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Erasmus School of Economics (ESE) – Master (Netherlands)

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On top of that, Erasmus School of Economics has created a separate fund to support excellent prospective master students. This scholarship concerns a partial tuition fee waiver of € 2.000 for the year 2023-2024. This Excellent Student Waiver is awarded in combination with the Erasmus University Holland Scholarship.

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The Erasmus University Holland Scholarship is not applicable to current ESE master students.

Requirements

In order to qualify for financial support under the provision of an Erasmus University Holland Scholarship, an applicant:

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  • Must be a national of a country that is not part of the European Economic Area (EEA).
  • Must have never been enrolled before as a full degree student at an educational institution in the Netherlands. However, it is allowed that a student has followed a pre-master programme before at the Erasmus School of Economics and is going to pursue a master programme at the Erasmus School of Economics in the academic year 2023-2024.
  • Must be admitted to one of the following programmes*:
    • Master Accounting, Auditing and Control
    • Master Econometrics and Management Science
    • Master Economics and Business
  • Must have registered for one of the above-mentioned master programmes at Erasmus School of Economics in StudielinkOpens external, as well as having submitted the application documents in the EUR Application Portal before 1 February (current ESE pre-master students can contact us for their application procedure) in order to be considered for the scholarship.
  • Must have achieved excellent study results during his/her previous bachelor programme, and if applicable, during the pre-master programme. This means an average final result of at least grade 8.0 on a grading scale of 1-10.
  • Must be able to demonstrate the reason why this scholarship will enlarge his/her opportunity to study at Erasmus School of Economics by including a detailed financial statement, describing your financial situation and how you plan to finance your studies (i.e. cover your tuition fee payment), in case you will receive the Erasmus University Holland Scholarship.
  • Must have completed the immigration application before 15 May. Completing the immigration procedure entails having submitted the immigration application documents, as well as having transferred the remaining tuition fee + remaining part of the living fee deposit + the IND handling fee before 15 May. For more information, please see the section ‘Amount and payment’ below and the website on immigration procedures for prospective students.
  • Must eventually be enrolled no later than 1 September of the academic year for which the scholarship is being requested. An admission offer is not required at the moment of application, however, only students with an admission offer will be considered for the Erasmus University Holland Scholarship.

Amount and payment

The Erasmus University Holland Scholarship amount of € 10.000 is split into two parts: € 5.000 is used as reduction on the tuition fee, the other € 5.000 will be received by the student through 10 monthly payments. The amount of € 5.000 that the student will receive, can be used as part of the required living fee deposit for the immigration procedure.

The student will receive an additional partial tuition fee waiver of € 2.000 from Erasmus School of Economics which can be – together with the Erasmus University Holland Scholarship tuition fee reduction – deducted from the total amount of college tuition fee for 2023/2024.

This means, should you be awarded with an Erasmus University Holland Scholarship and Erasmus School of Economics Waiver, you are to transfer the remaining part of your tuition fee + remaining deposit for the cost of living  + IND handling fee before 15 May.

Application procedure

In order to apply for the Erasmus University Holland Scholarship, you need to prepare the following documents:

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  • Motivation letter: stating your motivation to study at Erasmus School of Economics, showing evidence of being an excellent student and demonstrating why the scholarship would enlarge the opportunity to study at Erasmus School of Economics (max. two A4).
  • Financial statement: describing your financial situation and the reason and need to receive the scholarship.
  • Budget plan: overview explaining how you plan to finance your studies in case you will receive the Erasmus University
  • Certified copy of your (most recent) academic transcript.
  • Certified statement from your educational institution confirming your obtained GPA. The GPA template document below be used for this. You can also a statement provide by your home University, but it is important that this statement contains the same information as our standard statement.

 

The application will be open from 1 November  until 1 February (deadline: 31 January 23:59). Please note that scholarship applications received – or incomplete – after the deadline, will not be considered.

The applications will be reviewed after 1 February.

All applicants will be officially informed via e-mail about the outcome of their scholarship application. If you are awarded the Erasmus University Holland Scholarship, you will receive further details in the nomination email. All emails will be sent in the beginning of April.

Website link:  https://www.eur.nl/en/ese/education/master/fees-and-scholarships/scholarships-and-grants/erasmus-university-holland-scholarship

See also

Erasmus School of Economics Waiver 2023-2024 (Netherlands)

Holland Scholarship University of Groningen (Netherlands)

Utrecht University International Master Scholarships

Leiden University Scholarship (Netherlands)

Scholarships for International Students

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