With a scholarship, you can cover (a part of) the costs of studying at Wageningen University & Research. Before applying or being invited for a scholarship, you need to be admitted to one of our Master's programmes. Also, you need to contact possible scholarship sponsors at a very early stage.
There are three types of scholarships to finance your study in Wageningen:
- Scholarships that are offered to selected candidates;
- Scholarships you can apply for yourself;
- Scholarships from other countries.
Below you will find an overview of the scholarships available 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. Please be aware that you have to submit your application to a Master's programme before the scholarship application deadline. Bear in mind that there are many more candidates for the various scholarships than there are places. Many candidates are therefore not offered a scholarship, even though they do meet the scholarship requirements.
With the WUFP Waiver Programme, Wageningen University & Research aims to attract talented international students from non-EEA countries by offering them financial support by means of waiving some or all of the tuition fees.
If possible, we try to combine the tuition fee waivers with co-financing from other organisations, like the Anne van den Ban Scholarship Fund, so that a (nearly) complete scholarship can be offered. It is not possible to apply directly for a WUFP waiver.
|For who||Students with a Non-EEA nationality (including Switzerland) and top talented students coming from high ranked institutions with a ranking comparable or higher than WU (Times Higher Education WUR ranking, QS ranking, Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU).|
|Selected students from developing countries in Africa, Latin America or Asia and/or from one of the priority countries: Russia, Turkey, Canada, United States, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, Mali, Mozambique.|
|Amount||Tuition fee waiver for 24 months.|
|Deadline for application||March 1st, 2021 Please visit ‘How to apply for a MSc programme?’|
|Granting||Done by the admission committees of the study programmes and the Wageningen University Fellowship Programme. Selection criteria are based on individual quality aspects and on strategic aspects. Use will be made of the MSc application file.|
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