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Wittenborg offers scholarships for Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes

Grants 28 November 2016, 09:30

Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences awards bursaries to exceptional students enrolled in the university’s degree programmes. The bursaries partially reduce tuition fees and are available for both current and new students at Wittenborg. Only one scholarship can be used at a time by students.

Students at Wittenborg's main campus in ApeldoornWittenborg University of Applied Sciences awards bursaries to exceptional students enrolled in the university’s degree programmes. The bursaries partially reduce tuition fees and are available for both current and new students at Wittenborg. Only one scholarship can be used at a time by students.

There are 3 types of bursaries available at Wittenborg University. They are:

  • Wittenborg Funds,
  • Holland Scholarship, and
  • Orange Tulip Scholarship.

Wittenborg Funds

Outstanding EU and non-EU students wishing to enroll in an English-taught study at Wittenborg University can apply for the following university funds:

  • Wittenborg Gold Scholarship (€ 1500 fee reduction),
  • Wittenborg Silver Scholarship (€ 1000 fee reduction),
  • Wittenborg Bronze Scholarship (€ 500 fee reduction), and
  • Wittenborg Graduate Fund (€ 3000 fee reduction for the Master of Science programmes or the Wittenborg MBA).

To be eligible for these bursaries, the candidate must be enrolled in a programme at Wittenborg, must have excellent English language skills (IELTS 6.5), and must receive high study results (an average grade of 8 out of 10). Students will also need 2 recommendation letters from teachers or employers in order to receive one of these bursaries.

A € 2000 scholarship is also available for Shanghai Business School students enrolled in a Master's programme at Wittenborg.

Holland Scholarship

Wittenborg University provides 20 one-time grants, worth € 5000 each, through the Holland Scholarship programme. This programme is run by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in cooperation with EP-Nuffic and 48 higher education institutions in the Netherlands.

These bursaries are offered to new non-EU/EEA students applying for a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme at a participating university. Candidates must have excellent IELTS results (at least 7.0) and an average grade of 8 (out of 10). Since students can begin a Bachelor’s programme at Wittenborg during one of 6 entry points throughout the year, there is no deadline for the Holland Scholarship application.

Orange Tulip Scholarship

Wittenborg University also awards Orange Tulip Scholarships for students from China, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, Brazil, and Korea. Scholarship amounts and application conditions depend on the country and chosen study. The OTS programme is offered in cooperation with Nuffic Neso Offices and the embassies in those countries.

For more details about Wittenborg’s bursaries and how to apply, please visit the university’s website.

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