Noon university of Applied sciences is striving to make your childs university years as good as possible. Here is how we provide the best of opportunities for our students:
While your child is at Noon university of applied sciences, he will be studying among elite students. Noon university is among the best universities in the Netherlands that specialize in aerospace and IT, which will guarantees our students a bright career in their future.
Some of the most important things, you should know:
Study program selection.
Excitement for study abroad starting from the moment when one chooses to do so - the collection of information, consultation, complete the accession, participation in individual interviews and held English language test - all this period is crucial to your child, so we would like to fully trust his accessions foreign university period. Living and studying abroad is an invaluable experience, so it is worth to try! The most important task for you - to help him select a course of study in which he feels best. Follow the professional choice tests in accordance with the advice find relevant information about the study programs of interest.
When your child receives the letter of acceptance - the time to start preparing for departure. It is probably a very sensitive moment, but bear in mind that we live in the twenty-first century, so the distances are abolished by the programs such as Skype or Facebook. You can contact with the child for free every day. And inexpensive airlines will see more than you think. Your child needs to understand that seeing off him to study in a foreign country trust him and believe that he fully exploit his opportunity.
Coming back home.
Return home can also be very difficult. You will see that a child has matured. This is especially characteristic of students who spent a year or more abroad. It may take some time before he again are familiar. Be patient and listen to his stories and memories of a foreign country, encourage relations with studies acquired friends. Soon your child will return to the old track. We recommend that you encourage your child to develop and adapt the knowledge acquired during their studies already in the working field.