The program will take place on 20 – 25 January 2019. It starts on Sunday and finish on Friday. The brief description of the activities for each day is below.
|SUNDAY||The arrival of participants. There will be no workshops on Sunday, however, depending on arrival time of participants we will arrange an informal meeting where participants can meet each other.|
|MONDAY||Introduction and Workshops
Introduction day – participants will get to know each other and learn about everyone’s experience in the field of youth entrepreneurship.
Workshops – workshops on youth entrepreneurship.
Workshop on youth entrepreneurship, youth participation in business, youth start-ups.
|WEDNESDAY||Visits to organizations
The participants will visit organizations to learn more about the opportunities for youth entrepreneurship. We also will meet with founders of successful start-ups who will share the experience and tips on the development of youth entrepreneurship.
|THURSDAY||Discussions, results and follow up.
We will discuss the experience in the organizations and how it can be applied.
The participants will share their ideas on the development of start-ups and receive feedback.
We will share information about the grants for youth entrepreneurship, the ways to find partners (Europe Enterprise Network). We will also share information regarding the regulations for youth entrepreneurship in the Netherlands. Information about the scholarships for business education in the Netherlands (particularly – MBA).
Together with participants we will discuss the follow-up and the ways to keep in touch and support each other in future.
Depending on the times of the departure of participants informal activities can be organized.
Detailed program with the information about all the workshops and visits to the organizations will be provided to selected participants before the beginning of the program.
The fees for the workshop are
|Registration fee||50 euro/person. Free for member of AYFN. (Your are not a member? SIGN UP now!!)|
|Program fee||550 euro /person|
The program fee includes:
- Accommodation (in Amsterdam)
- The course (including all the cost materials)
- Meals (breakfast, lunch and coffee-breaks)
- The Flight tickets to and from the Netherlands
- Extra meals are not included in the price
- Insurance additionally
- Airport pick and transfer (extra cost is 50 euro/way)
Scheme of payment:
|First payment||50 euro||Registration fee|
|Second payment||275 euro||This payment is to confirm your attendance and reserve slot. We will like to produce Visa Invitation in order to process your Visa|
|Third payment||275 euro||When arrival in Amsterdam|
In order to apply for the program – please FILL APPLICATION ONLINE HERE
- All nationalities
- Must be between 15 – 30 years old
- Able to travel to Amsterdam during the program
- Able to afford the program fee and others expenses
- Physical healthy
Deadline of registration is 20 December 2018
First come, first serviced basis. Limited for 20 participants only.
We provide a visa invitation for the visa to the Netherlands. Please note – visa invitation is not a visa – with the invitation that we will send, you will still need to go to the closest Dutch Consulate and apply for a visa.
Together with the visa invitation you will need to provide other documents – usually those documents include passport, passport size photo, filled application form, insurance, proof of means, proof of work/study and other documents. The list of the documents might slightly differ depending on the country where you apply for a visa. Please check the website of the closest Dutch Consulate to see what is the list of the documents you need to prepare.
In most of cases before applying for a visa you need to make an appointment at the Consulate. Some times you can only make an appointment 1-2 months in advance. We recommend you to contact the Consulate as soon as possible to make an appointment.
The fee for the visa might differ depending on the country where you apply – you might have your visa free of charge or might need to pay for it 35 or 60 euro. Those are the fees in case you apply for a visa directly at the Consulate. If you apply via Visa Center of the Dutch Consulate, Visa Center, Travel agency or another organization – those organizations might charge extra fees for their services.
If you submit all the requested documents on time the chance for the rejection of a visa is very small. In our experience the visas are mostly rejected if an applicant provides false information to the Consulate. This could be the major reason for rejections. We kindly ask you to check the documents before the application and make sure you only provide the correct information to the Consulate and in that case you most probably will receive a visa without any difficulties.
And of course if you have any questions regarding the visa application procedure we would be happy to assist at any stage of your application!
The program will be organized by our partner in Amsterdam, namely The Netherlands School for Innovative Education, Group of Utrecht Consulting, Amsterdam.
For inquiries: Mr. Setiawan +62 857 2926 8734 (WhatApp and call) or email@example.com