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Radboud Scholarship Programme
The Radboud Scholarship Programme offers a selected number of talented prospective non-EEA students the opportunity to receive a scholarship to pursue an English-taught Master's degree programme at Radboud University Nijmegen.
1. talent: this means that you must have outstanding study results in your present field of study;
2. expected to be a promising students in your desired field of study at Radboud University;
3. proven academic quality and good results of your prior education for example through grades, test scores, publications.
4. quality of the recommendations in the two letters of recommendation;
5. motivation: based on your motivation letter.
The Radboud Scholarship Programme is very selective and is only intended for talented students who have obtained outstanding study results and are highly motivated to pursue a Master's degree programme at Radboud University.
You must have finalized your request for admission via our online application system OSIRIS Incoming Students before 1 April 2016.
The scholarship is not paid in money but instead covers the additional non-EEA expenses.
The tuition fee will be waived to the level of an EEA student. For example: a grant holder in 2015/2016 will pay a tuition fee of only €1,951, instead of €9,685 or €10,633. In addition the Radboud Scholarship also covers costs such as those for visa, residence permit, health insurance and liability insurance. This amounts to about €700.
The number of awards is optional, depending on the number of applications.
Learn more about other applicable scholarship programmes on the website of Radboud University.
The application for admission and the application for the scholarship is fully integrated, there is no separate procedure for the scholarship. You apply for a Radboud Scholarship by indicating during your application for admission that you wish to apply for a Radboud Scholarship. You will then be requested to upload three additional documents: two recommendation letters and a curriculum vitae.
Partial tuition waiver: The tuition fee will be waived to the level of an EEA student. In addition the Radboud Scholarship also covers costs such as those for visa, residence permit, health insurance and liability insurance. This amounts to about €700.
Expected April 2017
Theology Scholarships for Excellent International Students
The Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies offers 6 scholarships to excellent students from abroad, wishing to start the Master’s programme in Theology on 1 September 2016.
Students wishing to start on 1 September 2016 are asked to submit their application before 18 April 2016 to Ms. Godelief de Jong.
Each scholarship covers full tuition (€ 1,984) for all students regardless of nationality, in addition to a stipend of € 5,516 to help cover accommodation expenses, for a total amount of € 7,500. In case of good study results it can be renewed for the second and third year.
Expected April 2017
NN Future Matters Scholarship
- You are from the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Luxembourg, Poland, Greece, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary or Bulgaria.
- You are applying for a Master’s in Economics (any specialisation) at Radboud University.
- You are starting your Master’s studies in September 2016.
- You meet the admission requirements of the Master’s in Economics at Radboud University.
- You have an average grade of 7 (out of 10) on your BA or BA equivalent.
- You are a first generation academic, i.e. no parent or guardian has earned a bachelor’s (or equivalent) degree in your family.
- Preferably you have not yet studied or worked abroad before.
Students can download the Application form and the Final statement, fill them in, print, sign and scan, and together with these documents:
- 1 motivation letter for the programme and for the scholarship,
- 2 reference letters,
- Transcript of Grades (legally certified coopy/translation in Dutch, German or English),
- English language proficiency proof (if applicable),
- A copy of your passport/ID,
- Attach to your digital application to the Master’s in Economics.
The scholarship amounts to € 5,000. You will receive € 4,500 in two instalments of € 2,250 each in the first year of your master's studies. You will receive the remaining € 500 towards the end of your studies.
Expected May 2017
Holland Scholarship Programme
The Holland Scholarship (HS) gives excellent students the opportunity to study at Radboud University. The HS is open to students with the following nationalities: Canadian, American, Indian and Turkish. All English-taught Master’s programmes are eligible for the HS.
You can apply for the Holland Scholarship at Radboud University when you apply for a Master's programme in Osiris. That means that the application for admission and the application for the scholarship are fully integrated.
Value of scholarship
3,63,792 total value
Expected May 2017
Erasmus Mundus Scholarship for the Master's in PLANET Europe
This Erasmus Mundus scholarship at Radboud University Nijmegen is available for the Joint Master's Programme PLANET Europe, a two-year full-time integrated European Master's programme on European spatial planning, environmental policies and regional development.
This scholarship is for excellent students, and requires excellent grades in students' previous education, good motivation and recommendation letters, etc.
This scholarship covers travel, participation, subsistence costs, and, in addition, EEA students receive €500 and non-EEA students receive €1,000 per month for other expenses.
