Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) • Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) is a research institute located in the North part of Holland, particularly in Amsterdam. The school was founded in 1864 and is currently continuing the mission set by Frederick Willem van Eeden who is a botanist, which is to research and hold artefacts that are gathered from the Dutch colonies.
The building where the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) is located is actually considered as one of Amsterdam’s national heritage. This is because it was once the home of the “Grüne Polizei” during the world war II. Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)'s mission is to enhance and improve the development of agencies in developed and developing countries. They also put a lot of attention when it comes to developing intercultural professionals, gender, and health units.
The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) is definitely an independent educational institution focused on developing high-quality education, international cooperation and of course – hospitality that is more focused on sustainable development. This is because they found the need to help poor countries to be able to develop their own system and solutions for the betterment of their country.
To know more about Royal Tropical Institute’s programs and curriculums, admission requirements and more, you may visit their main website for more information.