University College Venlo Scholarship, Maastricht University
UCV offers financial support to five students enrolling in the bachelor’s programme Liberal Arts & Sciences (UCV) offered at Campus Venlo in February 2016. The scholarship is intended to offer talented students the opportunity to study at Maastricht University’s college in Venlo by reimbursing yearly tuition fees and compensating part of every day expenses.
Who is eligible?
The scholarship is meant for students from EU/EEA-countries, who are permitted to pay the Dutch statutory tuition fee and are in need of financial assistance to study abroad.
Students must have applied and be admissible for the Liberal Arts & Sciences programme at University College Venlo. Students must have an excellent profile for the programme, taking into account all elements of the application, e.g. grades, extracurricular activities and international outlook.
The scholarship amounts up to €12.000 per student, spread equally over 3 years and covering tuition fees and contributing towards additional living and study expenses. Upon acceptance, the scholarship is granted for the first year. To receive funds for each subsequent year, with a maximum of 3 years, students must meet the following performance requirements:
- Obtain at least 50 out of 60 ECTS each year
- Obtain a GPA of 7 each year
- Meet the attendance requirements
|Living expenses per month with a maximum of 12 months||€160||Arranged and paid by Scholarship Office|
|Refund of tuition fee|
Application & selection
Please download the application form. Applications must be send to email@example.com before 15 November 2015. University College Venlo will review and rank the application requests. Applicants will be informed about the selection as soon as possible.
For the scholarship assessment, University College Venlo takes all elements of the application into account, in particular financial circumstances and status of the home situation.
Be sure to check the scholarship terms and conditions before applying.
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