Expat Clubs in The Netherlands
Not-for-profit organization supporting the Expat Community in The Netherlands.
Asociacion Hispanica De La Haya
Spanish Association presenting films, musical events, lectures etc.
Alliance Francaise De La Haye
The French Alliance represents the first global cultural network.
American Netherlands Club Of Rotterdam
An international non-profit organisation club of 75 women from 23 different countries.
American Women’s Club Of Amsterdam
A non-profit, volunteer organization providing friendship and support among American women, as well as non-American women with close ties to the United States, who are living in the Netherlands.
American Women’s Club Of The Hague
Visit the American Women’s Club of the Hague to meet other expats, check their library and gift shop, upcoming events and much more.
British Club Of The Hague
The British Club of The Hague has a large and varied membership of all ages. Most members are British or Commonwealth by birth, naturalisation or marriage.
British Society of Amsterdam
British society serving the expatriate community since 1920.
Canadian Club in the Netherlands
CCN is a group that provides social, cultural and educational activities for Canadians residing in the Netherlands.
Central Bureau Voor Genealogie
The CBG is the ideal starting point for most research into Dutch ancestors or Dutch migrants who settled in other countries in the world.
Club Of Amsterdam
The Club of Amsterdam is an independent international, future-oriented think tank involved in channeling preferred futures.
Expat community for Scandinavians in Europe.
Connecting Women Based In Den Haag
Connecting Women aims to provide a forum for motivating and supporting professional and internationally aware women in the paid and unpaid sectors.
Information portal for the Eindhoven region.
Also arrange meetings/gathering for expats.
Eindhoven Expats Meetup Group
Expat group focusing in the Eindhoven region, organizing regular events for various tastes.
Foreign Exchange – ICON
ICON (International Contact Nijmegen, formerly known as Foreign Exchange) is a social club for expatriates and members of the international community based in the Nijmegen / Arnhem area of Gelderland.
Francais Du Monde – ADFE Section Pays-Bas
ADFE Section Pays-Bas supports the French citizens that live or plan to live in the Netherlands.
French Women’s Club, Amsterdam
Founded in 1970, Amsterdam Home , affiliated with the International Federation of French -speaking Receptions Abroad (F.I.A.F.E.) aims to facilitate the adaptation of newcomers and forge close ties and friendship between all Francophones and Francophiles.
Genootschap Nederland-Engeland, GNE
The GNE is a Dutch society which aims at promoting friendly relations between Greenland and the Netherlands.
Greek Community In Amsterdam
The Greek Community in Amsterdam helps its members and the Greeks that look forward to be established in Amsterdam by providing information and further support.
Hertogenbosch International Women’s Club
HIWC is a social club for English speaking women living in and around Den Bosch.
Indian Expat Society
A platform for Indian professionals living in The Netherlands.
A comprehensive portal in India centric information.
English speaking group whose aim is to connect and build essential social networks with people who understand the unique situation of being a foreigner in this modern Dutch city.
International Contact Nijmegen (ICON)
ICON (International Contact Nijmegen, formerly known as Foreign Exchange) is a social club for expatriates and members of the international community based in the Nijmegen/Arnhem area of Gelderland.
International Women’s Club of Breda
The International Women’s Club of Breda was founded in September of 1969. It was originally called the British and American Ladies Club. Now we have 50-60 members from about 17 different countries with an age range from 20’s to 80’s. We’re single, married, working or full- time mothers. We’re retired, have grandchildren or are devoted to our hobbies.
International Women’s Club Eindhoven
The IWCE is a non-commercial, non-political and non-denominational organization that promotes networking between English speaking women from many different countries.
International Women’s Club Of South Limburg
The primary purpose of the Club is to bring together women of all nationalities living in the area of South Limburg, promoting friendship, sharing mutual interests and extending support and information to newcomers.
International Women’s Club Of Utrecht
The International Women’s Contact Utrecht (IWCU) was established in June 1992 to promote contact between English-speaking women living in the Netherlands. Our purpose is to give women a chance to meet each other, exchange information and socialize.
International Women’s Club Zeeland
WIGZ is open to women of every nationality looking to meet new friends, socialise and take part in the many activities they organise where the common currency of communication is the English language.
International Women’s Contact Of Amsterdam
The Club also helps members who come to Holland to settle in, enjoy their new environment and gain a better understanding of Dutch life and culture.
International Women’s Contact The Hague
The International Women’s Contact The Hague, founded in 1978, has an international flavour as its members are from around 60 countries.
InTouch is an informal, family friendly group based in Rotterdam that aims to assist English speaking families in making friends and settling into life in the Netherlands.
Irish Club of the Netherlands
With the growing number of Irish people settling in the Netherlands and continental Europe, this club plays a central role in providing cultural and social links with the Irish community in many parts of Europe.
MyHaarlem started at the end of 2002 in Haarlem and aims at building up and expanding members’ network of friends.
The Legal Aliens social group organizes events to suit people of all ages and backgrounds in the Randstad region.
(NAWC) The North American Women’s Club of Eindhoven
A group of North American and Canadian women aiming to provide members with basic information that will aid in easing their international transition to The Netherlands.