1 December 2016
Erasmus Mundus Scholarship for the Master's in System Dynamics
Erasmus Mundus is a scholarship programme from the European Union available to talented students from inside and outside the EU. Its goal is to promote the attractiveness of European higher education throughout the world, and to establish Europe as a setting 'par excellence' for higher education.
This Erasmus Mundus scholarship at Radboud University Nijmegen can be obtained for the Joint European Master's Programme in System Dynamics. This programme is a two year full-time Master's programme coordinated by Radboud University.
Several Erasmus Mundus scholarships (both non-EEA and EEA, funded with support from the European Commission) are offered within the programme. Students will, during their master's programme, travel to University of Bergen (Norway), University of Palermo (Italy), New University of Lisbon (Portugal) and/or Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands).
This scholarship is for excellent students, and requires excellent grades in students' previous education, good motivation and recommendation letters, etc. The deadline to apply for this scholarship is 1st December.
This scholarship covers tuition fees, travel costs, installation costs, insurance, and, in addition, EEA students receive € 500 and non-EEA students receive € 1,000 per month for other expenses.
1 December 2016
Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities - Master's programme in Computing Science
To be eligible to apply, applicants must:
- Be currently enrolled at a university in Europe for the 2015-2016 academic year
- Intend to be enrolled or accepted as a full-time student in a Bachelor's, Master's or PhD programme at a university in Europe for the 2016-2017 academic year
- Be studying Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Informatics, or a closely related technical ﬁeld
- Maintain a strong academic record
- Exemplify leadership and a passion for Computer Science and technology
- Have a disability (deﬁned as a long-term or recurring issue that impacts one or more major activities that others may consider a daily function). This deﬁnition also includes the perception among others that a disability exists.
For more information, visit the Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities website.
Recipients of the Google Scholarship for Students with Disabilities will each receive a €7,000 scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year.
31 December 2016
Dutch Student Finance
Students who are enrolled in a regular, full-time degree programme (i.e. a programme that is part of the regular Dutch higher education system and is financed by the Dutch government) may, depending on their nationality or residence permit, be eligible for Dutch student finance.
Dutch student finance consists of four components: a basic grant, a supplementary grant (depending on the parental income), a student travel product, and a loan. Everyone who is entitled to student finance receives a basic grant and a student travel product. Additionally you can apply for a supplementary grant and a loan. You can also apply for a loan for the payment of your tuition fee.
For EU/EEA students and Swiss students under 30 years of age, you are eligible if you are working at least 56 hours per month in the Netherlands, or have been living in the Netherlands for five years or more.
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Global Study Awards
The Global Study Awards will be offered to 9 students who will be starting their studies in 2016. From the eligible candidates the Global Study Awards holders should:
- be 18 years or over
- have taken an IELTS test at a British Council centre, and receive an official Test Report Form (TRF) issued by the British Council
- have a valid International Student Identity Card (ISIC) and/or International Youth Travel Card (IYTC)
- plan to enrol on a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate programme abroad between
- 1 January 2016 and 30 April 2016 or 1 August 2016 and 31 October 2016
- provide an acceptance letter from the relevant institution.
Up to four awards will be granted in the first round: open from 15 August 2015 to 30 November 2015 for students starting their studies abroad between 1 January 2016 and 30 April 2016.
Up to five awards with be granted in the second round: open from 15 January 2016 to 30 June 2016 for students starting their studies abroad between 1 August 2016 and 31 October 2016.
An individual global study award has a maximum value of £10,000
Radboud University Medical Center Study Fund
Eligibility for a study fund scholarship depends on the interview results, the results from your previous education, and (if applicable) your work experience. Scholarship candidates usually rank among the best 5% of their class.
The Radboud University Medical Center Study Fund covers any (outstanding) tuition fees and living expenses. For 2015/2016 the scholarship amounts to €12,271, assuming the student is a non-EU student who also receives RSP (exceptions are possible). The grant comprises of €1,951 tuition fees (which will be paid directly to Radboud University) and € 10,320 living expenses (which will be paid to the student). For 2016/2017, the Radboud University Medical Center Study Fund will be adjusted to meet the requirements set by the Dutch Immigration Office. Please note no extra costs such as flight and travel are covered.
For non-EU students who wish to apply for the Radboud University Medical Center Study Fund, application for the Radboud Scholarship Programme (RSP) is mandatory. To apply for the Radboud University Medical Center Study Fund and RSP, simply tick the boxes in your Osiris application form when applying for the programme.
It is recommended that students who want to apply for a study fund scholarship also apply for other scholarships as well, such as the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) or local government grants (please visit our scholarship website for more information on other scholarships).
Value of scholarship
8,92,818 total value