You may apply for more than one scholarship, but only one scholarship can be granted.
You may apply for more than one scholarship, but only one scholarship can be granted. If you apply for more than one scholarship, your letter of motivation for each scholarship should be tailored to it. You only need to submit your transcript, diploma and language test once.
The Amsterdam Law School must receive all documents required for the scholarship concerned in hard copy by the deadline. If you have not graduated by the deadline and are therefore unable to present a diploma, a certified list of marks (transcript) will suffice.
If you have applied for an AES scholarship, you are always required to submit a TOEFL/IELTS/CAE/CPE with the required minimum score – even if you have been granted a waiver for admission to one of the Master’s programmes. This requirement does not however apply to the other scholarships.
The recipients of the AES and Jaarsma-Adolfs scholarships are announced in April. The recipients of the AMS/HS scholarship are announced in May/June.
If you start a Master’s programme in the February semester, you are unfortunately ineligible to apply for a scholarship.
If you have applied for an AES or Jaarsma-Adolfs scholarship and your list of marks (transcript) does not include a class ranking, a statement from the Dean of your faculty indicating that you graduated in the top 10% of your class will suffice.