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doing research in NL and Germany.....need help....

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1. Posted by connie- (Budding Member, 2 posts) 15 Feb '05 03:27

connie- has indicated that this thread is about Netherlands

I'm doing research about NL and Germany, I want to know in which cities of NL and Germany have bigger students population. Is any body knows this? can you help me?

thanks a lot....
Connie

2. Posted by Gurt (Full Member, 59 posts) 15 Feb '05 03:32

Student populations in Holland:

Groningen, Utrecht, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Tilburg,
Maastricht.

3. Posted by kafri (Full Member, 28 posts) 15 Feb '05 12:13

Student populations in Germany:

Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Muenster, Giessen, Marburg, Freiburg, Stuttgart, Saarbruecken, etcetc.

Berlin for sure has the highest population of students in Germany, Hamburg und Munich share the second place, but not so sure about the other ranks. Anway, all of these cities are pretty nice and recommendable for a visit.

Kai

4. Posted by gaap4 (Budding Member, 3 posts) 15 Feb '05 16:27

Besides the mentioned Student populations in Holland:

Groningen, Utrecht, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Tilburg,
Maastricht.

You also have: Leiden, Wageningen, Enschede.

Greetz,

Gabri.

5. Posted by Tsjebber (Full Member, 58 posts) 15 Feb '05 17:20

Delft, Twente, Leeuwarden:)

6. Posted by Sander (Moderator, 4394 posts) 16 Feb '05 00:43

...and Eindhoven.

Note that Delft, Eindhoven and Twente are purely "technical universities", which means that they feature about 80% guys versus 20% girls. Other universities have simiarly skewed percentages for individual studies, but a better balance overall.

Groningen, Maastricht and Leiden have something of a reputation of being the most party-oriented cities, although in Leiden most of that happens in places which are only accessible to students.
Amsterdam and Rotterdam, and Utrecht to a lesser degree, are cities of such size that the student population - though large - doesn't really define the city.
Smaller cities like Leiden and Delft on the other hand really are student cities, where you'll notice a distinctly different vibe when exams are on and such.

7. Posted by flocke1986 (Budding Member, 12 posts) 17 Feb '05 10:51

Muenster (already mentioned by kafri) and I think Cologne are in the top 5 of the towns with the highest student population as well, I think.

8. Posted by connie- (Budding Member, 2 posts) 18 Feb '05 03:07

thank you guys ! you help me a lot....:)

actually I'm haveing internship in a dutch company now, they sells clothes to students in Nl and Germany , they need students to sell them to students, that's why they want to know which cities have large students population.

BTW: I want to contact with students on the internet, but I don't know how...because it's impossible for me to visit every university in these two contries...I only can visit 2 or 3 schools.