Vrije University Amsterdam Fellowship programme 2024. The exceptional chance to study a Master’s degree at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is provided to deserving prospective non-EU/EEA students through the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Fellowship Programme (VUFP). VU Amsterdam has pledged to provide roughly one million euros to the recruitment of exceptional and highly motivated students.
Vrije University Amsterdam Fellowship programme 2024.
With faculties in the social sciences, medical sciences, STEM, and humanities, VU Amsterdam is a distinctive institution. Research and education at the institution are closely related. They have an outstanding international reputation as a result of combining their leadership in research with a strong social commitment. Research and education are inherently multidisciplinary. The fact that all of the faculties are housed on one site serves to support this. Located in the centre of the Zuidas Knowledge District, VU Amsterdam is a true campus university that benefits from its accessible location and strong national and international standing.
Name of the scholarship: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Fellowship program
Eligible Countries: all countries
Academic Level: Masters degree
Deadline: 1 Feb, 2024
You hold a non- EU/ EEA passport and you are not eligible for the lower tuition fee.
You do not have the Dutch nationality.
You can prove your academic excellence (GPA equivalent to a Dutch 8).
You are conditionally or unconditionally admitted to the first year of a full-time English-taught Master’s programme at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam starting per September 2024. Please note that:
- students starting in February cannot apply,
- joint programmes where VU Amsterdam does not administer the admission process are excluded from VUFP.
The degree with which you are seeking admission has not been obtained in the Netherlands.
You do not need to complete a preparatory programme before the start of your Master.
Advantages of the scholarship
VU Fellowship Programme (VUFP) is a merit- based tuition fee waiver. It can be combined with the Holland Scholarship Programme (HSP) meant as a contribution towards costs of living. They are both meant for students from non- EU/ non- EEA countries who pay higher tuition fees.