I like the region and the central location. You can go almost everywhere in the country from here and it will never take more than three hours. I also like the city of Eindhoven, where I live. It’s not too crowded, but still an interesting globalising city.
It has become my second home, Brabant suits me. I like the straightforward attitude here, even though I had to get used to that.
Eindhoven was one of the cities I had in mind when I looked for a study abroad. It’s not too crowded, a nice city to live in and it has an airport close by so I can visit my family and friends easily.
Karol – ‘People think it’s expensive to live here, but you can eat and reside for a good price. You just have to look for it.’
“My primary goal was to find a study in Europe, given in English. So first, I looked at the ranking of European universities and Tilburg was in the top ten.