Radboud University is accepting applications for its partially funded Radboud Scholarship Programme.
About Radboud University and Scholarship
The city of Nijmegen has a long history of university formation. Originally known as the Kwartierlijke Academie van Nijmegen, the first University of Nijmegen was established in 1655. Students gained expertise in the conventional legal, medical, and religious domains. The Kwartierlijke Academie ended in 1680, despite its accomplishments as an institution. The French invasion of the Netherlands in 1672 and subsequent plague epidemics were too much for the university to overcome.
The Radboud Scholarship Programme has a high level of selection. It provides brilliant, highly motivated non-EEA students with exceptional study outcomes with the chance to be granted a scholarship for the full Master’s degree program at Radboud University, taught entirely in English. Several partial scholarships are given out each year under the Radboud Scholarship Program for the length of an English-taught Master’s degree program (not including joint-degree and Erasmus Mundus Master’s programs).
Details about the Radboud Scholarship Programme at Radboud University:
Scholarship Sponsor: Radboud University, Netherlands
Scholarship Value: Partial tuition waiver
Number of awards: Several
Study level: Master, Bachelor
Host Institution(s): Radboud University, Netherlands
There are 26 Radboud Scholarships available in total for 2023–2024, with one each from the following faculties: (1) Arts; (2) Law; (3) Medical Sciences; (2) Nijmegen School of Management; (1) Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies; (2) Science; and (2) Social Sciences.
Your tuition will only be € 2,314 if you receive a Radboud Scholarship. As an illustration, a grant recipient in 2022–2023 will only have to pay a tuition charge of €2,314 rather than €16,000. In addition, the scholarship pays for your stay in the Netherlands’ health, liability, and visa expenses (Aon Student Insurance).
Radboud Scholarship Programme – Eligibility Criteria
Candidates are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for the Radboud Scholarship Programme at Radboud University:
- possess a non-EU/non-EEA passport;
- are not qualified for the reduced EU/EEA tuition rate due to additional factors;
- possess (or want to gain) a bachelor’s degree earned outside of the Netherlands, have no degrees from the Netherlands, and have never attended school there before (exchange programs excluded, as long as they are a component of the bachelor’s degree earned outside of the Netherlands);
- fulfill the English language competency prerequisite for your preferred Master’s program;
- have been officially admitted, as shown in the admissions letter, to the Master’s program taught in English, beginning on September 1st;
- are capable of meeting the requirements to get a Netherlands visa;
- are registered full-time for the academic year and Master’s program at Radboud University, where the grant will be given.
Application Procedure for the Radboud Scholarship Programme
You can apply by stating in the OSIRIS Application system that you would want to apply for a Radboud Scholarship when you apply for admission to a Master’s program. After that, you will be asked to upload three more files: a curriculum vitae, two reference letters, and one other document. You can upload the same files again if you have already uploaded them for your application to a master’s program.
Entrance to the Master’s program does not guarantee scholarship selection, and the two processes are distinct from one another. You can email Student Life and International Mobility at email@example.com for additional information about the scholarship program. Kindly refrain from submitting scholarship applications using this email address. The Radboud University Profiling Fund is providing funding for this fellowship. Therefore, the criteria for the scholarship comply with the guidelines set forth by the Profiling Fund. You can also visit the official website for further details.
The Submission Deadline is: 27 February 2024
Not interested in this particular scholarship? See other Netherlands scholarships here.