The Radboud University Scholarship offers an opportunity for outstanding international students who do not already have European citizenship or another scholarship in the Netherlands. This opportunity is to obtain a scholarship for a master's degree program at Radford University with the language of study being English only. If you want to study in the Netherlands in the English language, apply for this scholarship, as it may be a good opportunity for you.

Radboud University Scholarship Benefits

  • Full scholarships The full scholarship covers tuition fees of €16000 and living costs of €10.800 (as determined by the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service).
  • Partial grants The partial scholarship will reduce the tuition fee to €2. For example: The scholarship holder in 168/2021 will pay a tuition fee of only €2022, instead of €2.

Conditions for the Radboud University Master’s Scholarship

You will only be eligible for the Radboud University Scholarship if you:

  • Holder of a non-European passport
  • Do not have two nationalities, one of which is European
  • You have obtained or will soon obtain a bachelor’s degree outside the Netherlands, have not obtained degrees in the Netherlands and have not received any previous education in the Netherlands
  • Meet the English language proficiency requirements for the Master’s program of your choice
  • You have been fully accepted into an English-taught Master's degree program at the university
  • Able to comply with the conditions for obtaining a visa to the Netherlands
  • Radboud University Scholarship holders will be selected based on talent and excellence
  • You must provide letters of recommendation and previous school references
  • Motivation: Based on your letter of motivation for the Master’s programme

Radboud University Scholarship Documents

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Radboud University Scholarship Funding

  • Full scholarships The full scholarship covers tuition fees of €16000 and living costs of €10.800 (as determined by the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service).
  • Partial grants The partial scholarship will reduce the tuition fee to €2. For example: The scholarship holder in 168/2021 will pay a tuition fee of only €2022, instead of €2.

Applying for the Radboud University Scholarship

  • You can apply by indicating during your application for admission to the master's program in the university's online application system that you wish to apply for a Radboud University scholarship.
  • You will then be asked to upload three additional documents: two letters of reference and a CV, if you have not already done so for the Master's programme.
  • Selection for the scholarship and admission to the Master's program are two separate processes: admission to the Master's program does not mean selection for the scholarship.
  • If you are selected for the Radboud University Scholarship Program, the University will email you an acceptance letter and instructions.