UFL Elisabeth Strouven Scholarship
The Elisabeth Strouven Fund has provided financial support to organisations and associations in and around Maastricht for more than 50 years.
This support has aided various initiatives designed to improve society. In addition to support of social and community projects, the fund also supports cultural initiatives and in 2017 they added a third initiative which supports nature conservation and nature development projects.
The UFL Elisabeth Strouven Scholarship offers €30,000. This allowance is a contribution towards your Master goals and includes costs of living, tuition fees, visas and insurance.
Who is eligible?
The Elisabeth Strouven scholarship is open to talented young students registered for the the Master in Global Health at Maastricht University (September 2019).
The Master in Global Health is an innovative, one-year English-language programme that addresses the complex relationships between health, healthcare, technology, international business, economic development, politics, the sociocultural environment and management on a global scale. Students and staff take part in both physical and virtual exchanges between the participating universities:
Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand
Manipal University in Manipal, India
McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
During a two-week Learning Symposium, all Global Health students come together – [possibly] in a developing country – to exchange ideas and experiences and to lay the groundwork for future collaboration.
Successful candidates must meet all application requirements. Prospective candidates must hold a passport from an emerging country in South America, Africa or Asia and meet the requirements for obtaining a Dutch visa (MVV residence permit).
We especially urge female candidates with a background in health sciences, healthcare policy, innovation and chronic care, to apply for this scholarship.
Amount of the scholarship
The €30,000 scholarship is a contribution towards your costs of living, the costs of tuition fees, visas and insurance for a maximum period of 13 months.
The scholarship starts and ends on the dates indicated in the award letter. See below for a breakdown of costs:
Candidates will be ranked according to educational degree of excellence and experiences. The board of The Elisabeth Strouven Foundation will make the final decision. Applicants will be notified of the decision in writing.
Please check the scholarship terms and conditions 2019/20 (available at the end of December 2019) before applying. Questions about the application and selection procedures? Please contact Ms. Lori Mees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarship awardees will receive more information about the UM Pre-Academic Training programme and arrival in Maastricht upon receiving their award letters. The UM Pre-Academic Training is a three-week mandatory component of the Elisabeth Strouven Scholarship. The Pre-Academic Training takes place in August 2019.
This opportunity has expired. It was originally published here: