Wednesday, May 25, 2016

University College Venlo Scholarships in Netherlands



University College Venlo Scholarship

The University College Venlo (UCV) Scholarship is intended for talented students from outside the EU/EEA, who are admissible to the UCV. Furthermore, these students are dependent on financial support to be able to study abroad. Each year five grants are available.
Scholarship Office

scholarships@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Who is eligible?

  • You come from the EU / EEA
  • You have applied to the UCV and are admissible there
  • You are allowed to pay the standard statutory tuition fees
  • Your profile perfectly matches the UCV
  • You need financial support to be able to study abroad

Amount of the Scholarship

You will receive the grant for the duration of the bachelor's programme, but at most three years. The grant is awarded per year. To be eligible for the grant in the next year you must satisfy several conditions:
  • You satisfy the attendance criteria
  • Each year you obtain at least 50 of the 60 ECTS (study points)
  • Your average grade is at least 7
Living costs
€ 168 per month
Arranged for and paid by the Scholarship Office
Tuition fees
€ 1984
Arranged for and paid by the Scholarship Office

Application

Please fill in the applicationform and send it to ucv-info@maastrichtuniversity.nl before 1 June 2016. University College Venlo will review and rank the application requests. Applicants will be informed about the selection as soon as possible.

Selection process

Your Master’s programme and scholarship applications will be assessed by the Faculty at which you have applied.
  1. First of all, the Faculty will assess your Master’s application. Once you have been accepted for the Master’s programme, the Faculty will assess your scholarship application.
  2. Subsequently the faculty will send a list with eligible candidates to the Maastricht University selection committee. This committee will make the definitive selection of the nominated candidates.
  3. If you have been awarded a scholarship, you will receive an official acceptance letter.
  4. You must sign and return this letter to the Scholarship Office.
All aspects of your application count towards the assessment of the application. The Scholarship Committee also looks at: academic excellence, your motivation, status of the institute you studied at in your home country, the match of the chosen master's programme with your previous qualification(s), level of this previous qualification (or qualifications), your career planning, and your references.

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