Results for tag:Dutch Culture
|Date:||02 July 2020|
One of the best things about the Dutch language is the amount of crazy words that exist. Here are my favorite 7.
|Date:||08 June 2020|
Culture shock is different for everyone. But, once you move to Groningen, culture shock might just be a completely different experience than anywhere else.
|Date:||04 June 2020|
For this blog, Asmo did some research on the origins of some of Groningen’s street names.
|Date:||24 April 2020|
Who is the royal birthday boy who gets to throw the biggest b-day party in the world? In this blog, I have collected some lesser-known facts about the King, his family and his fortune, so that you can impress your friends with your royal knowledge.
|Date:||03 March 2020|
For anyone who has not been here yet, it is easy to imagine the Netherlands as a country where people live in windmills and dance around in tulip fields in their wooden clogs. In this blog, Asmo has debunked some of the most popular myths about the Netherlands, so that you won’t arrive here in your brand new clogs and be disappointed.
|Date:||10 February 2020|
Finding the Dutch bike culture pretty daunting? Read Danique's top 5 tips on how to survive Dutch bike life!
|Date:||24 January 2020|
The vast majority of students in the Netherlands are only awarded grades between 6 and 8. So what do Dutch grades actually mean? Before you have a nervous breakdown, or your parents disown you for ‘only’ getting a 7, make sure to read Asmo's blog.
|Date:||12 November 2019|
Gefeliciteerd! It’s your birthday. Seeing as you are living in the Netherlands, it’s time to throw a proper Dutch birthday party. Don't know how? Then Danique has you covered with this blog!
|Date:||18 October 2019|
Always wondered why people ask to "Go Dutch" when splitting a restaurant bill? Read Danique's blog on all the best ways to save money like a Dutchie!
|Date:||04 October 2019|
|Author:||The Blog team|
Thinking about becoming doing something next to your studies? Asmo and Danique share their experiences in student boards and committee work.