Part-time jobs vs Internships Don’t confuse part-time jobs with the internships! First, mandatory internships do not require work visa and you can work in your student status if the internship is part of your course curriculum and also receive a tax-free stipend up to a limit. Generally, the money that... [Read More]
Searching, renting and subletting house in Netherlands
All about housing in Netherlands...
Two ways you can find a house in the Netherlands apart from buying a house. Rent a house or sublet a house. Will discuss about subletting later. Renting a house most of the times requires you to sign a contract a for a minimum term of 6 months or 1... [Read More]
Things to PACK before coming to Netherlands
All items that you should not forget!...
In utensils, bring a pressure cooker which is a must, some plates, bowls, spoon (1-2) and a glass if possible, if you want to cook then 1 cooking pan for first week then Ikea will have everything at pretty affordable prices, Check their website and my video on Ikea. Some... [Read More]
That summer school was one of a kind!
My second summer school memories...
Finally, on 8th of June, we wrapped up a wonderful one week of eating, meeting, greeting, networking, traveling, presenting and above all not sleeping! Wait, what did I say just now? Ok, let’s go back to 1st of June when everything started. A bit of context: Summer school is an... [Read More]
Is it high time we start talking about it!?
Academic rejections can be a nasty blow in your PhD or academic career. But, these rejections should not be considered as roadblocks rather should be considered as the push that helps you to move ahead in your academic or research career if you try to look it from the “half... [Read More]