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All children between 5 and 18 years old in the Netherlands have to go to school (Until you have obtained a secondary school diploma. If you are between 16-18 and have a secondary diploma, you are no longer obligated to go to school). But even if you are older than 18, you may need to obtain a diploma: If you are unemployed and apply for benefits, you may be required to get a diploma until you are 27.

There are various educational options for asylum seekers.

All children in the Netherlands have to go to school, regardless of their residence status. In the Netherlands, children up to the age of 18 have compulsory education until they have obtained a secondary education diploma.

You can register your child at any school. The school will check whether your child can be admitted. Your child may first go to a "Schakelklas" (transition class) or "Kopklas" to learn the Dutch language. See "Schakelklas & Kopklas (Transition class)" for more information RefugeeHelp

School for Ukrainian children

For all children without a residence permit, it is stated that they, just like Dutch children, are subject to compulsory education from the age of 5 until the age of 18. Parents are allowed to sign their children into any school. The school will then decide whether the pupil can be admitted or whether he or she must first attend a transitional class to improve his or her language level.