Living in Ede
Ede is a lively city and closely situated near Arnhem, Wageningen and Utrecht. Ede has 102,000 inhabitants living in an area of 32,000 hectares, including large natural areas with moors, forests interspacing small, picturesque agrarian communities Ede has a railway station where trains leaves every 15 minutes to cities like Arnhem, Utrecht, Nijmegen, etc.
The bicycle is the cheapest and easiest way to get around, especially if you live in a city. Most Dutch people, regardless of their profession or status, have a bicycle. CHE is located in the southern part of Ede, close to the A12 Highway (Utrecht - Arnhem). Travel from the international airport Schiphol (Amsterdam) to Ede takes about one hour by car or train, from the station it is a ten minutes’ walk to the school premises.
There are many churches and religious organisations in Ede. Most share the Christian identity the CHE adheres to. For information on English-spoken services, please contact the International office.
Like most Dutch institutes of higher education, the CHE has no campus with student housing. Most students of CHE live with their parents or rent an apartment in Ede or the neighbouring towns of Bennekom, Wageningen (home of Wageningen Agricultural University). Foreign students can contact the International office for assistance in finding accommodation. The office has several options, including a student hostel near the university building, arranged by inHOLLAND support.
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