Some suggestion: If you can't finance yourself with more than 300.000 RMB, stay home.
From this year on, you can't not bypass the agent, neso. Anyway, compared with other agents, Neso is more or less trustworth, but I don't like them, that was the reason I applied directly 2 years ago.Anyway, there is new policy this year, you have to register in Neso in order to get a visa. Very stupid regulation.
According to your qualifications, you might be required to start as a first year student, that means, you have to study 3 years to get a bachelor, 5500 Euro tuition fee + 4500-5500 living expenses at least per year.
Prepare 30000 Euro for 3 year study here.
Compared with UK, the University education here is very strict, you can't expect a easy life. Even a 10 hour partime job can have a big negative impact on your study.
To study Economics, Tilburg, as I am following,
To study Business, Erasmus or Tilburg, depending how you like the life style.
Rarely, except Chinese Restaurants, Cleaning etc.
Not likely, most of teachers speak fluent English, some of them close to native. For those in Economics department, English is compulsory in order to do research. Some teachers speak english with foreign accents, like Italian or German, but that does not mean their english is bad.
Most of newspaper is Dutch. Most of programs in TV are English.So far, I do not have any trouble in shopping, dealing with various officials, ......
Summary, not a good idea to study in Tilburg if : you just want a degree. stay at home. You just want to improve English, go to UK or canada.
Not a good idea to study in UK, if your pocket is not deep enough, and if you don't like parties, chatting with guys-----you can't improve your English too much on class. But compared to Netherlands, the degree is easy to get in UK.