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ASF Scholarships, Amsterdam University College, Netherlands

ASF Scholarships, Amsterdam University College, Netherlands

ASF Scholarships

Applications for ASF Scholarships are open to all students (Dutch and international). The AUC Scholarship Fund offers two types of ASF Scholarship: Full scholarships: EU students: EUR 5100 per year, Non-EU students: EUR 15300 per year. Partial scholarships: EU students: EUR 2550 per year, Non-EU students: EUR 7650 per year.

The AUC Scholarship Fund Board, consisting of representatives of the sponsors and AUC, is responsible for the selection and decides whether the applicant gets a full or a partial scholarship, following a recommendation from the ASF Selection Committee.

The ASF Scholarships are paid to the student in 12 monthly instalments. Please note that the scholarship cannot be used as a (partial) tuition fee waiver; students are responsible for paying the tuition fee themselves.

Selection criteria

Candidates wishing to apply for an ASF Scholarship must meet the following requirements.

  • Candidates must have submitted a complete application for admission to AUC. For more information on applications and admissions, see links in left-hand menu.
  • Candidates must have excellent school results and a strong motivation as reflected in their application and recommendation forms. The selection committee will also look at extracurricular accomplishments and activities relevant for AUC, as well as the future leadership profile/skills of the candidates.
  • Candidates must demonstrate financial need (provide proof that it is financially impossible for them to study at AUC without a scholarship).

How and when to apply

The deadline for applications for an ASF Scholarship is 1 November 2015 for a spring semester (February) 2016 start. You should send us:

  • a completed ASF application form [a new application form will go live in August for spring semester 2016 applicants].
  • a motivation letter, explaining clearly why you think you deserve a scholarship, and why you are applying for one
  • proof of your financial need:

Dutch candidates can do this by confirming in the application form that they will receive the maximum additional grant (maximale aanvullende beurs) from DUO-IB (studiefinanciering). When they start at AUC, these students will be asked for a copy of their DUO-IB statement that they are indeed receiving the maximum additional grant.

International students should send copies of the most recent tax statements of their parents/legal guardians (or recent salary statements if a tax statement is not available) plus the most recent statements regarding pensions or other benefits. The total combined annual pre-tax income may not exceed EUR 46,000 or the equivalent in local currency.

Where to send your application

A new application form, along with instructions on how and where to submit your application package, will be available in August 2015 on this section of the website.

For general questions regarding AUC scholarships, please contact the AUC Scholarship Fund via ‘contact AUC form’ (link below).

General contact AUC Scholarship Fund
AUC Scholarship Fund e-mail address (for applications)
Postal address AUC


Selection will be done in November 2015, and candidates will be notified of the results of the selection in December 2015. No correspondence with the AUC Scholarship Fund Board about the selection will be accepted.

Conditions for receiving the ASF Scholarship

ASF Scholarships will only be awarded to selected persons who meet the following requirements. Persons who fail to meet the following requirements cannot receive financial support.

  • An ASF Scholarship awardee must be fully admitted to Amsterdam University College. The ASF Scholarship cannot be transferred to another academic year or another academic programme.
  • An ASF Scholarship awardee must have satisfied all visa and residence permit requirements, if applicable.
  • An ASF Scholarship awardee must have proven both merit and financial need.
  • An ASF Scholarship awardee may not receive another full coverage scholarship for the same period of study as the ASF Scholarship. AUC must be notified (contact the AUC Scholarship Fund, see link below) if the student has been awarded another full scholarship, and which scholarship the student has decided to accept.
  • An ASF Scholarship awardee may not also receive an ASF-DAP Award.

Conditions for maintaining the ASF Scholarship

ASF Scholarship holders must meet the following requirements. ASF Scholarship holders who fail to meet the following requirements will have to refund the financial support.

  • ASF Scholarship holders must maintain good academic standing: they are expected to have a GPA of at least 3.0 and preferably to be on the excellence list (GPA ≥3.5). The ASF Scholarship may be terminated if their GPA falls below 3.0, if they enter a period of probation or if they have to end their studies before graduating.
  • If the ASF Scholarship holder decides to quit studying at AUC, the ASF Scholarship payments already received by the holder must be reimbursed to the AUC Scholarship Fund in full.

