News about education in the Netherlands
The University of Amsterdam offers a number of scholarships to Dutch and international students. These scholarships are available for UvA Master’s programmes and can partially or fully cover tuition fees and living expenses.
Nuffic, the Dutch organisation dedicated to international cooperation at the higher education level, offers a collection of scholarships called the Orange Tulip Scholarships. These grants are awarded from various Dutch higher education institutions, multinationals, and government institutes to non-EU/EEA students from certain countries.
Next May 23rd-24th, Nyenrode will host a Business Game in cooperation with Heineken. During this 2-day event at the estate of Nyenrode, potential students of the Master of Science in Management program can get a feel of the total Nyenrode experience and will have a chance to win a full tuition scholarship.
New non-EU students, applying to a Bachelor’s programme at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, may be eligible for one of university bursaries, Saxion Talent Scholarship or Saxion Top Talent Scholarship. Students who passed their first year can also apply for the Extended Saxion Talent Scholarship.
Want to study at the Liberal Arts and Sciences college in the Netherlands but cannot afford it? Amsterdam University College offers scholarships that can cover the tuition fee for the LAS Bachelor’s programme and are worth up to € 15,000 per year.
Hanze University of Applied Sciences provides a € 3,500 scholarship for non-EU/EEA students with top grades after the first year of education. Students who are granted this type of bursary will receive the amount each year of their study programme’s duration.
The World MBA Tour will come to Amsterdam’s Doubletree by Hilton Hotel on Tuesday, March 11th. This tour showcases the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) programmes at some of the biggest and best business schools in the world. It is also a chance to receive a scholarship for your future MBA!
NHTV Breda has updated its information about tuition fees and scholarships for Bachelor’s programmes for the 2014-2015 academic year. New students from outside of the EU/EEA who wish to pursue one of the offered Bachelor's studies can also apply for NHTV Breda’s scholarship programme and save up to € 7500 total.
The Hague University of Applied Sciences introduces 54 World Citizen Talent Scholarships for non-European students applying for undergraduate courses for the 2014/15 academic year. Prove you are a world citizen and win a one-time grant of € 5,000!
Non-EU students automatically qualify for a €2500 scholarship from the HAN Talent Scholarship Programme at Han University in their first year.