The university offers highly ranked Master programmes with a diverse mix of students. We value the diversity in our international classroom and would like you to contribute, also in the online Master programme Food Technology that starts for the first time in September 2017. The grant covers the institutional tuition fee for four years (based on studying part-time of ~20 hours per week and earning 30 ECTS per academic year). The total amount for the grant is approximately €40,000 (covering only the institutional tuition fee for 4 years).
The grant does not cover the travel and accommodation costs for the Wageningen Weeks. Incidentally, you will also need to buy a book for a course and that is not covered by the grant either.
Below you find the requirements you have to meet in order to be eligible for this grant:
- You have an unconditional admission to the online Master Food Technology at Wageningen University & Research. For application please see: How can I apply for the online Master Food Technology?
- The grant is meant for working professionals who qualify for the institutional tuition fee. Find out which type of tuition fee you have to pay.
It is not possible to apply directly for this grant. If you wish to qualify, please mention this in your letter of motivation. The grant is offered to a selected candidate who is fully admitted to the university and fit the criteria of the grant.
All applications will be evaluated by a representation of Wageningen University & Research. In the selection process Wageningen University & Research will focus on excellence.
The deadline for application is 1 July 2017.
The result is expected end-July 2017.