Scholarships for non-European Bachelor students
All non-EU/EEA students will receive a scholarship of ? 3,500 or more when following a Bachelor Degree Programme in the academic year 2011 - 2012.
The scholarship will be awarded for the official length of the programme.
When you fulfill all the necessary requirements and are accepted by Hanze University Groningen you are 100% guaranteed that you will receive the scholarship.
This scholarship guarantee is only for accepted students who will start their programme in September 2011 or February 2012.
When you enrol in February 2011 you will receive an amount of ? 2,042 for the awarded scholarship.
Student grants of ?1000
Student Grants is a fund focused on improving international student mobility. We do this by donating a ?1000 student grant four times a year. It is a well-known fact that student life is often characterized by limited funds which is only accentuated when studying abroad.
Students going abroad often have to adapt to another way of life which frequently equals a higher cost of living and expenditures on for instance airline tickets, books, day-to-day living expenses and academic curriculum.
Who is behind Student Grants?
The Student Grants program is sponsored and financed by CasaSwap.com - a free worldwide student housing service where students can find cheap student accommodation when studying abroad.
CasaSwap.com was established in 2004 and has since then assisted more than 30.000 students in their efforts to find suitable accommodation. CasaSwap.com has grown to become a leading and widely acknowledged partner to many higher learning institutions world wide.
When to apply for Student Grants?
You have to apply before the deadlines mentioned below. We normally announce the winning students about 1 week after the deadlines. The winning students will be published on the website, under Student Grant Winners * 1 April * 1 July * 1 October * 1 January
6 Talent Scholarship for Masters Students
The Hague University of Applied Sciences is committed to recognising and supporting talented students of all nationalities.
As part of this commitment the university has created The Hague University Talent Scholarship to help students complete their masters’ programme.
Overview 6 scholarships of EUR 2.500 per candidate will be available for students applying to the full-time Masters programmes:
How can you apply for the scholarship?
Write an essay on the following: ‘Select an area of interest from the programme’s curriculum that you feel is of special interest, and describe how this will have relevance to your future career’.
Complete the downloadable scholarship application form and return it to our International Office before Friday 22 April 2011.
10 scholarships will be available for non EU students
The Hague University of Applied Sciences is committed to recognising and supporting talented students. As part of this commitment the university has created The Hague University Talent Scholarship to help students wishing to join the bachelors programme in Process & Food Technology.
10 scholarships will be available for non EU students applying to bachelors programme: Process & Food Technology
- Scholarship Amount: Euro 1,500 per candidate
- Preference will be given to students who intend to follow the specialisation in Functional Food
Applying for the scholarship
It is only possible to apply for this programme if you have been accepted into the programme and have received your ‘student number’ that you receive with the acceptance package. Please visit this page for information on application process
- Please use the following link for the online scholarship application form
- You will need to complete an essay on the following: ‘Select an area of interest from the programme’s curriculum that you feel is of special interest, and describe how this will have relevance to your future career’.
- You should complete the online form and submit it by the 16th of May.