Holland Scholarship (IHS, Erasmus University Rotterdam)
- 1 May 2018
IHS, the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam is participating in the Holland Scholarship Programme and we are offering a partial tuition fee waiver of €5000 as a part part of the programme. The Holland Scholarship is the new national scholarship programme for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their master’s in Holland. Note: The EEA consists of the EU countries and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Your nationality is non-EEA;You are an excellent student according to the faculty's standard;You are applying for a full-time bachelor’s or master’s at Erasmus University Rotterdam;You didn't obtain a diploma at an education institution in the Netherlands;You can only apply for this scholarship once;You meet the specific requirements set by the faculty that offers the programme that you have applied for (go to the faculty's website for more information).
Do you wish to become an international student next year?
Demonstrate your English skills with IELTS.
A partial tuition fee waiver of €5000.
Step 1: Submit your application by email to Ms. Sarah Steendam (email@example.com) by 1 May 2018 and need to include the following documents:
Unconditional Admission letterMotivation letter (including intended career path)Proof of excellence during Bachelor (Certified copy of Bachelor Degree including grade list)In case you have not completed your Bachelor yet the average grade of the current year until the date of application appliesDescription of financial position including a bank statement (that shows an amount sufficient for the living costs during your studies of 12 x €870) and an indication of the maximum amount that can be contributed by the prospective student and/or external sponsors
Step 2: Receive the awards committee's decision by 15 June 2018
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