Information about scholarships for non-EU/EEA students, loans, and grants.
For highly talented prospective non-EU students with an excellent academic record and involvement in extracurricular activities, the University of Amsterdam offers the Amsterdam Excellence Scholarship (AES). If you belong to the top 10% of your class, have a high English proficiency test score and are involved in extracurricular activities, you can apply for the AES. The AES programme is highly selective and only awarded to candidates who have both been (provisionally) accepted for the Master’s programme and selected by the AES selection committee. The deadline for this scholarship is: 15 January 2020.
Please ensure that you have checked the regulations for this scholarship and apply via our digital application form.
The University of Amsterdam aims to attract the world’s brightest students to its international classrooms. Outstanding students from outside the European Economic Area can apply for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship (AMS), which covers your full tuition fee + a €5, 000 additional allowance. A limited number of AMS scholarships is available for non-EEA students in the Master's programmes. Last year the top 8% of non-EEA MSc students were awarded an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship. The deadline for this scholarship is: 15 January 2020.
Economics and Business also offers Orange Tulip Scholarship for non-EU Master's students in several countries. The scholarships are administered by the Nuffic NESO in the countries below and covers your full tuition fee + a €5,000 additional allowance. This year the Orange Tulip Scholarship is open for applicants with an Indian and Russian. The application to the scholarship is done via the Neso offices and the application to the programme via our Embark digital application form.
The deadline for the scholarship and application to the programme is 15 January 2020.
In certain cases it is possible for Dutch/EU students to receive a monthly student loan from the Dutch government (via DUO). Check their website for further information.