Radboud University offers a variety of scholarships to exceptional Bachelor’s and Master’s students. These scholarships can substantially reduce tuition fees and, in certain cases, can be used to cover other expenses.
Tuition fees in 2017-2018
There are two types of tuition fees charged by the university, varying in amount based on the nationality of the student and the programme they are enrolling in.
Legal tuition fee applies to EU/EEA students and is defined by the Dutch government. For the 2017-2018 study year, students will be required to pay €2,006 per year.
Institutional tuition fees apply to non-EU/EEA students and are defined by the university itself. These fees can vary from €6,957 to €16,858 for Bachelor’s programmes and from €9,432 to €16,858 for Master’s programmes.
See the "Tuition fees 2017-2018" section on Radboud University’s website for specific details regarding your programme of choice.
Outstanding non-EU/EEA students are eligible for the university’s various scholarships which can reduce tuition fees either partially or in full.
Radboud Scholarship Programme
Radboud University awards scholarships to non-EU/EEA students who have excellent study results and are highly motivated to complete a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at the university.
|Radboud Scholarships in 2017-2018||Bachelor’s programmes||Master’s programmes|
|Number of scholarships||16||30|
|Scholarship amounts||Tuition fee reduction to €2,006||Tuition fee reduction to €2,006|
|Duration||one year||one or two years|
|Application deadline||1st April||1st April|
The Radboud Scholarships also covers all expenses regarding entry visas, residence permits, health insurance and liability insurance (approximately € 700).
See the lists of Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes available for the Radboud Scholarships, as well as selection criteria and application details on the university’s website.
Other scholarships at Radboud University
There are also a number of other partial and full bursaries available for Master’s programmes at Radboud University. These are provided by the university’s faculties, the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Sciences, and Radboud’s partner institutions around the world. Some of them are limited to students coming from certain countries while others are only available to students enrolling in particular programmes.
To explore all of the scholarship opportunities offered at Radboud University Nijmegen, please visit the "Scholarships and Grants" page on the university’s site.