With a scholarship, you can cover (a part of) the costs of your study at Wageningen University & Research. Before applying for a scholarship you need to be admitted to one of our master's programme. Also, you need to contact possible donors at a very early stage.
There are three types of scholarships possible to finance your study in Wageningen:
- Scholarships that invite studens that are accepted.
- Scholarships you have to apply for yourself.
- Scholarships from other countries.
Below you will find a overview of the scholarships for international students. If you want to qualify for a scholarship you need to be admitted to a master's programme of Wageningen University & Research.
Scholarship with invitation only
This scholarship fund allows talented students from developing countries to follow an education at the university. The scholarships are awarded in close cooperation with the university. It is not possible to apply directly for an Anne van den Ban Fund scholarship.
|For who||Talented students from developing countries.|
|Deadline||Offered to selected candidates each May|
|Amount||Whole or partial scholarships.|
|Granting||Done by the admission committees of the study programmes.|
The Orange Knowledge Programmes (OKP) is a scholarships programme that was initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It is financed from the budget for development cooperation and aims to help increase the supply of skilled labour in the development country.
|For who||Students from an OKP partner country.|
|Deadline||Apply for a programme before 15 January (September class) or 20 April (February class).|
|Granting||The university will pre-select students who are admitted to an MSc programme.|
Scholarships you have to apply for
The Holland Scholarship is a scholarship made available by the Dutch Ministry of Education Culture and Science together with Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences.
|For who||International students from Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, South Africa, USA, Australia, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Russia, South Korea and India.|
|Amount||One-time payment of €5000.|
|Granting||All applications will be evaluated by a representation of Wageningen University & Research. They will focus on excellence, the financial plan and diversity of the awardees.|
Considering a higher education course in the Netherlands? You may be eligible for support in the form of a performance grant, a loan and a public transport student card.
|For who||Students under 30 who have the Dutch nationality or a residence permit type II, III, IV of V.|
|Deadline||3 months before the application deadline.|
|Amount||Partial loan or scholarship.|
|Granting||DUO grants the scholarship if you fit the criteria.|
Find other scholarships
The Nuffic NESO and the Scholarship Portal offers an online search engine for those who want to study in the Netherlands and are looking for financial aid. The websites contain information on a range of Dutch scholarships for foreign students.
Many international organisations, such as various United Nations agencies, the European Union, the World Bank, regional development banks and private foundations, provide scholarships or fellowships for studying abroad through special programmes or as part of projects and loan programmes. Please inquire at the offices of these organisations in your country/region or consult their websites.