The Netherlands-India association is a friendship and cultural organization related to these two countries.
Newcomers Club – Netherlands
Helps integrate new residents into the local community through social events, interest groups and children’s activities.
Noord Holland International Friendship Club
NHIFC is a group of Dutch Nationals and English speaking Expatriates with like-minded ideas aiming at helping others to blend more easily into Dutch culture.
Oxford and Cambridge Society of NL
The aims of this website are to inform members (and others who may be interested) of the activities of the society and to enable members to keep in touch.
Stichting Centro Latinoamericano de Orientaci√≥n
Portal for Latin Americans in Eindhoven.
The Amsterdam Expat Meetup Group
This is a social club for Amsterdam expats with an international membership that includes both recently relocated Expats and long term residents.
The International Women’s Club of South Limburg
The International Women’s Club of South Limburg in the Netherlands was founded in February 1985 as a non-profit organisation. The primary purpose of the Club is to bring together women of all nationalities living in the area of South Limburg, promoting friendship, sharing mutual interests and extending support and information to newcomers.
International Women’s Club of Rotterdam (Pickwick)
The International Women’s Club of Rotterdam (Pickwick) is a convivial meeting place for women who have English as their mother tongue, or have a good command of the English language. Whether you have been in Holland for many years, or are here for just a short time.
We are an English-speaking social club based in Utrecht that has an added bonus – we provide a fun and friendly learn-by-doing environment which enables you to develop public speaking and presentation skills in a comfortable, supportive environment. We have fun, we socialise and we learn. Guests are always welcome so please come along and visit.
General Links for The Netherlands
Information in English on living in The Netherlands.
Amsterdam Expats provides practical information for expatriates coming to, or living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Expat network providing essential information regarding moving to and living in The Netherlands.
This website is directed toward the international resident and family living in the Northern Netherlands.
Cosmo-Polite gives expatriates and repatriates the opportunity to meet like-minded individuals via events throughout the week.
European Professional Women’s Network (EPWN) – Amsterdam
An international networking association for professional women in the Netherlands. We offer an open platform for members to communicate and share expertise through organized monthly meetings and informal networking sessions.
The international community’s home away from home on the web. It is a must-read for English-speaking expatriates and internationals across Europe, providing a tailored local news service and essential information on living in, working in or moving to your country of choice.
Expat TV Show
Television show specifically for expatriates in The Hague (and its surroundings) in The Netherlands.
Global Connection originated from the voluntary Heineken Partner Network (HPN). The HPN was initiated in 1993 by ex- expatriate partners from Heineken, who realised that the experience they gained living abroad, was worth sharing with their successors.
Haarlem Shuffle started in 2002 to provide an online focal point for expats in Haarlem and gradually expanded to include more general information useful to tourists and travelers.
I Am Expat
Our mission it to become the point of reference for everyone seeking expat-related information in the country. Currently, we provide information about career, housing, official issues, education, lifestyle and much more.
International Social Club
The International Social Club organizes regular events bringing international minded professionals together in various relaxed social settings ranging from cocktail and wine evenings to the occasional party.
Kea New Zealand
New Zealand¬¥s global talent network connects with more than 25.000 talented New Zealanders in the Netherlands.
MovetoNetherlands Travel & Relocation Guide
This website is aimed to help all those who seek general information about the Netherlands. It gives a general view of tourist activities in Holland and provides useful hints and tips to those who intend to relocate to the Netherlands.
My Destination is a global travel resource powered by a diverse community of local experts on the ground, providing unrivalled local knowledge and unique local deals.
New to Holland
New to Holland is a government web portal providing information intended for foreign persons who are considering moving to the Netherlands to live, work or study. The site lists steps to be taken in chronological order, so that those planning a move there will know what needs to be arranged prior to departure for the Netherlands, directly after arrival and in subsequent months.
This site is a useful English language source of general info and quality articles on the Netherlands and the Dutch way of life. Written and compiled by resident English speakers, the content reflects a unique insider’s perspective.
A website full of information and useful tips for those going to The Netherlands for the first time.
Parenting in Holland
Ideal for first time parents, international parents of younger children new to the Netherlands.
Women’s Business Initiative International
We are an incubator and business center in The Netherlands, for entrepreneurial women, providing networking opportunities, facilities, expertise, and professional development in an international environment.
XPAT.NL is a site with many points of interest that will make your stay behind the dikes and the dunes an enjoyable one and will help you find your way through the jungle of written and unwritten rules, customs, habits and traditions that this country has. On this site you will find an archive of the quarterly magazine The XPat Journal, as well as summaries of the chapters of The Holland Handbook containing a large amount of basic information and hundreds of references that will give you a better understanding of life in the Netherlands.
International Schools in The Netherlands
A full list of international Schools in The Netherlands can be found here:
American International School of Rotterdam
Amsterdam International Community School
The American School of The Hague
The British School in the Netherlands
International School of Amsterdam
Stichting Internationaal Onderwijs
The site of the Foundation for International Education in The Netherlands.
The Int’l School of Hilversum (Ages 4-18)
The Violen International Primary School, Hilversum (Ages 4-12)
International Women Groups in The Netherlands