The Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious studies offers three scholarships for excellent students from abroad, for the one-year Master's in Theology (60 EC) and 3-year Master's in Theology (180 EC).
Faculty Scholarships for the Master in Theology
- € 10,500
- 31 March 2024
Radboud University is a state funded Roman Catholic university with a strong focus on research located in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.All Scholarships from Radboud University
- Students with a Bachelor degree in Theology or a related discipline can apply.
- The Master’s program in Theology is one of the most culturally diverse MA programs at Radboud University. Applicants from underrepresented backgrounds in Theology (especially women) and those seeking an ecclesiastical career in the Catholic Church are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Out of all applicants the selection committee selects applicants who have demonstrated the capacity to make a significant contribution to the academic excellence of the Faculty. This criterion can be assessed on the basis of the academic transcript, a writing sample (e.g. Bachelor's thesis), a motivational letter, recommendation letters, and/or a Skype interview.
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The scholarship amounts € 10,500, and counts for three years if chosen for the 3-year Theology specialization. The scholarship is renewable for two more years, for three years in total, provided you remain in good academic standing.
For EER/EU-students this amount covers tuition fees (€ 2.314 for the academic year 2023-2024), plus living expenses.
Apply to our program through Studielink.
Once your application is completed for our Master program (1-year or 3-year) you can upload the following documents in Osiris before the 1st of April:
A letter of motivation stating which area of Theology;
Two letters of recommendation;
An academic writing sample/essay. It is preferable that the subject of the writing sample is related to the academic discipline of theology, broadly conceived (including biblical, historical, empirical, or constructive/systematic perspectives). The essay should be between 2000-2500 words (excluding bibliography);
A Skype interview may be part of the scholarship procedure.
Please note that we will not be able to consider your application for funding until your application for admission to the Master’s programme has been processed. Application to the Master’s programme is free of charge and non-binding.