International Student Network Amsterdam is looking for students (UvA or AUAS) who would like to run a large dynamic international, student-run organization!

Every new study year, a new board will be responsible for ISN Amsterdam. Do you think you are able to run one of the largest international student organisations in the Netherlands? Are you motivated to get the most out of your student experience in Amsterdam and are you looking for opportunities to build your CV and gain international experience? Then apply for a board position* with International Student Network Amsterdam until 22 April


ISN Amsterdam is an organization responsible for helping all international students studying at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and University of Applied Sciences (HvA). ISN Amsterdam is a section of the worldwide organization ESN (Erasmus Student Network), which is active in 37 countries. We organize events and activities for 2500 students per year. Joining our team as a committee member will allow you  to broaden your network, gain experience in working within a professional, internationally orientated organization, get the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and, last but not least: have a whole lot of fun while working for ISN Amsterdam! A committee member position is volunteer based and will cost you about 8 hours per week.

Do you have any general questions about ISN Amsterdam? Send an email to 



The board of Amsterdam exists of 8 board members:

Below you can find more information about the different positions that are available. Moreover, in April we organise several Board Information Evenings during which you can learn about what it is like to be an ISN board member and to ask all of your questions to the current board. Keep an eye on our Facebook page to stay updated about the Board Information Evenings and other ISN events.


*We can only accept students studying at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences or University of Amsterdam who are in their second year of studies or higher. Moreover, for several board positions, fluency in reading, speaking and writing Dutch is required. However, we also have some positions available for international students who stay in Amsterdam for at least one study year.