University of Amsterdam Masters Degree
Deadline: varies, Jan-May 2016 Study in: Netherlands Course starts September 2016Brief description: The University of Amsterdam aims to attract the world’s brightest students to its international classrooms. Outstanding students from outside the European Economic Area can apply for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship. Host Institution(s): University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Field(s) of study: Eligible Masters Degree programme offered by the following Faculties: • Academic Medical Centre (AMC) • Amsterdam Law School (ALS) • Economics and Business • Faculty of Science (FNWI) • College of Communication (Bachelor’s) • Graduate School of Communication • Graduate School of Child Development and Education • Graduate School of Humanities • Graduate School of Social Sciences (GSSS) Number of Scholarships: Not specified. Target group: International students from outside the EU/European Economic Area Scholarship value/inclusions: Depending on the faculty, the scholarship can vary between €2,000 – €24,000. The Amsterdam Merit Scholarship can sometimes be supplemented with the Holland Scholarship, of which the University of Amsterdam is a participating member. Eligibility: Candidates wishing to take part in the Amsterdam Merit Scholarship programme must meet the following requirements:
- • Hold a non-EU/EEA passport and not be eligible for support under the Dutch system of study grants and loans.
- • Be fully admitted to a degree programme at the University of Amsterdam which is registered at the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes.
- • Be admitted to a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme at the University of Amsterdam for the first time.
- • Be able to comply with Dutch visa regulations.
- • Be enrolled at the UvA as full-time student for the academic year and the programme for which the scholarship is awarded.
- • The candidate should not receive a full coverage scholarship for the same period of study as the AMS scholarship.
- • Scholarship continuation for subsequent year(s) of study depends upon satisfactory study progress.