Where can I find internships in the Netherlands?
Other ways to find internships in the Netherlands are to attend job fairs or use LinkedIn. More and more Dutch companies are using the latter to post internship openings and it’s a great way for you to check out if they hire people with your academic background.
How much are interns paid in Netherlands?
In the Netherlands an internship is called a “Stage”. As there is no obligation to pay the student, small companies sometimes won’t pay anything. Sometimes the interns could get a stipend of about €300 per month, depending on their education and company policies.
Can you do an internship after you graduate Netherlands?
*Working or doing an internship in the Netherlands after graduation requires a work permit. However, the government allows you to apply for an orientation year permit so you have time and legal space to find a job or internship. After the orientation year, your employer can apply for your residence and work permit.
Can you still get an internship in March?
While March can be a very competitive month for internships, Berger says that interns who take the time to follow directions and fill out an application properly are already ahead of the pack. Berger adds that it is not uncommon for internship coordinators to receive cover letters addressed to the wrong company.
What is the best time to apply for internship?
As a general rule, it’s a good idea to apply for internships early, as much as six months prior to their start date. Don’t worry if you are late in the process since many internships, especially unpaid ones, can be arranged as late as a month in advance of the summer or semester you are targeting.
Do I need visa for internship in Netherlands?
You will just need your passport and, preferably, your BSN number. If you are a non-EEA citizen, you will have to provide a proof of residence. Most internships in the Netherlands are highly professional and interns are often given substantial responsibility in their work.
Are internships taxed in the Netherlands?
Internship pay As long as your pay is only a compensation for expenses, it will not be subject to taxation. If any other form of payment is made, the internship provider must pay tax and social security contributions. You might be obliged to take out Dutch public health insurance if you are doing a paid internship.
Do interns get paid in Netherlands?
You can pay your interns a normal wage or an internship fee. It is not mandatory unless it is stated in the CAO for your company. If you offer a work placement it is common to pay the student. For bbl students a minimum wage is set (in Dutch).
Is April too late for an internship?
No, it’s not too late for getting an internship.
Is internship taxable in Netherlands?
What is single permit in Netherlands?
The Single Permit combines the residence permit and the TWV. You thus only apply for one permit. You do this at the IND. The IND asks advice from the Netherlands Employees Insurance Agency (UWV) about the labour market aspect.
Is internship considered employment Netherlands?
You may not employ an intern as a regular employee. Regular work is focused on production and turnover, not on learning. If your intern does regular work, they are entitled to the statutory minimum wage . The Inspectorate SZW will check whether your intern is doing regular work or work placement.