This is to bring to the general public that applications for the Radboud University Fully Scholarship in Netherlands, for the year 2024 session is now open. The scholarship is opened to all internationals.
Deadline: 31st January, 2024
Providers: Radboud University, Netherlands
Funding Types: Fully Funded Scholarship
Study in: Netherlands
Subjects: Subjects offered by the University
Study Level: Masters, PhD
About the Scholarship
All international students who desire to pursue a Master’s degree are eligible for the Fully Funded Radboud University Scholarship in the Netherlands.
The goal of Radboud University is to support a peaceful, free world where everyone has access to possibilities. We provide a number of full scholarships to enable all talented students—including those from non-EU/EEA nations who might be suffering financially to pay the institutional Radboud University tuition fee—to join our academic community.
The scholarship also includes coverage for the fees of a visa, residence permit, health insurance, and liability insurance (Aon Student Insurance) for your time in the Netherlands. On our website, you may get a general idea of how much it costs to live and study in the Netherlands.
If you are chosen to receive a scholarship and are accepted into a two-year master’s programme, please be aware that in order to be eligible for the grant again the following year, you must have completed all of the first year’s courses.
The Fulbright-Radboud, NL, or Radboud Encouragement Scholarships cannot be combined. One scholarship will be awarded despite the fact that you can apply for more than one.
Only the partial Radboud Scholarship Programme or the Radboud Encouragement Scholarship are open to applicants. Both of these scholarships cannot be applied for.
Benefits of the Scholarship
The Fully Funded Radboud University Scholarship in the Netherlands pays all tuition fees and living expenses totaling €11,520 (as determined by the IND, the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service, for 2023-2024) for the duration of the Master’s programme.
The following list outlines the requirements for the fully funded US South Pacific Scholarship:
- Possess a passport from a non-EEA/non-EU country.
- For other reasons, you are not qualified for the cheaper EEA tuition rate.
- Lack the resources or access to grants or loans necessary to pay for your education at Radboud University.
- Have (or will earn) a Bachelor’s degree from a country other than the Netherlands, no other degrees from that country, and no previous education from that country (exchange programmes are exempt, provided that they are a component of the Bachelor’s degree from a country other than the Netherlands).
- Fulfil the English language competency criterion for your preferred Master’s programme.
- As mentioned in the official letter of admission, are completely admitted to the English-taught Master’s programme beginning on September 1, 2024.
- Can meet the requirements to get a visa for the Netherlands.
- Are Radboud University full-time students for the Master’s programme and academic year for which the scholarship is being offered.
How to Apply
You can apply by stating that you want to apply for a Radboud Encouragement Scholarship in the OSIRIS Application system when you apply for admission to a Master’s programme. After that, you will be asked to upload the scholarship motivation letter, two reference letters, and a curriculum vitae (you may upload the same reference letters and CV if you already provided those for your Master’s programme application).
Admission to the Master’s programme does not automatically entail selection for the scholarship. Instead, these two processes are independent of one another.
Eligible Countries: All countries of the world other than EU
Eligible Courses: All courses offered at the university
Application Deadline: January 31, 2024