The Dutch (Holland) Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science is giving scholarships to international students to study at TU Delft for 2021/2022
For the academic year 2021/2022, the Dutch (Holland) Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science is giving scholarships to international students to study at TU Delft.
1st February 2022 (application deadline) (23:59 CET)
Countries that are eligible to participate are those that are located outside of the United States.
Excellent applicants from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who have been (conditionally) admitted to one of TU Delft’s 2-year Regular MSc programs and have a bachelor’s degree from an internationally renowned university outside the Netherlands.
COUNTRY OF THE SCHOOL
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
The Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science, as well as Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences, support the Holland Scholarship. International students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to study in Holland are eligible for a portion of the scholarships. Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway make up the European Economic Area (EEA).
8 awards will be given out to each faculty member.
THE WORTH OF THE SCHOLARSHIP
Non-EEA students will receive € 5.000 in the first academic year as a contribution to living expenses for a TU Delft MSc program based on the statutory charge or institutional rate, depending on the registered nationality.
A candidate might be given up to three (3) Holland Scholarships (€15.000) depending on merit.
For you to qualify for this scholarship.
You must Finish your MSc application (check the admission requirements)
In addition to all of the standard documentation for an MSc program application, you must provide the following:
Please upload two letters of recommendation (in one PDF document, check admission requirements)
To be eligible for this award, you do not need to fill out any further paperwork.
Non-EU/EFTA students must submit their English test along with their application (if required). According to the Admission Guidelines, EU/EFTA students can submit this document at a later date.
Only students who have been (conditionally) admitted to one of the MSc programs can satisfy this deadline.