Application is now open for the Fulbright-Radboud Scholarships at Radboud University. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About Radboud University and Scholarship
In Nijmegen, the Netherlands, there is a public research university called Radboud University (abbreviated as RU; Dutch: Radboud Universiteit, originally Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen). Saint Radboud, a 9th-century Dutch bishop renowned for his learning and assistance to the poor, is the namesake of the institution.
Since its founding in 1923, four prominent university rating tables have continuously ranked Radboud University among the top 150 universities worldwide. In the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities as of 2020, it is ranked 105th. RU is renowned around the globe for producing high-caliber research. In 2020 8,396 scientific publications were published and 391 PhD degrees were conferred. In 2016, Radboud University became a member of the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities to support the global flow of academic information.
The green campus of Radboud University is well-known and frequently ranked as one of the most beautiful in the Netherlands. Seven faculties on campus carry out both teaching and research. The campus is situated in Nijmegen’s southern Heyendaal area. The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, a top-notch research facility devoted to the study of human language and communication, is located on the site in addition to these faculties.
By offering financial support for study, research, and teaching, the Fulbright Commission seeks to foster understanding between Dutch and American residents. A candidate must be an American citizen, be admitted to Radboud University Nijmegen, have outstanding academic records, participate in extracurricular activities, and meet other requirements to be eligible for a scholarship.
Details about Fulbright-Radboud Scholarships:
Scholarship Sponsor: Fulbright Commission/Radboud University Nijmegen
Scholarship Value: Monthly installments of € 1,300
Number of awards: 2
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): Radboud University Nijmegen
It is possible to offer two scholarships for the 2023–2024 school year. Of which one is assigned to a Faculty of Science student.
Grant amounts for courses lasting a year:
The money will be distributed in eleven € 1,300 monthly payments. Up to €1000 will be reimbursed for international travel. Radboud University will organize and cover the cost of the residency permit, which comes to about € 207. There are tuition costs, which vary depending on the program. Insurance costs are paid for by Fulbright.
Amounts of grants for two-year programs:
The award will be distributed in twelve monthly payments totaling € 1,300 for the first year of study. Up to €1000 will be reimbursed for international travel. There will also be full reimbursement for the about € 207 cost of a residence permit and visa. There are program-specific tuition expenses that are not waived. Fulbright pays for the cost of insurance.
Fulbright-Radboud Scholarships – Eligibility Criteria
Candidates are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for Fulbright-Radboud Scholarships at Radboud University:
- Excellent American students can apply for Fulbright Commission grants, funded by Radboud University, to study and do research at the graduate level at Radboud University in Nijmegen.
- Except for joint or double degree master’s programs and Erasmus Mundus master’s programs, the scholarship is accessible for all English-taught master’s and research master’s programs at Radboud University.
- Please be aware that any grants to the Netherlands will not be given to American students who are presently residing there. Furthermore, students who hold dual citizenship with the Netherlands or the European Union will not be given consideration.
Application Process for Fulbright-Radboud Scholarships
Applicants must have applied individually to Radboud University for admission to the Master’s program of their choosing using the online application procedure by 1 January, irrespective of their Fulbright application. Scholarship applicants must be admitted to an English-taught Master’s program at Radboud University and present a letter of admission at the time of application or later during the selection process for the Fulbright grant. For further information, please see the Fulbright website. Start your application here.
The Submission Deadline is: 31 December 2023
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