Friday, November 24, 2017

Holland Scholarships Erasmus University for Non-EEA Students, Holland 2018

Deadline: 01/02/2018 Degree: Bachelor, Masters Scholarship Description: The Holland Scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry o... thumbnail 1 summary
Deadline: 01/02/2018

Degree: Bachelor, Masters

Scholarship Description: The Holland Scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences. The scholarship is meant for prospective international bachelor and master students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their bachelor’s or masters in Holland. The EEA consists of the EU countries and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

Eligibility: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:

A. The applicant’s nationality is non-EEA
B. The applicant has never before studied at an educational institution in the Netherlands
C. Must be selected for one of the following programmes:
Bachelor International Econometrics and Operational ResearchBachelor International Economics and Business Economics
Bachelor BSc² Econometrics/Economics

Or admitted for one of the following programmes:

Master Accounting, Auditing, and Control
Master Econometrics and Management Science
Master Economics and Business

D. Must have achieved excellent study results during his/her prior education. This means an average final result of at least grade 8.5 (or the equivalent) on a grading scale of 1-10, during their prior education. For these purposes, prior education means:
for prospective bachelor students: secondary education
for prospective master students: the previous bachelor study
E. Must send in a complete bachelor or master application before 1 February 2018
F. Must be able to demonstrate the reason why this scholarship will enlarge your opportunity to study at Erasmus School of Economics by including detailed financial information (including supporting bank statements) to prove your ability to support yourself for the remaining tuition fee, the living expenses, and health insurance;
G. If the applicant is a prospective bachelor student, he/she must participate in the mathematics test in either February or March 2018 if he/she is found math deficient during the bachelor application procedure;
H. The applicant must have completed his/her visa application before 15 May 2018. The visa application procedure consists of transferring the required tuition fee, living costs, and immigration costs. For more information on the exact details, please see the immigration procedures for prospective students.
I. Erasmus School of Economics reserves the right to withdraw the offer for the Holland Scholarship Programme if the applicant fails to comply with the above-mentioned terms and conditions.

Benefits: The scholarship amount of € 5,000 will be received by the student in their first year of studies in two separate payments: November 2018 and February 2019. The Holland Scholarship cannot be used as a reduction in tuition fee but can be used as part of the required money deposit for the visa procedure (living costs).

Application: A. The application period is from 1 November 2017 until 1 February 2018 for prospective students.
B. The applicant needs to send an email with the following documents:
Personal statement
Financial document
Certified GPA statement confirming your obtained GPA in your prior education (only applicable for prospective students)

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