Scholarships for Short courses in Europe

Study grants in Holland — Finding scholarships for Dutch institutions

Every year, universities in The Netherlands and the Dutch government provide scholarships for talented and motivated students from abroad. These scholarships are available for both Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes and can fully or partially cover their tuition fees.

Scholarships that fully cover tuition fees

Several Research Universities in The Netherlands support outstanding students by covering all the expenses of their education. Students can study for free at the University of Amsterdam, VU University Amsterdam, University of Twente, Radboud University Nijmegen, TU Eindhoven, and some other universities.

Scholarships that cover part of the education cost

Many universities in Holland also offer grants that partially cover the tuition fees for undergraduate and graduate degree programmes.

Scholarships for undergraduate courses usually can make up to half of the programme’s cost and range from 500 to 3, 500 euros per year. Such scholarships are usually offered by universities of applied sciences to non-EU/EEA students.

Scholarships for graduate programmes can cover up to 75% of all study and living expenses for selected candidates. They are usually offered by research universities.

You can search for available scholarships in our ‘programmes’ section by selecting your chosen programme (see example of scholarships). Descriptions of grants per university can also be found in our ‘blog’ section.

Grants from Dutch organisations

European and Dutch organisations also offer several bursaries for foreign students who would like to come to study in Holland. For instance, in order to help foreign students fund their studies in The Netherlands, Nuffic, a Dutch governmental organisation, offers and manages several scholarship programmes for eligible and worthy candidates from all over the world.

Nuffic scholarships

The China Programme caters to meritorious Chinese candidates to help them carry out studies or research in The Netherlands. Up to 25 scholarships are awarded per year. This programme also helps in student exchange schemes between China and The Netherlands.

Designed to facilitate interaction and collaboration between academic institutes in the EU, the Erasmus Programme is a part of the European Commission's Lifelong Learning Programme. An Erasmus scholarship can be used to sponsor a part of education in another EU country as well.

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