Do you study at Nijmegen School of Management and want to participate in a summer/winter school or other short-term course(s) at an institute abroad? Then you may be eligible for an allowance towards your costs.
A maximum of 35 Short Stay grants are available annually for Nijmegen School of Management. Applications are processed in order of receipt, so be on time with your application!
There are certain conditions you must meet to be eligible for this Short Stay grant:
- You are enrolled as a (full-time) student at Nijmegen School of Management;
- Your stay abroad lasts at least 5 days (consecutive);
- The programme takes place abroad;
- You receive credits for the (short) stay abroad;
- You have not received a Short Stay grant before;
- You will leave in more than 2 weeks.
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This grant consists of an amount of up to €375 per week for a Short Stay within Europe, and an amount of up to €500 per week for a Short Stay outside Europe. The scholarship amount you eventually receive is calculated based on the number of days you participate in the programme. You can receive an allowance for a maximum of 2 weeks.
Start your application for a stay abroad via your Osiris account. Once this application has been granted (conditionally) by your faculty's International Office, you will automatically receive an e-mail with further instructions on your grant application.
The e-mail with further instructions on the scholarship application contains a link to a web form. Fill in this web form completely, and click 'submit'.
Once you have submitted the web form, you will receive an e-mail from us with the Grant Agreement and Letter of Approval approximately after one working day. Then send the following documents to via email no later than two weeks before the start of your exchange:
The Grant Agreement, signed by yourself. Please read this document carefully! It contains the terms and conditions of the grant application.
A completed and signed letter of approval from your faculty's International Office, indicating the relevance of the project to your studies.