Radboud Scholarship Programme in a selective scholarship program that offers student from countries outside the European Union and the European Economic Area with outstanding academic records, who are very talented and highly motivated, the opportunity to receive a scholarship that will support them to pursue a Master’s degree program that’s taught in English at Radboud University.
- Radboud University in The Netherlands.
Level/Fields(s) Of Study:
The English Taught Master’s degree program is offered by the Radboud university, except Erasmus Mundus Master’s programs, joint-degree Master’s programs, and the Master’s program in Theology.
Number Of Scholarships:
Each year, 12 fully-funded scholarships and 25 partial scholarships are offered.
International students from countries outside the EU/EEA.
Scholarship Value And Duration:
Full-funded scholarships cover the tuition fee of €16,000 and living costs of €10,800, and other costs such as Visa costs, residence permit, health insurance as well as Insurance Passport for Students.
The partial scholarship reduces tuition fee to €2,168 and covers Visa costs, residence permit, health insurance as well as Insurance Passport for Students.
The scholarship is eligible for students who are:
- From a non-EU/EEA country and doesn’t hold an EU/EEA passport.
- Ineligible for the lower EEA tuition fee for other reasons.
- Hold or will obtain a Bachelor’s degree achieved outside the Netherlands.
- Never studies in the Netherlands
- Fully admitted to the English-taught Master’s degree program starting September 1, 2021.
- Applicant must be able to fulfill the requirements for obtaining a visa for the Netherlands.
- Enrolled at Radboud University as a full-time scholar for the academic year 2021, 2022.
- Enrolled at a Master’s degree program for which the scholarship will be awarded.
How To Apply:
There is no separate application for this scholarship, applicant should only indicate during their application for admission for a master’s program that they want to apply for a Radboud scholarship
- 1 March 2021.