject that is almost always discussed among the International community. Along with education and living standards, it is one of the prime considerations that influence decisions about moving to a new country, and about whether to stay.
2 May 2014 | ACCESS
Whether visitor or resident, there is a sight in the Netherlands that has to be seen to be believed. At their most enjoyable in spring they are best seen by bicycle, so take the time to visit one of the wonders of the Netherlands; Lisse, its tulip fields and the gardens of Keukenhof.