Students who receive an ASF Scholarship will be evaluated after one year of study. The ASF Scholarship will be awarded for another year if the student:

  • has successfully passed the first year (a GPA of at least 3.0 and preferably on the excellence list with a GPA ≥ 3.5)
  • receives a positive recommendation at the end of the academic year from his/her tutor and the Board of Examiners
  • can prove that the financial need base has not changed.

The same procedure will be followed at the end of the second year.

ASF Scholarship holders are expected to participate in activities with AUC sponsors and other AUC contacts, including the AUC alumni network, and to cooperate in the promotion of the ASF. The ASF Scholarship may be terminated if the holder unreasonably refuses to participate in such activities.

TU Eindhoven Talent Scholarships Program for Pakistani Students at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

TU Eindhoven Talent Scholarships Program for Pakistani Students at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

TU Eindhoven Talent Scholarships Program

Target Group Master’s degree
Purpose Study
Field of Study Engineering, Mathematics and computer sciences, Medical and health sciences, Natural sciences
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Description of scholarship

The Technische Universiteit Eindhoven awards yearly 50 scholarships to highly talented non-EEA students who would like to follow a master’s program at TU/e.


  • have applied for admission to a TU/e master’s program before 1 February 2015 for the academic year 2015/2016;
  • are highly talented, excellent students who have achieved a cumulative GPA above 80% of the scale maximum in their Bachelor’s degree from an internationally acclaimed university; are not eligible for support under the Dutch system of study grants and loans (“Studiefinanciering”). Information on eligibility for this support can be found on the website of DUO ( (Please note that students who need to apply for a MVV for study are not eligible for support under the Dutch system of study grants and loans);
  • comply with the Dutch visa criteria (where applicable); have not been granted a scholarship by any other scholarship organization.



Value and purpose of grant:

The Amandus H. Lundqvist Scholarship Program (ALSP) scholarship consists of a tuition fee waiver and a contribution to the costs of living in the Netherlands of € 5000  per academic year.

Grant award period:

2 years

Closing date:

1 February  2015

Grant provider:

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Application procedure:

First apply to the TU/e Master’s program of your choice via the online application form for TU/e Master’s programs before 1 February 2015.
If you are admitted to a TU/e Master’s program you will automatically enter the selection procedure for the ALSP scholarships. You do NOT need to apply separately for the ALSP scholarships.

More information:

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
STU/International Relations Office
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB Eindhoven
Tel: 0031 40 247 4747
Fax: 0031 40 244 1692

University College Maastricht Scholarships for Non EU Students, Netherlands

University College Maastricht Scholarships for Non EU Students, Netherlands


UCM Scholarship (for September intake only)

University College Maastricht (UCM) will give financial support to three students who will be invited to enroll at UCM in September.


Who is eligible? Highly qualified, low-income students coming from a non-EU/EEA country are eligible for the UCM scholarship. Applicants must be accepted to the Liberal Arts & Sciences programme of UCM for the September intake and must meet the requirements for obtaining a Dutch visa (‘MVV’ residence permit). Please note that current UCM students cannot apply for this scholarship. Duration of the UCM scholarship

The UCM scholarship is awarded for the duration of the Bachelor’s programme, with a maximum of 36 months.


Annual amount of the UCM scholarship

Tuition Fee €10.500 Arranged and paid by UCM
Visa Costs €300 Arranged and paid by UCM
Insurance €500 Arranged and paid by UCM
Living expenses per month €500 Paid by UCM
Housing Arranged and paid by UCM

Application & selection

In order to apply for this scholarship, applicants must fill out the application form. Scholarship applications have to be uploaded in the category ‘Apply for Scholarship’ in My UM together with all other required documents by January 5th, 2015. For more information on how to apply, please click here. Please be informed, scholarship applications received by email will not be taken into consideration.


After all applicants have been reviewed by the UCM Board of Admissions, they will decide which candidates will be invited and which of the invited candidates will be granted one of the scholarships. Applicants will be informed about the decision in writing around March.

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