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Masters scholarships for international students offered by Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

  • The VU Fellowship Programme (VUFP) offers talented prospective international students the unique opportunity to pursue a Master’s degree at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

    Host Institutions:

    Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the Netherlands

    Fields of study:

    English-taught Master’s Degree Programmes offered at the University

    Target group:

    International Students.

    Scholarship value:

    The VUFP scholarship covers the tuition fees. VUFP scholarship does not provide any additional allowance towards study or living costs. The VUFP scholarship can be granted for a one or two-year Master’s programme. The scholarship will only be extended for the second year of the two-year Master’s programme if 100% of the credits of the first year have been achieved.

    Eligibility:

    • You can prove your academic excellence with a GPA of at least 80% of the highest possible mark.
    • You are applying for the first year of a full-time English taught Master’s programme at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam starting per September 2020.
    • The degree with which you are seeking admission has not been obtained in the Netherlands.

    Deadline: 1 Feb 2020 (annually)

    To find out more about this scholarship, click here.

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