What lessons can we learn from the Netherlands and the United Kingdom?. Mich èle Belot University of Essex (UK). Outline. Overview of the Dutch and UK higher education system Admission procedures: From secondary school into higher education Public intervention in higher education
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University of Essex (UK)
Overview of the Dutch and UK higher education system
Public subsidies and access to higher education
Conclusions and lessons for Belgium
Admission procedures - Netherlands United Kingdom?
NL: +/- 1500 euro
UK: £1175 (2005-2006)
NL: Support for costs of living (Student Support Act 1992)
UK: Means-tested tuition fees, loans
Student performance in NL United Kingdom?
Source: CBS Netherlands
50% of students have a father with a higher education diploma
30% of students have a mother with a higher education diploma
Higher vocational education:
30% of students with father with a higher education diploma
15-20% with mother with university diploma
Overall: 25% of the population has a higher education diploma
Student enrolments and socio-economic background - UK United Kingdom?