Code of Conduct
with respect to International Students in Dutch Higher Education
ITC has signed the "Code of Conduct with respect to International Students in Dutch Higher Education". The Code of Conduct is the result of cooperation between all Dutch institutions of higher education, the Dutch Ministries of Education, Culture and Science (OCW), Justice, and Foreign Affairs, commercial learning institutes, and several international organisations that are financed by the Dutch Ministry of OCW. The Code of Conduct came into effect on 1 May 2006.
The Code of Conduct states that institutes must provide clear and up-to-date information on admission procedures, the accreditation status of the programmes, the quality criteria that must be adhered to, and the internal procedures that guarantee this quality, as well as a description of the study programme and its admission requirements.
The educational institution must also detail the services it provides to international students within the framework of obtaining a visa and a residence permit, housing, introduction, informational materials and the related costs.