Studying in The Netherlands is cool especially if it is under a scholarship program. But even at that, some students still prefer online master’s degree to the traditional on-campus program. This may be due to the flexible learning options which online universities offers to its learners online. Enrolling for a degree program online seems to be the trend these days because online universities now give their learners the chance to decide when to study.
This flexibility in learning lets learners to balance their work life and academic life. Everyone enjoys being given the time to look into their personal issues and matters relating to them. Most students enrolled in a traditional on-campus degree program don’t often have the time for family, and barely think of doing other things due to the busy academic schedule hindering them from doing all these.
These days, online universities do not offer only undergraduate degree courses; they have extended their arms to also offer online master’s degree and even doctoral degree. With this wide range of degree being offered online, students who are interested in studying online can now earn almost all their degree without stepping their foot into a campus to take lectures or whatever.
But sometimes, the tuition of these online institutions are very high that one would even prefer to study in a traditional campus. Plus, studying in a traditional campus will give learners the opportunity to travel and experience a new learning environment entirely. Speaking of traditional campus learning, some students often apply for scholarships which will be used to sponsor their education and sometimes, even provide them with daily living allowances. One of such scholarships is the Maastricht University Master’s Scholarship.
The institution is accepting application from international students who are not from Europe nor EEA and wishes to earn their master’s degree in The Netherlands.
There are faculties within which this scholarship is offered. They are as follows:Medicine and Life Sciences,Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Faculty of Health, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Humanities & Sciences, Faculty of Psychology & Neuroscience and School of Business and Economics.
Scholars will receive an amount worth up to €29,000. This includes monthly living allowances and waiver in their tuition fees.
Deadline for Application
February 1st 2018.
Number of Awardees
There are 24 full scholarships available for grab.
Eligibility of Applicants
- Applicants must meet the criteria for obtaining an entry visa and residence permit in the Netherlands.
- Applicants must have applied to study a full-time master’s degree course in any of the above listed faculties offered at Maastricht University.
- Applicants should not be over 35 years by September 1st
- Demonstrate excellent academic performance in your previous undergraduate degree institution.
How to Apply
First of all, register for the scholarship program here – https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/file/ssc-high-potential-scholarship-studieprogrammas
A student ID number will be given to you once you submit your application. You will not be able to submit your application twice so ensure that your details are correct.
The following documents should be submitted in .PDF, .doc, or .docx format: CV, Letter of Motivation, contact details of your referee, evidence of your academic excellence.
Get their application form here – https://intranet.maastrichtuniversity.nl/en/scholarship-application-form-2018-2019