The Hague offers all the benefits of a big city, with a small town feel. Excellent schools, extensive public services and beautiful surroundings are just a few of the benefits of living at an international crossroads. Here you will find links providing you with everything you need to know about living in The Hague, including information on relocation and settling, public services, schools and childcare.
There are a number of agencies specialising in helping English-speaking job hunters and a list is available here. You can also check the new international job portal Together Abroad for job listings.
Dutch health care is some of the best in the world. Regular check-ups for babies and children are provided by the state and there is an insurance plan for every stage of a person's life and employment situation. More
International and postgraduate programmes in The Hague and the Netherlands.More on education
Hague International Centre:
The Hague International Centre is a joint initiative between the Municipality of The Hague, the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) and ACCESS. It is the first point of contact for (new) residents of The Hague and has been created especially for the expatriate who is working and living in The Hague. Visit the Hague International Centre.
To find out more about what is on offer for the international community living in The Hague, the not-for-profit organisation ACCESS provides a variety of services, publications, courses and a wealth of information for expatriates. Their international team of experienced volunteers can provide practical information, advice and support to assist with all aspects of moving to, or living in The Netherlands. To find out more please visit their website: ACCESS