If you’re studying at the Nijmegen School of Management or the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, or the Faculty of Arts or Faculty of Science and you’d like to go to summer or winter school or do a short course abroad, you could qualify for a reimbursement of your expenses. This amount will be partly reimbursed by the Radboud University Profiling Fund and partly reimbursed by your faculty.
Short Stay Grant
- Master, Bachelor
- €375 within or €500 outside of Europe per week
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- You are enrolled as a full-time or part-time student at the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology, and Religious Studies, the Faculty of Arts, the Nijmegen School of Management or the Faculty of Science;
- The duration of your study abroad placement is at least five consecutive days;
- The study programme is being taught abroad;
- You will receive study credits for this short study abroad placement;
- You have not previously received a short stay grant;
- Your date of departure is more than two weeks away.
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Short stay within Europe: maximum of €375 per week.Short stay outside of Europe: maximum of €500 per week.The amount of grant that you receive will be calculated on the basis of the number of days that you participate in the programme. You may receive reimbursement for a maximum of two weeks.
Start your application for a study abroad placement in your Osiris account. Once this application has been granted in full or part by your faculty’s International Office, you will automatically receive an email that contains further instructions for your grant application.
The email with further instructions for the grant application also contains a link to an online form. Complete the online form and then click ‘Submit’.
Once you have submitted this online form, you will receive an email with the Grant Agreement and the Letter of Approval; you should receive this email after about one working day. You will then need to send the following documents via email at least two weeks before the start of your student exchange:
The Grant Agreement, which should include your signature.
A completed and signed Letter of Approval from your faculty’s International Office, which explains the relevance of the project to your studies.