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11. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 7y

SO i am looking up a WHV for The Netherlands, it says you need to have A letter of acceptance by the employer for work related to your field of study.

Are you sure you are looking at the right document? That quote above relates to skilled migrant visa IRRC. Look here:

http://www.netherlandsembassy.ca/files/pdf/CanadaWHPrequirements.pdf

Also, say i centralize somewhere, would I be hostelling during my entire time there?

Hostelling is ineffective. If you stay somewhere for a month or two it makes sense to rent a room in a shared flat.

In my hometown in Germany for example you can find a room in a shared flat for about 180 EUR per month, this includes all extra cost like electricity, heating, trash collection, etc. The only hostel in town charges 19 EUR per night plus 4 EUR for breakfast, so you stay for a whole month in this hostel you pay around 700 EUR.

12. Posted by Eric_z (Budding Member 15 posts) 7y

Quoting t_maia

SO i am looking up a WHV for The Netherlands, it says you need to have A letter of acceptance by the employer for work related to your field of study.

Are you sure you are looking at the right document? That quote above relates to skilled migrant visa IRRC. Look here:

http://www.netherlandsembassy.ca/files/pdf/CanadaWHPrequirements.pdf

Also, say i centralize somewhere, would I be hostelling during my entire time there?

Hostelling is ineffective. If you stay somewhere for a month or two it makes sense to rent a room in a shared flat.

In my hometown in Germany for example you can find a room in a shared flat for about 180 EUR per month, this includes all extra cost like electricity, heating, trash collection, etc. The only hostel in town charges 19 EUR per night plus 4 EUR for breakfast, so you stay for a whole month in this hostel you pay around 700 EUR.

Alright, so is it easy to find a shared flat then, are there listings for them? Sorry for all the questions i just need to know everything.

13. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 7y

The way to finding a shared flat is country- and city-specific. There is no uniform method for Europe.

If you are interested in staying in the Netherlands for longer you better ask the Netherland experts. Start a new thread and put "Netherlands" in the subject line.

14. Posted by Eric_z (Budding Member 15 posts) 7y

Quoting t_maia

The way to finding a shared flat is country- and city-specific. There is no uniform method for Europe.

If you are interested in staying in the Netherlands for longer you better ask the Netherland experts. Start a new thread and put "Netherlands" in the subject line.

Alright thanks for all the help

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