No, when going on holiday you need to arrange the transport yourself. You can of course ask one of your housemates to bring you to the airport/bus station.

Yes, our coordinators will pick you up from the airport or from the train/bus station. They will drive you to the accommodation. This is a one time service.

No, this is against our policy. Please come to the Netherlands with enough money to support yourself for the first 2 weeks, until you get your first salary.

Yes, but only in the Netherlands.

Yes, after 8 worked weeks you start to build up pension rights through the Stipp Basic plan and after 34 worked weeks through the Stipp Plus plan.

DigiD is an online identity management platform that government agencies in the Netherlands, including the Tax and Customs Administration and Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs, can use to verify the identity of Dutch residents. You can apply for it on the government website.

Opening a Dutch bank account is subject to the banks’ policy. Normally you can, by making an appointment at the chosen bank. All documents needed from Eastmen will be provided.

A BSN (burgerservicenummer) is the citizen service number, a unique registration number for everyone who lives in the Netherlands.

No, the BSN number is a unique number and it cannot be deleted or changed. You do not need to renew it.