5 handpicked scholarships for you in the Netherlands!

September 12, 2023

Study abroad buzz is everywhere, after carefully selecting the best-suited courses, country and college for yourself, the discussion boils down to expenses. The Netherlands is a diverse country with an English-speaking population and welcomes international students. Universities intend to foster different communities, student hubs, and host parties in accordance with the preferences of the students. The university culture of the country is such that you can interact with your professors casually without any formalities, encouraging clear communications and exchange of ideas between students and professors.

Here are some scholarships that can help ease your monetary burden:

  • NL scholarship: It is a scholarship exclusively for non-EEA students. You can apply for this scholarship if you don’t already have a degree from an educational institution in the Netherlands. The scholarship can cover your bachelors or masters programme, if you stand up to the requirements set by the university you have applied for.
  • Orange Knowledge Program: It covers both higher education and vocational education. The scholarship helps with living expenses and other costs like tuition, visa, travel, insurance, etc. If there is any difference between the scholarship amount, the actual cost is to be paid by the individual.
  • UTRECHT University Excellence: The scholarship will cover your entire tuition fee for the program. You are eligible for the scholarship if you do not hold an EEA passport and are among the top 10% of your graduating class with proof of excellence.
  • Tu Delft scholarship: Numerous excellence scholarship programs are available to international students from the Delft University of Technology. One of these programs, the Justus & Louise van Effen scholarship, provides financial aid to outstanding overseas MSc students who aspire to attend TU Delft. The scholarship covers both the cost of tuition and a monthly living stipend. The eligibility criteria requires a prestigious Dutch or accredited international university degree. A minimum TOEFL iBT score of 90 (with 21 in each section) or IELTS scores of 6.5 overall (6.0 in each band).
  • Erasmus University MBA scholarship: It is a partially funded scholarship for international students who fit in the eligibility. The scholarship offers up to 50% of tuition fees. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree, 3+ years of postgraduate experience, GMAT/GRE scores, English proficiency and intercultural aptitude. The application must be filled out within the program deadlines.

The article highlights a selection of carefully curated scholarships available in the Netherlands. These opportunities encompass various academic disciplines and are tailored to attract international students, offering financial support and fostering cultural exchange in one of Europe’s premier education destinations.

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