Internationalisation in higher education covers several topics. First of all, it concerns the internationalisation of study programmes in the Netherlands. The supply of international programmes is increasing and more and more institutions are embedding internationalisation in their business operations. Secondly, internationalisation in higher education is about outgoing mobility. More and more Dutch students go abroad for (part of) their studies. In addition, there is incoming mobility, which means that international students study in the Netherlands for all or part of their studies. Finally, internationalisation is also about European legislation in the field of education. Despite the fact that education is not a direct competence of the European Union, a lot has already been jointly determined through harmonisation legislation. This concerns, for example, the recognition of each other’s diplomas and the general implementation of the bachelor-master structure.