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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.


NHTV Breda University has updated information about tuition fees and scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year. New Bachelor's students from outside of EU/EEA can apply for the NHTV Breda’s scholarships and save up to € 7500 in total.


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.


Online Open Days, also called interactive Study Abroad Webinars, offered by The Study Abroad Portal are becoming increasingly popular.


As of 2017, VU University Amsterdam will offer a new Bachelor’s programme in Psychology, taught in English. The programme takes three years to complete and leads to a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree.



As a result of a research based on the 2016-2017 enrolments, we are happy to announce a noticeable increase in the percentage of first-year international students at Radboud University. The rate of these students grew to 21%, compared to the 12% of last year.


Dutch universities has began to accept applications for the Holland Scholarships. Within the framework of this bursary, 768 non-EEA international students enrolled in certain Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes at Dutch universities in the 2017-2018 study year will receive a one-time grant worth € 5,000.


International students applying for the Master’s programmes at VU University Amsterdam may also apply for the university’s scholarships. Scholarships are tuition fee waivers and do not cover living costs and other expenses.


Elsevier Magazine publishes a ranking of Dutch universities of applied sciences and research universities every year. The score of each university is heavily based on the results of the annual National Student Questionnaire (Nationale Studenten Enquete, or NSE).


Our society is based on electronic technologies. Medical robots help to diagnose and cure diseases. Sensor systems automatise production. Web applications enable communication from anywhere in the world. That is why engineers are on the edge of social progress and results of their work directly affect our lives.